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1. Japanese Researchers Build A Computer Out Of Crabs
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Researchers from Kobe University use live crabs to simulate logic gates.
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2. Nissan's New Cab Vans For New York City
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Nissan's NV200 taxi van has impressed the NYC authorities so much that it will be phased in as the exclusive next year.
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3. Fire Scout - Navy's Robotic Pirate Hunter
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Meet the Fire Scout, an unmanned robotic helicopter and the US Navy's latest weapon against the Somali pirates.
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4. North Korean 'Weather Satellite' Launch Falls Short
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North Korea fails to launch a weather satellite that many believe was a nuclear missile.'
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5. Terrafugia's Flying Car Steals Spotlight at NY Autoshow
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Terrafugia has shown that one of Man's oldest dreams is very much possible.
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6. New THX Engine Kicks Audio Up A Notch
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The Steerable Line Array developed by THX makes sure everyone in the room hears perfect audio.
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7. DARPA Crowdsources Advanced Humanoid Robot
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DARPA is challenging the robotics community to create an advanced humanoid robot that can perform a variety of advanced tasks.
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8. Microsoft Co-Founder Invests Big Into Brain Science
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Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, known for his commitment to exploring the human brain, has thrown another $300 million at the Allen Brain Institute.
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9. Medical Lamprey-Bots In Development
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British and US scientists say their experimental lamprey-like robot will be sniffing out diseases in as soon as 5 years.
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10. US Navy's New Toy - Hydrogen Powered Jellyfish
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How exactly does one turn an invertebrate into a robot?
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11. Fukushima Fallout Reaches California Coastline
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Radioactive iodine from Fukushima has been detected in vegetation on the California end of the Pacific Ocean.
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12. NASA Launched 5-Rockets To Study High Altitude Winds
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NASA has launched 5 rockets within 80 seconds of each other to study the winds in the upper atmosphere.
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1. Chickenpox Vaccine A Success
1. Chickenpox Vaccine A Success
(Since the U.S. began routine chickenpox vaccination in 1995, the number of Americans sent to hospitals by the infection each year has dropped by more than two-thirds, government researchers reported Monday.)
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2. Smartphones Beat PC Revolution, Dot Com Boom and Social Networks in Growth.
2. Smartphones Beat PC Revolution, Dot Com Boom and Social Networks in Growth.
(Smartphone usage is officially the fastest growing technology trend of the past 3 decades.)
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3. Weird New Creatures Found in Antarctica
3. Weird New Creatures Found in Antarctica
(Several strange creatures including a psychedelic octopus have been found in frigid waters off Antarctica in one of the world’s most pristine marine environments. )
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4. Japan Disaster - Before & After Cleanup Photo Gallery
4. Japan Disaster - Before & After Cleanup Photo Gallery
(This gallery of photographs shows the widespread devestation documented shortly after the 2011 disaster, and follows it up with a shot taken in the same place 3 months later. Quite a stunning compilation!)
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5. Chimpanzees Hunt Using Spears
5. Chimpanzees Hunt Using Spears
(Chimpanzees in Senegal have been observed making and using wooden spears to hunt other primates, according to a study in the journal Current Biology.)
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6. Top 5 NASA Space Missions Of All Time
6. Top 5 NASA Space Missions Of All Time
(These are the top 5 accomplishments of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to date. We cant wait to expand this list, so get to work NASA!)
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7. How Jellyfish Work
7. How Jellyfish Work
(Jellyfish are probably some of the most unusual and mysterious creatures that you'll ever encounter.)
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8. NASA Goes Asteroid Hunting in a Zeppelin
8. NASA Goes Asteroid Hunting in a Zeppelin
(NASA goes after the fragments of an asteroid that touched down in Nevada with the help of a chartered airship.)
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1. U.S. Considers Libya Air Strikes
1. U.S. Considers Libya Air Strikes
(Libyan troops pushed forward toward the insurgent stronghold of Benghazi on Thursday and launched air raids on its outskirts as Washington raised the possibility of air strikes to stop Muammar Gaddafi's forces.)
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2. Injured Astronaut Replaced For Next Shuttle Mission
2. Injured Astronaut Replaced For Next Shuttle Mission
(NASA is replacing the lead spacewalker for its next shuttle mission after the veteran astronaut was injured in a bike accident over the weekend, officials said Wednesday.)
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3. Russian-U.S. Soyuz Crew Lands Safely on Earth
3. Russian-U.S. Soyuz Crew Lands Safely on Earth
(A Russian Soyuz capsule parachuted onto the Kazakh steppe through stiff winds and snow on Wednesday, delivering a U.S.-Russian astronaut trio to Earth after five months on the International Space Station.)
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4. Budget Cuts To Shut Down CERN Accelerators
4. Budget Cuts To Shut Down CERN Accelerators
(Europe's particle research center CERN unveiled budget cuts Friday that will force it to temporarily close its accelerators for a year in 2012, but said its flagship "Big Bang" machine will mainly be unaffected.)
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5. Looters Smash Egyptian Treasures and Mummies
5. Looters Smash Egyptian Treasures and Mummies
(Looters broke into the Cairo museum housing the world's greatest collection of Pharaonic treasures, smashing several statues and damaging two mummies, while police battled anti-government protesters on the streets.)
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6. Census of Modern Organisms Reveals Echo of Mass Extinction
6. Census of Modern Organisms Reveals Echo of Mass Extinction
(Paleontologists can still hear the echo of the death knell that drove the dinosaurs and many other organisms to extinction following an asteroid collision at the end of the Cretaceous Period 65 million years ago.)
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7. Speedy Discovery Fuels New Milky Way Mystery
7. Speedy Discovery Fuels New Milky Way Mystery
(A new detailed study that tracked two of the Milky Way's galactic neighbors, the Large and Small Magellanic Clouds, shows they are hurtling through space nearly two times faster than previously thought.)
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8. Glaciers May Vanish From Alps by 2050
8. Glaciers May Vanish From Alps by 2050
(Most glaciers will disappear from the Alps by 2050, scientists told a conference on climate change Monday, basing their bleak outlook on evidence of slow but steady melting of the region's continental ice sheets.)
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Category: Earth Sciences