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Just like that, Scholz had spotted a repeater. The discovery was "both amazing and terrifying."
Just like that Scholz had spotted a repeater The discovery was both

Inside the Hunt for the Source of a Mysterious Cosmic Burst

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04/29/2017 at 14:12. Facebook
Computer science is wondrous. The problem is that many people in Silicon Valley believe it's all that matters
Computer science is wondrous The problem is that many people in Silicon

Hey, Computer Scientists! Stop Hating on the Humanities

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04/29/2017 at 10:18. Facebook
Gerrymandering is complicated, but mathematicians could be on the path to solving it for good.
Gerrymandering is complicated but mathematicians could be on the path to solving

Gerrymandering Is Illegal, But Only Mathematicians Can Prove It

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04/29/2017 at 07:04. Facebook
She hurts constantly, but he never does. Together they may hold the key to ending pain forever.
She hurts constantly but he never does Together they may hold the

How a Single Gene Could Become a Volume Knob for Pain

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04/29/2017 at 00:58. Facebook
A massive mollusk mystery has finally become clear.
A massive mollusk mystery has finally become clear

The Mystery of the 5-Foot-Long Shipworm Just Got Stinkier

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04/28/2017 at 22:26. Facebook
Alzheimers can seem random, but knowing the risks can help.
Alzheimers can seem random but knowing the risks can help

When Is It Worth Worrying About Dementia?

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04/28/2017 at 19:26. Facebook
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04/27/2017 at 22:56. Facebook
From diabetic to bionic: America's type 1 diabetics don't have to wait much longer for the tech that could free them.
From diabetic to bionic Americas type 1 diabetics dont have to wait

Who’ll Be the First to Meld With the Machines? Diabetics

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04/27/2017 at 20:45. Facebook
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04/27/2017 at 18:09. Facebook
When 7 new exoplanets were discovered, NASA's visual artists had their work cut out for them.
When 7 new exoplanets were discovered NASAs visual artists had their work

How NASA Visualizes Stunning Worlds Without Really Seeing Them

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04/27/2017 at 02:23. Facebook
Brain balls are creepy, but critical to studying diseases in action.
Brain balls are creepy but critical to studying diseases in action

Scientists Brew Up the Creepiest Batches of Brain Balls Yet

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04/27/2017 at 00:13. Facebook
Every time a new exoplanet is discovered, the announcement is accompanied by an artist’s rendering of that world. When scientists recently discovered the seven exoplanets of Trappist-1, NASA's visual artists had their work cut out for them.
Law of Attraction - Ask, Believe, Receive
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04/27/2017 at 00:13. Facebook
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04/27/2017 at 00:11. Facebook
Planetary scientists have deliberated over where to land NASA’s rover for years, but are now close to a verdict.
Planetary scientists have deliberated over where to land NASAs rover for years

The Best Map Yet of Northeast Syrtis, a Promising Landing Site for NASA's Mars 2020 Rover

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04/26/2017 at 23:13. Facebook
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04/26/2017 at 22:07. Facebook
Everyone knows humans came to North America 13,000 years ago. But did they?
Everyone knows humans came to North America 13000 years ago But did they

A 130,000-Year-Old Mastodon Threatens to Upend Human History

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04/26/2017 at 19:57. Facebook
Find out if your money is going to the right places, and nag irresponsible companies, from one clever app.
Find out if your money is going to the right places and

Measure your impact on the world and other people from your bank account

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04/26/2017 at 01:47. Facebook
In the near future, you could have a robot as a colleague. Here are a few things that will need to be worked out between now and then.
In the near future you could have a robot as a colleague

4 Things Robots Need to Learn Before Working With Humans

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04/26/2017 at 00:02. Facebook
In the not too distant future, a robot could be working right beside you. Researchers at UC Berkeley are working on solving four fascinating problems with human-robot interactions that we'll need to know.

And yes, there's a robot that can hand you a beer.
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