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Their vision, called Autonomics, pictures a new nomadic life on wheels where phones become permanent addresses.

In the Future, We Might Live in Roaming Autonomous Cars

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today at 11:10. Facebook
Skin can bend and stretch but why doesn't it tear?

Here's Why Your Skin Doesn't Rip Easily

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today at 10:10. Facebook
They feel no pain, can move their teeth, and almost never get cancer.

Why Did Naked Mole Rats Evolve To Be So Awesome?!

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today at 09:10. Facebook
Their vision, called Autonomics, pictures a new nomadic life on wheels where phones become permanent addresses.

In the Future, We Might Live in Roaming Autonomous Cars

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today at 08:09. Facebook
With the world still reeling from outbreaks of deadly Ebola and baby-deforming Zika, governments and charities launched a $460-million (431 million-euro) initiative Thursday to "outsmart" infectious epidemics.

These Three Diseases Could Be the Next Global Epidemic

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today at 07:08. Facebook
Their bat observations yielded recordings of some 15,000 vocalization and there was in fact a great deal of significance to the sounds.

We’re Starting to Understand What Bats Are Saying

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today at 06:07. Facebook
That pine fresh scent in the air actually smells like the future of plastics.

Renewable Plastic Can Be Created From Pine Needle Waste

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today at 05:07. Facebook
Scientists have estimated the weight of all of the structures, products and waste that humans have created.

Our ‘Technosphere’: 30 Trillion Tons of Man-Made Stuff

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today at 04:04. Facebook
China has boosted imports of Mexican avocados, but will it be enough to reverse the economic damage of a potential Trump tax on Mexican goods?

Trump's Mexico Tariff Could Re-Route Avocados to China

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today at 03:02. Facebook
What are the most and least educated states in the United States?

These Are the Most and Least Educated States in the US

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today at 01:56. Facebook
What if there was a way to bottle summer and use the heat to offset the cold during winter?

New Technology Bottles Up Summer Heat for Winter Use

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today at 00:51. Facebook
Does space travel have detrimental effects on eyesight?

Could Space Travel Make You Go Blind?

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today at 00:15. Facebook
Does the sound of someone chewing drive you crazy?
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The model, which will peer farther back in time than the Hubble Space Telescope, is 20 months away from launch.

Who Will Get First Dibs on the Powerful James Webb Space Telescope?

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yesterday at 22:46. Facebook
The consequences of breaking the sound barrier.

What Happens When You Break the Sound Barrier?

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yesterday at 21:44. Facebook
In some of the most remote locations of the world, technology exists in a kind of twisting time warp.

Solar Microgrids and Mobile Phones Help Bring Electricity to Rural Kenyans

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A prototype space-based gravitational wave detector performed far better than expected during its trial run.

We're on the Verge of a Gravitational Wave Astronomy Boom

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yesterday at 19:48. Facebook
The gas, nitrogen trifluoride, or NF3, is a key chemical agent used to manufacture solar panels.

A Potent Greenhouse Gas Used to Make Solar Panels Is on the Rise

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yesterday at 19:11. Facebook
Do drugs and alcohol actually boost our creativity?

Alcohol vs. Weed: Which Makes You More Creative?

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