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Einstein’s “Greatest Blunder” — Or His Last Laugh?

Einstein’s theory of relativity has survived over a hundred years, having been put to ...

The Future of Transportation Is Closer Than You Think

[DIGEST: CNNMoney, skyTran, FastCoExist] A NASA Space Act company called skyTran, based in California, ...

The Victims of Pompeii Cast in a New Light

Using CT scans, scientists hope to learn more about the victims who died in ...

NASA Planetary Protection Officer Safeguards Possibility of Life on Mars

[DIGEST: NYTimes; PHYSORG; theguardian] Last month’s discovery of flowing water on Mars suggests that ...

This Hospital Supercomputer Can Predict A Patient’s Death

[DIGEST: Science World Report, Mirror, Daily Mail, BBC, Connected Health Symposium] They say knowledge is power, but are ...

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Martians Might Be Closer than We Imagined.

[Digest: BGR; theguardian; Observer/Innovation] The desire to reach beyond the bounds of our known ...

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“Wormholes” — Now Found in More Than Compost

[DIGEST: Nature, Physical Review Letters, Lab Manager, Fox News] Science fiction novels, television and ...

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Aliens? Comets? Alien megastructures in orbit? Unusual star provokes questions.

[DIGEST: Washington Post, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Universe Today, The Atlantic] ...

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Artificial Life Just Got a Little More Real with Robot Mom

[DIGEST: News Daily, The Telegraph, Reuters] Scientists at the University of Cambridge have designed ...