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    Just before sodium and water react, spikes of sodium metal shoot out into the water, a team of chemists discovered.

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    YouTube is putting another nail in Adobe Flash's coffin as it switches to streaming HTML5 video by default in most modern browsers.

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    A new study challenges earlier theories of how some species of Caribbean bats died out.

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  • In the 2002 movie Minority Report, Tom Cruise plays with a futuristic computer like a maestro. With a flick of his wrist, data moves from one screen to the next, and a…

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    Townes' science achievements are evident from how frequently he shows up Popular Science's archives.

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    DALER is a flying wing that swoops like a bat in the sky, and wobbles forward like a bat on the ground. Created by Ludovic Daler, the Deployable Air-Land Exploration Robot…

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    One 3D artist has created an impressive photorealistic computer rendering of a surprisingly mundane subject: a Paris apartment.

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    The rings of Saturn are one of our most instantly recognizable images of outer space, but those beautiful rings of rock and dust now have some competition. In a paper that…

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    The CZ-7 is one of China's next big rockets, and engineers are putting it together for China's big space future.

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    This winter, a biotechnology company began offering a whole new service to police departments.

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    Every day, people find new places where they shouldn’t fly drones. Earlier this week, it was the White House grounds. Before that, a meth-smuggling remote control copter…

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    In 2010, Microsoft popularized gesture controls with the release of the Kinect. In its first 60 days on sale, the device sold 133,000 units per day, a Guinness World…

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    To improve themselves, a growing number of people are going beyond meditation or exercise. These brave pioneers are trying to hack their bodies with bacteria, special diets,…

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    Think about a series of numbers, 1 through 10. Chances are, you imagined the numerals in a line, in increasing order from left to right. That's the effect of your mental…

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    Last week, after the New England Patriots destroyed the Indianapolis Colts by a whopping 38 points, the Colts accused their opponents of under-inflating footballs. Thus…

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    The happiest place on Earth isn't so cheerful these days. In December, a large number of people started coming down with measles after visiting Disneyland in California.

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    Since the dawn of the jet age, military planners and industrialists have grouped the fighters borne forth from their iron loins into generations. Borrowing the term from…

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    Your monthly roundup of infestations, contagions, and controls from around the web: In outbreak news A measles outbreak at Disneyland has now infected a reported 100 peoplein several US states—mostly California—as well as in Mexico. Some experts say the spread is directly related to the anti-vaccine movement, although others point out that it’s a little more complicated. And Vox has a great piece explaining the nuances of recent measles outbreaks across the U.S. Meanwhile, Ebola cases are thankfully dropping in West Africa. Earlier this month, Thomas Frieden, the director of the Centers…

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    A few weeks ago, we wrote about an experiment that would launch a probe through an aurora, to try to unravel the Northern Lights' mysterious electrical structure. The…

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    Spider silk is legendarily strong and light. So much so, that researchers are incorporating (or, at least, attempting to incorporate) variations of the material into…

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