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    The hallucinogen helped patients accept death and embrace life

    The past few years have seen marijuana become more accepted within the medical community as an increasingly useful pain treatment. But marijuana isn’t alone. Groups of…

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    Infected apps reach an estimated 13,000 new devices every day

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    A Consumer Product Safety Commission ruling has been overturned, allowing the magnetic desk toy's manufacturer to resume selling it.

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    For the friend whose life is a Pinterest board

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    Who says AI can’t spot fake news?

    News Tracer, a new AI tool in the Reuters newsroom, is trained to spot real news from the Twitter minefield.

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    You might think you support equality, but your subconscious has other ideas

    What exactly is unconscious gender bias and why do we have it?

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    Naming new worlds is a confusing mess

    As more planets are discovered beyond our solar system, they all need names. But they usually end up with several, leading to a jumbled mess.

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    A mouse study suggests the brain disease may have ties to the gut

    A new study out this week in the journal Cell, researchers found that changes in the amount and type of microbes in a person’s gut may be involved in determining whether…

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    Sydney Grammar School Chemistry Students

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    Our favorite science images of the week

    Our favorite images from this week in science, health, and technology news.

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    Ocean-bound entrepreneur envisions ecological restoration and economic revival.

    American entrepreneur Bren Smith says he can feed the world with an area roughly the size of Washington State. And he wouldn’t need one inch of farmland to do it.

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    During a meeting last week, ESA's member states agreed to cough up $464 million to try to land the ExoMars rover on the red planet in 2021.

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    Amazon Go Shopper

    A completely frictionless (and perhaps somewhat dystopian) shopping experience.

    The Amazon Go brick-and-mortar store uses technology to make an effortless shopping experience and probably employ fewer people.

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    Headlines might make it sound like huge snow dumps on Hawaii are a rare and unusual occurrence, but they're just playing into your assumptions about how the cold stuff…

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    Is there any reason to freeze your body after death?

    Will we ever be able to bring cryogenically frozen corpses back to life? A cryobiologist explains…

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    Lonely Whale episode 12 Future First

    Adrian Grenier teams up with the Lonely Whale Foundation to create a 4D experience

    Popular Science and XPRIZE are teaming up to explore and explain technologies that make us say "The Future Is Now" in a video series called Future First.

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