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British Airways will power some of its jets with trash

British Airways will power some of its jets with trash
British Airways is taking a cue from Doc Brown for how it'll fuel its next generation of aircraft. No, not
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XPRIZE’s five education software finalists help kids teach themselves

XPRIZE’s five education software finalists help kids teach themselves
Millions of children around the world don't have access to basic education, such as reading, writing and arithmetic skills, and
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After Math: Planet smashers

After Math: Planet smashers
It was a bittersweet week for the folks at Pasadena's Jet Propulsion Lab. One one hand, their $3.4 billion Saturn
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Nine of Cassini’s most exciting discoveries about Saturn

Nine of Cassini’s most exciting discoveries about Saturn
Saturn is something of a solar system unto itself (minus the requisite sun). It's surrounded by 53 confirmed moons and
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Sperm microscope may help nanobots navigate human bodies

Sperm microscope may help nanobots navigate human bodies
Scientists have developed a microscope that allows them to track sperm movements in 3D, which could benefit the understanding of
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Follow Cassini’s final moments before it plunges into Saturn

Follow Cassini’s final moments before it plunges into Saturn
For the last thirteen years, Cassini has been orbiting Saturn, sending back extraordinary images and data from the ringed planet
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Long range, low power sensors may lead to better health wearables

Long range, low power sensors may lead to better health wearables
For small electronic devices and sensors like those found in wearables that can decipher biological information from sweat and contact
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Mercedes-Benz aims to take hydrogen fuel-cells mainstream

Mercedes-Benz aims to take hydrogen fuel-cells mainstream
General Motors' confidence in hydrogen fuel cell (HFC) vehicles seems to be sparking something of a renaissance among other automakers.
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