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This Battery-Free Wireless Underwater Camera Could Help Reveal The Oceans’ Hidden Secrets

Tibi Puiu, ZME Science

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The Big Bang Should Have Made Cracks In Spacetime—Why Haven’t We Found Them?

Paul Sutter, ars Technica

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Electric Propulsion Of Spacecraft

Levchenko, Goebel & Bazaka, Physics Today

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Quantum Physics Could Finally Explain Consciousness, Scientists Say

Robert Lea, Popular Mechanics

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The Tonga Eruption May Have Spawned A Tsunami As Tall As the Statue Of Liberty

Sid Perkins, Sciencenews.org

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Contra-Rotating Floating Turbines Promise Unprecedented Scale And Power

Loz Blain, New Atlas

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How The Inside Of A Black Hole Is Secretly On the Outside

Ahmed Almheiri , Scientific American

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Exploring Baikal: The World’s Deepest And Oldest Lake

Tibi Puiu, ZME Science

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Massive Review Shows Vitamin D Really Does Seem To Ease Depressive Symptoms

David Nield, Science Alert

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What Is The Black Hole Information Paradox? A Primer

Scientific American

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A  New Power-Generating System Works Like A Jet Engine

Charlotte Hu. Popular Science

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James Webb Space Telescope Shows Big Bang Didn’t Happen? Wait…

Mind Mattters News

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Consciousness Mystery Could Be Solved By This Compelling New Physics Theory

Micah Hanks, The Debrief 

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Nuclear Power’s Biggest Problem Could Have A Small Solution

Rahul Rao, Popular Science

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Why Don't Some Tech Moguls Like Web3, The New Internet?

Mind Matters News

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Graphene Is A Nobel Prize-Winning “Wonder Material.” Graphyne Might Replace It

Sachin Rawat, Big Think

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Two New NASA Mars Ingenuity-Like Helicopters Will Launch As Part Of Martian Rock Sample Collection Efforts

Griffin Davis, Tech Times

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Enlightenment 2.0: We Need Another Age Of Reason To Save Our Civilization

Marcelo Gleiser, Big Think

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Radio Bursts From ‘Zombie’ Black Holes Excite Astronomers

Zack Savishy, science.org

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Mechanochemical Breakthrough Unlocks Cheap, Safe, Powdered Hydrogen

Loz Blain, New Atlas

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Sony’s Racing AI Destroyed Its Human Competitors By Being Nice (And Fast)

Will Douglass Heaven, MIT Technology Review

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This Luxury Solar Electric Car Could Go 7 Months Without Recharging

Kristen Houser, Big Think

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In Utah, Researchers Are Trying To Unlock Earth’s Heat And Make Geothermal Energy A Reality

Warren Cornwall, science.org

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James Webb Space Telescope Will Heat Up Studies Of Our Solar System's Ice Giants'

Elizabeth Howell, space.com

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Boeing Subsidiary To Build Two New Virgin Galactic Motherships

Simon Druker, UPI

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Engineers Designed Motorless Sailplanes That Could Soon Help Explore Mars

Loukia Papadopoulos, Interesting Engineering

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Cities Of the Future May Be Built With Algae-Grown Limestone

Kelsey Simpkins, CU Boulder

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How Many Oceans In The World Are There?

Tibi Puiu, ZME Science

 

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New Maps Of Asteroid Psyche Reveal An Ancient World Of Metal And Rock

Jennifer Chu, MIT

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The Multiverse Under Fire

Mihai Andrei, ZME Science

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Turns Out, Brain Scans Are Remarkably Good At Predicting Political Ideology

Alexis Papazoglou, IAI

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Elon Musk Reveals New Plans for Next-Gen Starlink, Starship To Deploy The Internet Satellites

April Fowell, Tech Times

 

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Solid-State Batteries For EVs Move A Step Closer To Production

Johnathan M. Gitlin, Ars Teechnica

 

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Could This Dry Battery System Be Elon Musk’s Next Big Thing?

