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    When Russia got two competing designs for an attack helicopter, the country did something very unusual from a U.S. Department of Defense perspective: It adopted one right…

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    Cornell University researchers are coming for you, Internet trolls. After an 18-month study of banned commenters on cnn.com, breitbart.com and ign.com, three researchers…

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    Again and again these days, we’re seeing evidence that our solar system is awash in H2O. Now, after numerous major revelations of liquid oceans throughout our celestial…

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    4:30 p.m. And the launch has been put on hold. Weather violations make this a no go for today. You got to have perfect conditions for these missions, folks. 4:27 p.m.: The…

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    In this eight-second clip, a sword-fighting robot successfully parries a human attacker. Both are wielding foam swords, which is a good safety practice and makes them look…

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    In terms of hardware, function, and ability, a simple enough commercial drone is often little more than a cell phone with wings (or rotors, as the case may be). Small…

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    If you take Tylenol to ease your pain, you might actually be experiencing an unexpected side effect: apathy. New research shows that acetaminophen, the main ingredient in…

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    A small but disturbing study published last summer found that vaping indoors--even in a well-ventilated room--releases ultrafine particles and potentially carcinogenic…

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    In April 1956, Popular Science told readers how to modernize homes with bleeding-edge technology. The mark of a great home, we noted, “is not its size or shape or color,…

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  • 04/14/15--12:43: The 2015 Invention Awards
  • Every year, the Popular Science Invention Awards celebrates 10 scrappy inventions designed to solve real problems. To find the winners of the ninth annual awards, we reviewed…

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    The 2011 MasterChef champion Tim Anderson has a new apprentice--a robo-chef. “It’s the ultimate sous-chef,” Anderson told BBC News. “You tell it to do something--whether…

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  • 04/14/15--12:46: A Wearable Pollution Monitor
  • 2015 Invention Award Winner Category: Wearables Inventors: Kevin R. Hart and Laura Moe Company: TZOA Wearables Invention: TZOA Development

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    The only bad thing about the frigid chill of winter getting lifted off the northern hemisphere is that the long warm days herald the arrival of blood-sucking demons sent…

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    Another update from Elon. Looks like the company is making progress! The rocket did, in fact, land. Musk says we'll have only pictures for now, but video will be posted in a…

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    Drones are not really known for their amphibiosity. Most quadcopters handle water so poorly that their pilots will dive into canals to save them. Waterproof drones are…

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    The Android 5.0 Lollipop already lets you skip the traditional lock screen via Trusted Face, which uses facial recognition to make sure you're you, or if you’re connected…

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    After SpaceX’s routine Falcon 9 launch to the International Space Station yesterday afternoon, the company took a stab at the extraordinary. They tried to land the main…

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    Sometimes for fun I'll watch a movie, or if I'm feeling industrious maybe I'll knit a scarf. When you're a physicist at CERN, the things you do for fun are apparently a…

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    Whether it’s a nervous habit or done just by accident, most people crack their knuckles every once in a while. But the reason why joints crack at all (and the long-term…

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