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    Post-it Extreme Notes by 3M

    The 31st annual Best of What's New awards.

    Our 31st annual Best of What’s New list is the culmination of a year spent obsessing over, arguing about, and experiencing the newest technologies and discoveries across…

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    nasa insight mars

    Except it's multi-million dollar instruments instead of plush toys.

    Aside from Earth, Mars is the most closely studied planet in the solar system. However, in spite of having orbiters, landers, and rovers visit over the years, no…

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    Zephyr S HAPS (Solar High Altitude Pseudo-Satellite) by Airbus
    There’s no doubting the sheer epicness of this year’s top Aerospace innovations.

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  • 11/27/18--07:15: The best gadgets of 2018
  • One Creator Edition by Magic Leap
    This year’s Best of What’s New gadgets category includes leaps forward in both virtual and augmented reality, which were welcome reprieves from the increasingly hectic…

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    hurricane harvey damage

    It has surprisingly little to do with climate change.

    As our oceans warm, hurricane rainfall and intensity are going to rise. But more water and wind aren’t the reason that today’s storms destroy more in their paths.

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    Fortnite by Epic Games
    This year’s winners include a pro-grade HDTV, speakers that double as modern art, and an ill-fated movie subscription service that shifted the way people go to the…

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    Don't worry, no one has gotten sick yet.

    Researchers are finding that all kinds of bacteria are thriving on the artificially-habitable International Space Station. A new study from researchers at the California…

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    Fly Creek HV Carbon with Dyneema tent by Big Agnes
    This year’s best products in recreation—including a one-pound tent, a truly innovative sports bra, and a fire pit that keeps smoke out of your eyes—make our active lives…

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    Abilify MyCite by Otsuka America Pharmaceutical & Proteus Digital Health
    These 10 medical advances represent how science, technology, and creative thinking can help us live longer, better lives.

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    organs glow white against orange bones and red tissue in this full-body rendering

    Full body, nearly real-time imaging is here.

    After years of development, a powerful and speedy full-body scanner is ready for action.

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    Lookout by Google
    On our list of the top software innovations of 2018, there’s tech that’ll do fun things, like deliver a pizza to your spot in a public park, and programming that takes…

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    Morpheus Hotel by Zaha Hadid Architects
    It’s an elegant way to avoid urban flooding: Lay down paving tiles that soak up rain and divert it from sewers to greenery. But that innovation, the Climate Tile, is…

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    a sculpture of a neanderthal man who appears to be smirking

    It's probably time to stop acting surprised.

    One thing about our ancestors has become increasingly clear: early humans loved to get down, even with other species…

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    broken office ice

    In between, she almost died in the Arctic.

    When Ann Daniels signed up for an all-female mission to the North Pole, she had never even skied before. Since then, she has braved freezing temperatures, polar bears,…

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    Black Friday isn't just Friday anymore.

    Despite retailers overeager advertising—which now seems to stretch Black Friday all the way to Nov. 1—Thanksgiving week remains one of the best in the year for good…

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    This holiday season, help your pals indulge in their vices.

    This holiday season, help your friends indulge in their vices, be that chocolate, wine, or hours spent with their best friend Netflix.

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    a person marks a ballot

    The indicator state is asking: what's the best way to vote?

    Maine's alternative voting scheme faces a legal test after its first use in a national election.

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    This foam creation can figure out what's happening to it.

    Foam that can sense how it is being deformed could help robots know what's going on with their own bodies.

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    elasmotherium siberian unicorn

    Ancient rhinos were basically magic.

    In a sense, all rhinos are unicorns—they just aren’t pearly white and magical the way our myths say they should be.

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    There's a lot of info in here about what we're in for.

    Here’s a look at how climate change is already affecting—and will continue to affect—your own corner of the contiguous United States.

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