Georg Mathisen, Science Norway

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Ask Ethan: Could Dark Matter Be Decaying… Into Dark Energy?

Ethan Siegal, Big Think

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Woman Missing Key Language Part Of Brain Scores 98% In Vocab Test

Mind Matter News

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'Something Weird' Is Going With Our Universe: Hubble Detects Changes In The Rate Of Expansion That Cannot Be Explained By Current Physics

Sam Tonkin, Daily Mail

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New Quantum Well Solar Cell Just Set A World Record For Efficiency

David Nield, Science Alert

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Long-Hypothesized 'Next Generation Wonder Material' Created For First Time

Cay Leytham, Boulder Unv., PHYORG

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Why Scientists Are Turning Molecules Into Music New Portable Desalination

Sofia Quaglia, Smithsonian

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Device From MIT Could Have Big Impacts On Global Water Shortage

Carly Cassella, The Debrief

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Mapping The Pacific's Busiest 'Blue Corridors' Could Help Us Save Fish Populations

Carly Cassella, Science Alert

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Algae Powered A Computer For More Than Six Months

Lauren Leffer, Gizmodo

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We’ve Found The Oldest Drug Wrappers Ever: 3,500-Year-Old Opium Jugs From Graves In Israel

Alexandru Micu, ZME Science

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JWST’s First Glimpses Of Early Galaxies Could Break Cosmology

Jonathan O’Callaghan, Scientific American 

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Four Things We’ve Learned About NASA’s Planned Base Camp On The Moon

Alex Fox, Smithsonian Magazine

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Black Hole Discovery Helps To Explain Quantum Nature Of The Cosmos

Jocelyn Solis-Moreira, Popular Science

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A Dried-Up Arm Of The Nile Provides Another Clue To How Egyptians Built The Pyramids

Jocelyn Solis-Moreira, Popular Science

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Breakthrough In Photosynthesis Boosts Plant Growth Up To 30%

B. David Zarley, Freethink

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3 Ancient Burials Hint At Multiple Migrations Of Ancient Humans Through Southeast Asia

Clare Watson , Science Alert

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The 50 Million-Year-Old Treasures Of Fossil Lake

Richard Conniff, Smithsonian 

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Plasma Reactors Could Create Oxygen On Mars

Jacklin Kwan, Science .org

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This Spine-Like Wave Energy Generator Claims To Beat Fossil Fuels On Price

Ameya Paleja, Intersting Engineering

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The Aerocon Wingship: 7 Stunning Images Of DARPA's ‘Huge' Answer To The Russian Ekranoplan

Christopher McFadden, Interesting Engineering

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Artificial Cornea Made From Pig Collagen Gives Legally Blind 20/20 Vision

Tibi Puiu, ZME Science

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Scientists Revive Human Retinas After Death

Tanya Lewis, Scientific American 

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Smart Lighting System Based On Quantum Dots More Accurately Reproduces Daylight

University Of Cambridge

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Vikings Did Reach North America A Thousand Years Ago — And Now We Know Exactly When

Mihai Andrei, ZME Science

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Experimental Zephyr Drone Sets New Record For Uncrewed Flight Duration

Brett Tingly, Space.com

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US Regulators Will Certify First Small Nuclear Reactor Design

John Timmer, Ars Technica 

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Footprints Of 88 Adults And Children Dating Back 12,000 Years To The ICE AGE Are Discovered In Salt Flats Of Utah Desert

Stacy Liberatore, DailyMail.com

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The Science Of Becoming “Interplanetary": How Can Humans Live In The Outer Solar System?

