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These recycled diamond super-batteries have a half life of 5,730 years – which is about the length of time that human civilization has existed.

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Researchers have recently discovered that the same glucose-regulating hormone in the platypus's gut is also found in its venom.

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Thanksgiving day has more home fires than any other day, most of which are caused by cooking – that's why these teens invented the Fire Mitt.

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This paper 'honeycomb' EcoHelmet can be manufactured, carried, recycled, and distributed as easily as it can protect the wearer from injury.

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The first prototype of its kind has been installed in Okinawa – though it's been tested with success, we'll just have to wait until an actual typhoon comes.

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Researchers found that tweaking the wording of fundraising appeals improved contribution rates by incredible margins – nonprofits, take note.

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This treatment process known as anodization is taking recycling to a whole new level – all you need is household chemicals and some pieces of trash.

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This soap molecule is made from natural products, like soybeans, coconut, and corn rather than fossil fuels, making it ten times better for the Earth.

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Harvard University researchers have made the first entirely 3D-printed organ-on-a-chip with integrated sensing. Built by a fully automated, digital manufacturing procedure, the 3D-printed heart-on-a-chip...

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This revolutionary material is flexible enough to fit on any curvature of the body while absorbing blood and regenerating the damaged tissues.

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