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    The end-of-week dispatch from PopSci's commerce editor. Vol. 55.

    My job is to find cool stuff. Throughout the week I spend hours scouring the web for things that are ingenious or clever or ridiculously cheap.

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    The Tower of Voices

    After centuries of silent designs, architects are designing for the ear, too.

    After centuries of silent designs, the architects of two major 9/11 memorial sites have settled on sound.

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    Jocelyn Bell Burnell

    And she's giving it all away.

    Around 50 years ago, Jocelyn Bell Burnell discovered pulsars—but the Nobel Prize committee awarded her male supervisor for the find. She doesn't mind.

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    And this problem isn't unique to Texas.

    A new study finds E. coli, Salmonella and other pathogens thrived in Houston floodwaters after Hurricane Harvey.

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    sahara

    To green or not to green?

    Some see the Sahara as a potential solution to a looming energy crisis, and one that could potentially make it rain in one of the largest deserts in the world.

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    a hexagon-shaped cloud system on saturn

    Saturn's northern pole is home to a six-sided feature that mystifies scientists.

    The planet Saturn's northern pole has a beautiful—and mysterious—weather feature: a vortex of clouds shaped like a hexagon.

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    Graphics card

    For everyone from amateurs to expert PC builders.

    You know that improving the graphics on your computer will provide a much better picture—but you're not sure where to start. Here's everything you need to know.

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    Canon EOS R full-frame mirrorless camera

    The first shots are are initial thoughts on Canon’s new mirrorless full-frame system

    We’ve spent the last few days shooting with the new EOS R system, here is what we think so far.

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    salmon healthy food

    You don't need a full kitchen to make dinner.

    You can cook a variety of unexpected meals with your dishwasher, coffee maker, and even an iron. The question remains: Is it worth the hassle?

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    alcohol wine

    It all comes down to the way we used to study drinking.

    It seems like opinions on the health benefits of booze are shifting. Suddenly moderate drinking is unhealthy. What happened?

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    back scan

    Implanting a new generation of spinal stimulators.

    I had a spinal cord stimulator, an electronic device used to treat chronic pain, implanted into my body. This type of therapy might help some of the other 100 million…

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    texting at theater

    And why you should doodle in class.

    All of us multitask. But psychologists have been warning us about it for decades. Some say it’s harmful to productivity and others say you can’t do it at all.

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    Last week in tech new iphones

    This week's round-up of technology news is pumpkin spice flavor

    Don't let Apple's upcoming iPhone announcement overshadow an exciting week in the tech world.

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    solar panel installation

    A new bill has been fast-tracked in the midst of a climate change-fueled wildfire season.

    The push to fast-track the state's clean energy trajectory coincides with real-world climate change concerns. California is experiencing longer and deadlier wildfire…

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    blue flame emerging from machinery

    Here are some highlights from its journey

    Running low on fuel, NASA’s Dawn mission is about to come to an end after 11 successful years in space.

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    a satellite view of hurricane florence

    It's looking an awful lot like Harvey.

    The threat posed by destructive winds and storm surge at the coast is just part of the equation. The hurricane will stall once it’s inland, leading to flooding.

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    many kinds of clocks and watches

    There are tiny clocks inside you, and they're all out of whack.

    Your body has a clock—and thanks to the travails of modern life, that clock may not line up with the timing of the outside world.

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    wildlife tracker map

    Researchers hope to map the path of bird flu and other pathogens.

    Researchers hope to map the path of bird flu and other pathogens—not to mention birds, bats, and baby sea turtles. These little beings have historically been too small…

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    military semi automatic rifle

    We desperately need research on firearms—but the federal government can't fund it.

    Today, researchers added another scrap of knowledge to the small pile of what we know about guns in America: semi-automatic rifles allow shooters to wound and kill more…

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    Hacking

    Maybe it's time to change that password.

    It's hard to keep up on all the hacks, so we're starting a list.

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