Matthew Williams, Interesting Egineering

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The World’s Biggest Vertical Farm Just Opened In Dubai

Vanessa Bates Ramirez, Singularity Hub

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Muons Spill Secrets About Earth’s Hidden Structures

Emily Conover, Science News

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CRISPR Cure For High Cholesterol Enters First Human Trial

Kristen Houser, Freethink

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Photos: How Pictures From The Webb Telescope Compare To Hubble’s

Denise Chow & Jiachuan Wu, NBC News

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Well-Preserved, 30,000-Year-Old Baby Woolly Mammoth Emerges From Yukon Permafrost

Diane Selkirk, Smithsonian Magazine

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Aliens Could Use Quantum Signals To Communicate With Earth

Martijn Boerkamp, Physics World

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A Revolutionary Solid-State Battery Is Nearly Here, Scientists Say

Eric Tegler, Popular Mechanics

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New Artificial Photosynthesis Method Grows Food With No Sunshine

Vanessa Bates Ramirez, Singularity Hub

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Is Dyslexia A Gift? Disorder Actually Helped Some Of History’s Greatest Minds Achieve Success

Study Finds, University of Cambridge

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New 3D Printing Technology Uses Sound Waves To Build Objects

Luana Steffen, Intelligent Science

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This Planetary Scientist Is Always Reaching For Something Big

Kristen French, Nautilus

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“Spooky” Quantum Biology Might Cause Your DNA To Mutate

Jenny Morber, Big Think

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Scientists Find Key Brain Abnormality That May Explain Why Some People Are Psychopaths

Tibi Puig, ZME Science

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The World's Largest Plant Is a 112-Mile-Long Seagrass In Australia

Derya Ozdemir, Interesting Engineering

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30-Second Deliveries? This Startup Wants to Build A Hyperloop For Packages

Vanessa Bates Ramirez, Singularity Hub

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Graphene ‘Drums’ Pick Up Vibrations From Individual Bacteria

Isabelle Dume, Physics World

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4D Composite Printing Could Improve The Wings Of Drones

Patrick Lejtenyi, Concordia University, TechXplore

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The Chase For Fusion Energy

Philip Ball, Nature

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Where Is Perseverance?

NASA

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Life In Balance: 45 Plants Showing Mother Nature’s Perfect Symmetry And Geometry

Giovanni DS, The Rocket Science

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Electric Eeels Inspired The First Battery Two Centuries Ago And Now Point A Way To Future Battery Technologies

Timothy J Jorgensen, The Conversation

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Here's What It Looks Like To Get Flung From A Centrifuge At 1,000 mph

Cal Jeffrey, Techspot

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Israeli And US Navy Lasers Successfully Shoot Down Drones, Rockets, Artillery

David Zarley, bigthink.com

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Starbase Setting the Stage For Ambitious 2022 Launch Campaign

NasaSpaceFlight

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Hearing Loss May Not Be A Problem Of The Future Thanks To The Therapy Developed By MIT Researchers

Kenna Castleberry, The Debrief

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Two Hundred Years Ago, The Rosetta Stone Unlocked The Secrets Of Ancient Egypt

Meilan Solly, Smithsonian

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For The First Time, Stainless Steel Can Be 3D-Printed While Maintaining Its Characteristics

Nergis Firtina, Interesting Engineering 

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New Breakthrough In Zero-Energy Technology Keeps Things Coll, With No Electricity Required

Micah Hanks, The Debrief

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The 20 Deepest Lakes In The World

Ashley Stimpson, Popular Mechanics 

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Perseverance Finds Organic Material In Rock Samples From Mars 

Alexandru Micu, ZME Science

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Engineered Dental Coating Exceeds Hardness Of Natural Tooth Enamel

Nick Lavars, New Atlas

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How Cameroon’s Biggest Lakes Exploded — And Killed 1,800 People

Tim Brinkhof, Big Think

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Europe Is Getting Serious About Making Space-Based Solar Power A Reality

Edd Gent, SingularityHub

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Is Ours One Of Few Working Universes Among Countless Flops?

Mind Matters

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Largest Dinosaur Skeleton In Europe Has Been Found In A Man’s Backyard

Technology.org

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Unconventional Water Sources May Be The Key To Powering America’s Lithium Energy Demands

University of Chicago

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Weird Creature With No Butt May Not Be Our Ancient Ancestor After All

Mike McRae,Science Alert

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Israeli Space-Tech Startup Can Now Locate Lithium Deposits On Earth

Zachy Hennessey, Jerusalem Post

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Nuclear Fusion Breakthrough Confirmed: California Team Achieved Ignition

Jess Thomson, Newsweek

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How Does Gravity Energy Storage Work?

