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    New classes of vehicle don’t come along all that often, which is why the Polaris Slingshot stands out among this year’s launches. The three-wheeled moto roadster draws from…

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    This past February, the United Kingdom became the first country to legalize mitochondrial replacement therapy (MRT), also known as mitochondrial DNA replacement, which can…

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    Our beloved Moon, often the staple of a peaceful and tranquil nighttime scene, has a pretty violent origin story. In 1970, researchers proposed the “giant impact”…

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    Innumerable children have gone through the same devastating ordeal time and time again: buy a goldfish, only to have it die shortly thereafter. But it turns out that a few…

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    In this video, a quadcopter piloted by the crew at Drone Adventures takes a leisurely approach to the 1,053-foot-tall Burj Al-Arab, and then gently arrives at the helipad. It’s no eagle flying from the world’s tallest building, but it’s nice to know that even one of the world’s strangest wedding venues isn’t free from drones. Watch it below:…

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    NASA has a bug problem. While cars on long road trips might suffer from bug guts on the windshield, bugs also splatter on aircraft wings during flight. This can interrupt…

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    Instead of tilting at windmills, how about living in one? The Dutch Windwheel is a giant proposed wind turbine for the city of Rotterdam in the Netherlands, which will…

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    252 million years ago, massive volcanic eruptions sent a vast amount of lava flowing out onto the earth, and spewed huge amounts of carbon dioxide into the air, chemically…

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    Apollo 13 was famously crippled by an explosion on its way to the Moon, but how did it launch with a faulty oxygen tank in the first place?

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  • 04/10/15--09:00: Why Are Allergies A Thing?
  • Even if you don’t have allergies, you probably know some of their telltale signs. On the mild end, there’s sneezing, red eyes, vomiting, upset stomach, itchy rashes, and…

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    Scientists have pinpointed the origins of the meteorite, Annama, that streaked across the Russian sky last April in a beautiful fireball. The path the meteorite took to…

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    Obesity has been linked to a huge number of health conditions, such as diabetes, various types of cancer, and diseases of the heart and liver. But according to a new study,…

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    The membrane is a really important part of a cell—it keeps the organelles and useful chemicals in, and other things out. But the membrane also needs to be selectively…

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    In Alex Garland's screenplay for 28 Days Later, he envisioned a future in which a manmade blood-borne virus turned most of the human population into crazed zombies. And…

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    If you could find out your baby’s future health problems right after he or she was born, would you want to know? Some new parents will get to make that decision soon. This…

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    You probably get a lot of emails. Heck, maybe someone even sent you this article in an email. And you have likely developed a systematic approach to dealing with this…

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    War takes a toll. And in Washington, former warships may take a toll as well--from drivers and motorists. As part of the state highway budget passed yesterday, Washington…

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    The Falcon 9 rocket is at its launch pad at the Cape Canaveral Air Station in Florida. Its companion, the autonomous floating barge ship "Just Read The Instructions," is in its more or less stable catching position in the Atlantic Ocean. Yes, it’s time for another SpaceX rocket landing attempt, and excitement is high that this time the company will stick the touchdown. So far, the Falcon 9 is scheduled to take off at 4:33 p.m. Eastern Time this afternoon. The launch will be SpaceX’s sixth commercial resupply mission for NASA, in which the company is helping to send a number of much needed…

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    In London, Daniel Blau Gallery is hosting an exhibition of photographs taken on NASA space explorations. The exhibit, called “Apollo 8 x 10,” will be on view from April 10…

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    In Houston, there lives a dragon. Strong of spirit, species of komodo, this dragon was also weak of body. After spotting Smaug walking in an unusual manner, zookeepers made…

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