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What happens now we've found the site of the lost Australian freighter SS Iron Crown, sunk in WWII
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A Neanderthal tooth discovered in Serbia reveals human migration history
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Digital cathedrals: bringing Notre-Dame de Paris back to life
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Understanding the periodic table through the lens of the volatile Group I metals
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Synthesizing Modified and Pharmaceutically Relevant Peptides
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First marsquake detected by NASA’s InSight mission
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Water walking—the new mode of rock skipping
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Controlling instabilities gives closer look at chemistry from hypersonic vehicles
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NASA catches formation of Tropical Cyclone Kenneth near Aldabra
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Researchers create artificial mother-of-pearl using bacteria
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Scientists create first billion-atom biomolecular simulation
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How an obscure sexually transmitted parasite tangoes with the immune system
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Toshiba's breakthrough algorithm realizes world's fastest, largest-scale combinatorial optimization
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Smart cities: The promises and failures of utopian technological planning
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Smart cities: The promises and failures of utopian technological planning
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Toshiba's breakthrough algorithm realizes world's fastest, largest-scale combinatorial optimization
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Earth vs. asteroids: humans strike back
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To save life on Earth, here's the $100 billion-a-year solution
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How NASA Earth data aids America, state by state
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Successful tests of a cooler way to transport electricity
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Key research takeaways from ECCMID 2019
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Video: Soon, kidneys-on-a-chip will rocket to space station
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Hubble celebrates its 29th birthday with unrivaled view of the Southern Crab Nebula
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Video: Is it really 'dry clean only'?
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New carbon dioxide capture technology is not the magic bullet against climate change
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Researchers develop new platform that recreates cancer in a dish to quickly determine the best bacterial therapy
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These beetles have successfully freeloaded for 100 million years
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How the social lives of animals should form part of our conservation culture
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Dead pig brains bathed in artificial fluid showed signs of cellular life
SCIENCE-NEWS
Sea creatures store carbon in the ocean – could protecting them help slow climate change?
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Robots that can sort recycling
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New study helps decode the movement patterns of tsunami-like solitary waves
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Deep sea scientist breaks British depth record
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New study helps decode the movement patterns of tsunami-like solitary waves
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Men who have a resting heart rate of 75 bpm are twice as likely to die early
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NASA wants to send a low-cost mission to explore Neptune's moon Triton
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Pacific island cities call for a rethink of climate resilience for the most vulnerable
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NASA wants to send a low-cost mission to explore Neptune's moon Triton
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Study tests high-tech, non-pharmaceutical way to address ADHD and distractibility
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Smart antioxidant-containing polymer responds to body chemistry, environment
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Boeing crashes and Uber collision show passenger safety relies on corporate promises, not regulators' tests
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Employing 3-D coral reef remote sensing to predict fish biomass
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Flying cars: Automating the skies means playing with our lives
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New study finds simple way to inoculate teens against junk food marketing
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These suicidal aphids repair their home with their own bodily fluids
Science Magazine
Meteoroid strikes eject precious water from moon
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Top EPA advisers challenge long-standing air pollution science, threatening Americans' health
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Tip the planet: Tackling climate change with small, sensitive interventions
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Faster, more accurate diagnoses: Healthcare applications of AI research
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A new bacteria-killing weapon in the fight against antibiotic resistance
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Medical News Today: 'Empathetic technology': Can devices know what you're feeling?
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Lego Unveils New Darth Vader Building Set for Star Wars Celebration
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ESA
Why the Great Plains has such epic weather
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Flying cars could cut emissions, replace planes, and free up roads – but not soon enough
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A user's guide to self-driving cars
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Flying cars could cut emissions, replace planes, and free up roads – but not soon enough
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Major geological survey hopes to make Indonesia more resistant to deadly tsunamis
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Research provides speed boost to quantum computers
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New imaging technique reveals 'burst' of activity before cell death
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Video: The chemistry behind different tea flavors
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New research adds to work of Prandtl, father of modern aerodynamics
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George Monbiot Q + A – How rejuvenating nature could help fight climate change
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Observing the invisible: The long journey to the first image of a black hole
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New microscopy method provides more details about nanocomposites
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Researchers charge ahead on battery storage
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Attention skills in a nonhuman cooperative breeding species
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Attention skills in a nonhuman cooperative breeding species
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Robots to the rescue of the Great Barrier Reef
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New species of early human found in the Philippines
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How scientists took the first picture of a black hole
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A Black Hole Is Photographed For First Time By Massive Telescope Project
NPR
When people downsize to tiny houses, they adopt more environmentally friendly lifestyles
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NASA's OCO-3 measures how plants grow—and glow
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New model accurately predicts harmful space weather
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Industrial 3D printing goes skateboarding
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Cell death may be triggered by 'hit-and-run' interaction
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Driving force of volcanic super-hazards uncovered
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Porcupine Barbs For Better Wound Healing
NPR
New quick-fix wrap can repair and reinforce existing structures
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Fireworks of blue lightning and gamma rays above thunderclouds
ESA
Calm your restless legs with a solution from space
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'Alien' Lights in Norway Were a NASA Test, Not an Extraterrestrial Visit
SPACE.COM
In cellular world, strong relationships the key to healing old wounds
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Cold plasma can kill 99.9% of airborne viruses, study shows
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Robots created with 3D printers could be caring for those in golden years
SCIENCE DAILY
Pipettes of the Future: Automation for Acceleration
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