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    Albert Settings Screen

    Converting docs into virtual assistants isn't quite the singularity, yet

    Albert is a bot-creating tool that turns docs into bots. Read on.

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    Kids Science Kits

    Kits to get them hooked.

    12 awesome kits to get your kids hooked on science. Read on.

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    Even if you don't buy the fake pharmaceuticals yourself

    Poor quality and outright fake medicines are a serious public health threat. Read on.

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    Molds

    It probably saved your life

    You probably owe your life to fungus. And someone just paid almost $15K for it. But it might not be the original.

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    These 208 minerals were all caused by human activities

    Minerals are tricky things. We just made it even more difficult.

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    The data must flow

    Your phone data allowance can disappear very quickly thanks to today's data-hungry apps, but there are some simple ways of putting up limits on your phone or tablet.

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    The power they would provide isn't worth the effort

    Electricity-generating rain gutters are possible, yes. But effective? Not so much.

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    Rest in peace, big guys

    A new study documents the woolly mammoth's final somber centuries in isolation and the devastating “genomic meltdown” that killed the species off for good.

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    A micrometer robot at rest and activated

    Micrometer machines

    This tiny robot flails around like an amoeba. Check it out.

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    If it works in humans, anyway

    A group of researchers have developed a new opioid pain medicine that selectively targets inflamed tissues only. Read on.

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    Amazon Echo in kitchen

    An upcoming court case could determine the sanctity of what is said between a person and a bot in a home

    Amazon doesn't need to, but in a recent court case it makes a broad argument for the privacy of conversations with robots. Read on.

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    Amazon and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos

    Blue Origin could bring Bezos's shipping empire to deep space

    Although the details of the proposal have not been released to the public, here's what we know.

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    They may get less shut-eye than any other mammal

    Wild elephants can’t be bothered with sleep. A new study suggests that they may sleep less than any other mammal, snoozing for around two hours night.

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    It's cheaper and sturdier than the store-bought kind

    With limited options in the store, my husband and I set out to build our own cat scratching post.

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    data storage

    Researchers stored an operating system and a short movie on DNA

    With a special coding technique, DNA data storage is 60% more efficient and is quite robust.

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    Newsworthy eye candy

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

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    Nature is wild

    Here are some of their best shots of wildlife in honor of World Wildlife Day.

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    With the right sensor, this could soon be a thing

    An app alone can’t test water, but a sensor connected to it can. And the key bacterium to check for is E. coli.

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    Stuhrling Original Classic Cuvette Wrist Watch

    It's time.

    A sweet classy watch for 79 percent off? I'd buy it. Read on.

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    EPA are we better off?

    The EPA used to enjoy bipartisan support

    The EPA wasn’t always divided along party lines. Here’s how that changed, and why you should care.

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