Technology.org

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Backward Shockwaves From Deep Space Are Puzzling Scientists

Caroline Delbert, Popular Mechanics

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Scientists Use Shrimp Shell Waste To Make Stronger Concrete

Luana Steffen, Intelligent Living

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Ocean Discoveries Are Revising Long-Held Truths About Life

Timothy Shank, Scientific American

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Ice Age Kids Splashed And Played In Mud Puddles In Giant Sloth Footprints

Tibu Puiu, ZME Science

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Horizon Presents A 50% Scale Prototype Of Its Badass Cavorite X5 eVTOL

Loz Blain, New Atlas

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Time Isn’t Simply Just Another Dimension

Ethan Siegel, Big Think

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Lab-Grown Brains Are Closer Now. Should They Have Rights?

lMind Matter News

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Boom's Supersonic Aircraft Will Fly At 1,300 MPH With A Concorde-Like Look

Chris Young, Interesting Engineering

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Silk Offers An Alternative To Some Microplastics

David L. Chandler, MIT News

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The US Military Successfully Tests Two Hypersonic Weapons

Ameya Paleja, Interesting Engineering 

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Astronomers Detect A Radio “Heartbeat” Billions Of Light-Years From Earth

Jennifer Chu, MIT News

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Japan Proposes A Wild Concept For Making Artificial Gravity On The Moon

Jason Dorrier, Singularity Hub

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Mind-Bending Physics Reveals ElectronsL Trave In “Lanes” While Moving Along Quantum Wires​

Kenna Hughs- Castleberry, The Debrief

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Researchers Were Stunned By What They Recently  Found Deep Under Antarctica

Christopher Plain, The Debrief

 

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Surgeons Transplant 3-D-Printed Ear Made From Patient’s Own Cells

Elizabeth Gamillo, Smithsonian

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Electric ‘Seagliders’ May Soon Carry Passengers Between Hawaii’s Islands

Marcel Honre, Honolulu Civil Beat

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Scientists Have Created A Method To Prevent Deadly Infections Without Antibiotics

SciTechDaily, University of California

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Mach Nine Stargazer Spaceplane Is Finally Revealed 

Christopher Plain, The Debrief

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Pangaea Might Have Contributed To One Of The World's Worst Mass Extinctions

Christopher McFadden, Interesting Engineering

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With The Right Molecular Signal, A Cancer Drug Works In Every Patient

Matthew Harper, Stat

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These Sea ‘Squirts’ Could Reverse The Signs Of Aging: Study Researchers

Ben Cost, New York Post

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Achieve Mind Control Using Only Light"

Christopher Plain, The Debrief

 

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Newly Found Martian Auroras Defy Easy Explanation

Elizabeth Howell, Space.com

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These Early Humans Lived 300,000 Years Ago—But Had Modern Faces

Michael Gresko, National Geographic

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Nanoparticles In Fuel Could Boost Aircraft Efficiency

Physicsworld

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Remains Of Three Denisovans And One Neanderthal Are Uncovered Together In A Siberian Cave Dating Back 200,000 Years

Johnathan Chadwick, Daily Mail

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Planetary Scientists Are Starting To Get Stirred Up By Starship’s Potential

Eric Berger, arsTechnica

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Rocket Lab Unveils Details Of New Reusable Neutron Launcher

Loren Grush, The Verge

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Why “F = ma” Is The Most Important Equation In Physics

Ethan Siegel, bigthink.com

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Bone Disease Found In T-rex Jaw

Lauren Fuge,Cosmo

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Researchers Discover Another Way To Sequester Lead n Perovskite Solar Cells

Science Daily

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New Weapon Zaps UAS & Other Threats

Raytheon Intelligence and Space

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