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NASA has successfully created the first 3D printed object in space

17m ago - Slipping the bonds of gravity is not cheap, so NASA has to account for every bit of mass it sends... | Culture
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Three quarters of Britons consider internet access a 'human right'

10h ago - There is overwhelming public support for the idea that access to the Internet should be a human r... | Culture
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The Matrix Metaphor of the Deep Web

10h ago - If you have ever been on the Deep Web, you already know it’s a crazy place. It’s notorious for it... | Culture
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Why the FBI can never regulate online Drug Trade through the Darknet

10h ago - For every “major victory” the government seems to gain in the battle against drug trade in the on... | Culture
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Harvard researchers have successfully created human pain in a petri dish

10h ago - It’s not easy to develop new treatments for a disease. In fact, many of the things doctors try ne... | Culture
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What I Learned From Building An App For Low-Income Americans

1d 15h ago - I was lost in the Bronx. It was my first week as a Significance Labs Fellow, where my job was to... | Culture
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Social media causes grave damage and must be regulated

2d ago - Bullying unacceptable at home or in school but fine on social media, writes Chris Johns In th... | Culture
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Google to launch Time Square's largest interactive billboard ever

3d ago - There is only one Times Square, New York, the place where the world rings in the new year, and no... | Culture
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UK Uses Kickstarter to Fund Moon Mission

3d ago - Lunar Mission One, which was announced last week at the Royal Society in London, will be the UK’s... | Culture
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Best gifts for her: Treat your wife or girlfriend for Christmas 2014

3d ago - If you are looking for the best gift ideas for the woman in your life, look no further. Whether y... | Culture
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Dislike That Computer Engineer Barbie Book? This Tool Lets You Rewrite It

3d ago - The short version: Mattel publishes a “I Can Be A Computer Engineer” Barbie book. Seemingly inten... | Culture
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NASA's Swift Mission Probes an Exotic Object: ‘Kicked’ Black Hole or Mega Star?

3d ago - An international team of researchers analyzing decades of observations from many facilities, incl... | Culture

Wet Wet Wet: The best ways to listen to music in your bathroom

4d ago - TechRadar - The ablutions that begin each day are dull and lifeless, while bathing in silence is... | Culture
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Inhabitat's Week in Green: magnetic hoverboard, cardboard robots and a Toyota Prius camper

4d ago - Engadget - The Los Angeles Auto Show kicked off last week, and Inhabitat was on the scene to brin... | Culture
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This FCC Commissioner Did A Reddit Chat. It Did Not Go Well.

4d ago - Huffington Post: On Friday, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Commissioner Mignon Clyburn t... | Culture
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The Plan to Turn NYC's Old Payphones Into Free Gigabit Wi-Fi Hot Spots

4d ago - Today, the New York City mayor's office announced the winning bid to transform the city's existin... | Culture
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Lost languages leave traces on the brain

4d ago - Our brains start soaking in details from the languages around us from the moment we can hear them... | Culture
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Looking for a different sort of dark matter with GPS satellites

4d ago - We still don’t know what dark matter is. The most widely accepted possibility is Weakly Interacti... | Culture
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Feminist Hacker Barbie Is Just What Our Little Girls Need

4d ago - There’s an illustrated book called “Barbie: I Can be a Computer Engineer,” and everyone we know h... | Culture
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Super Sophisticated Malware "Regin" has been Spying on Users for Years

4d ago - Symantec has released a report on a malware under the name of “Regin”. This malware has been onli... | Culture
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NASA's Swift mission probes an exotic object: 'Kicked' black hole or mega star?

5d ago - An international team of researchers analyzing decades of observations from many facilities, incl... | Culture

Here ego again.

5d ago - Medium - Maybe it’s the fact that I have to wade through all the technorati tweets about “#Uberga... | Culture

Every Black Friday tech deal we've found

5d ago - Cnet - We're tracking all the tech deals you'll want to know about for Black Friday this year. Ke... | Culture
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VetiGel, A Plant-Based Gel That Can Stop Bleeding in 20 Seconds When Applied to a Wound

5d ago - VetiGel is a gel created by Brooklyn-based biotech startup Suneris that is made from plant-based... | Culture
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Harvard Scientists Say It's Time to Think About Engineering the Climate

5d ago - There's ​a black sheep Plan B that some top tier scientists have been investigating to fight glob... | Culture
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