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Devastating tsunamis could be halted before hitting the Earth's shoreline by firing deep-ocean sound waves at the oncoming mass of water, new research has...

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In medicine, vaccinating against a virus involves exposing a body to a weakened version of the threat, enough to build a tolerance. Social psychologists believe...

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After her brain cancer became resistant to chemotherapy and then to targeted treatments, 26-year-old Lisa Rosendahl's doctors gave her only a few months to...

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Using smart phone finger authentication technology, this smart gun can only be used by the intended user.

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These tiny wires made by diamonds can be used for a whole host of possibilities – including making fabric that can generate electricity.

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This paper-thin battery has the potential to save thousands of lives in remote, dangerous, or resource-limited areas.

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For oils spills in the Arctic, this modified saw dust is low-cost, environmentally-friendly, and can float or be collected despite rough or freezing waters.

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A tiny cost-effective nanogenerator was designed to charge your phone for more than a week, powered by your every finger swipe on the screen.

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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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