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Additionally, it only weighs about as much as a banana – and it is going to be protecting us and our other space crafts from debris caught in orbit.

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There is more to technology than just millenials checking their Facebooks. Tech company Intel and Brazilian news company Razões para Acreditar embarked on a campaign to...

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Well, it’s over. The great North American solar eclipse tracked across America as crowds gazed into the heavens with their protective eye glasses in...

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No glasses for the eclipse? Here's what you can do to view the rare phenomenon on Monday afternoon, with some help from NASA.

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Since the gas was becoming scarce, this most recent discovery of a helium field is being hailed as a major breakthrough.

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Here is where and how you can view the streaks across the sky this weekend during the 2017 Perseid meteor shower.

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This revolutionary paper power source is being hailed for deriving energy from the bacteria in your spit.

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These researchers have created a revolutionary device that can regenerate any kind of body tissue and repair injuries with just a touch to the...

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If you have ever received an inspiring message inside of your 40th birthday card, now is the time to share it with NASA. Voyager 1,...

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For the first time in American history, scientists have successfully used a gene-editing tool to correct a disease-causing mutation in human DNA with the...

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This shimmering park tower isn’t just a glamorous piece of architecture: it is the largest air purifier in the world, and it is turning...

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This revolutionary procedure is being hailed for virtually creating food out of thin air. The process, which was created by Finnish researchers at the Lappeenranta University...

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Scientists have harnessed the use of 3D printing in order to create a silicone heart that works just like a human’s. Different from the current...

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Say goodbye to frayed charging cables, and say hello to endless battery life. That's because researchers at the University of Washington have just constructed the...

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If you've ever sat with a laptop on your legs for a long period of time, then you must know how warm computers can...

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Researchers have developed a solar paint that can absorb water vapor and split it to generate hydrogen – the cleanest source of energy. The paint...

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This groundbreaking new drug for cancer treatment was immediately approved by the FDA in light of its revolutionary effects on tumors across the body. The...

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The impact of positive and negative emotions might be more impactful than you think—and more persuasive. A teacher in Curitiba, a southern region in Brazil, decided to illustrate...

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Amid increasingly concern about the disappearing honeybee populations, researchers are creating an easy, downloadable app that may be used by amateur and professional enthusiasts...

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One of the biggest inconveniences of owning an electric or hybrid vehicle is how long it takes to recharge the batteries. Depending on the...