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​Scientists Use Robotic Laser Adaptive Optic System To Explore Exoplanets

14d ago - As per a study published in the Astrophysical Journal Letters, Astronomers have revealed that wit... | Culture
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10 questions about Nasa's 'impossible' space drive answered

14d ago - Wired.co.uk's piece last week about Nasa's test of a new type of space drive triggered a tsunami... | Culture
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MIT creates magnetic microhair that lets water defy gravity

14d ago - Researchers have created an elastic material bristling with microscopic strands of nickel that ca... | Culture
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Hubble discovers 'zombie star' haunting the universe

14d ago - Astronomers discover what could be a supernova survivor, a white dwarf star that may have defied... | Culture
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Today’s WTF moment: IBM’s TrueNorth superprocessor copies human brain, ushers in robot apocalypse

14d ago - Creating a synthetic brain has long been the stuff of engineering fantasy and steep scientific ch... | Culture
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Experts weigh in on the coming robot takeover

14d ago - If you're reading this, you're probably familiar with the debate over whether a robot will take y... | Culture
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Russians Mock Obama With Racist Laser Projection On Former U.S. Embassy In Moscow

14d ago - President Barack Obama received birthday greetings from around the world when he turned 53 years... | Culture
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California Assembly OKs smartphone 'kill switch' bill

14d ago - A bill requiring "kill switches" in all new California smartphones in an effort to cut down on th... | Culture
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The Surface Of A Comet Seen Up Close For The First Time Ever

15d ago - The spacecraft Rosetta is now orbiting the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. It's taking some amaz... | Culture
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Ancient Worms May Have Saved Life On Earth 530 Million Years Ago

15d ago - About 2.5 billion years ago, microbes began making a poison that would cause one of the largest m... | Culture
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Sproutling's new wearable tracks your infant's sleep patterns

15d ago - Baby wearables. With the boom in fitness trackers, you must've seen them coming, right? Now, a pa... | Culture
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Somebody Crashed A Drone Into Yellowstone's Hot Springs

15d ago - If you're going to roundly ignore the ban on drones in America's national parks, then indeed you... | Culture
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If Schools Don't Change, Robots Will Bring On a 'Permanent Underclass': Report

15d ago - Robots are taking all the jobs. But are we, the average, moderately skilled humans, screwed, or a... | Culture
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What It's Like Inside The Isolation Wards That Keep Us Safe From Ebola

15d ago - Ebola has officially made it to the U.S., and there is still absolutely no reason to freak out. T... | Culture
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Old Cigarette Butts Can Be Used As Material For Supercapacitors

15d ago - The world has too many nasty old cigarette butts. On the other hand, the world could use some sup... | Culture
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Police Arrest Operator Of Torrent Site Proxies

16d ago - With help from Hollywood, City of London Police have arrested the alleged operator of Immunicity... | Culture
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Obama on net neutrality: My administration is against Internet fast lanes

16d ago - The last time President Obama weighed in on net neutrality, it was to offer a vague, tepid respon... | Culture
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How Hackable Is Your Car? Consult This Handy Chart

16d ago - Last year, when hackers Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek showed they could hijack the steering an... | Culture
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Neuroscientist launches new app designed to make people happy

16d ago - Using his research into how human perception works, Neuroscientist Beau Lotto and a team of desig... | Culture
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Tell someone how you really feel, anonymously with Leak

16d ago - Here's a new web app you can use to anonymously email anyone! I tried it, here's what I think abo... | Culture
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Leap introduces LeapBand: the first wearable fitness tracker for kids

16d ago - Leap's made the LeapBand, a wearable fitness tracker for children. And it's pretty cool. | Culture
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NASA Confirms "Impossible" Propellant-free Microwave Thruster for Spacecraft Works!

16d ago - Designs for a device called a microwave thruster, which could power spacecraft without the need f... | Culture
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Experimental drug likely saved Ebola patients

16d ago - Three vials containing an experimental drug stored at subzero temperatures were flown into Liberi... | Culture
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NASA Mars Curiosity Rover: Two Years and Counting on Red Planet

16d ago - During its first year of operations, the Curiosity rover fulfilled its major science goal of dete... | Culture
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Algorithm Recovers Speech with Potato Chip Bag, Soundproof Glass

16d ago - Researchers at MIT, Microsoft and Adobe have developed an algorithm that can reconstruct an audio... | Culture

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