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A hacked-together flashlight that can shine for miles
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Pad enables skiers and snowboarders to pull off tricks safely
We shouldn't punish students who are trying to understand how their world works.
Meet a lemon racer
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Good news: These bloodsuckers can't jump.
A jet-propelled body board, cheaper prosthetic hand and more
Zips across lakes and rivers at 25 mph
Sunglasses that block out points of bright light with LCD-screen lenses
Enjoy a DIY sugar high
This complicated chemical process is a far cry from smartphone photography.
None of that store-bought clay, either. We're digging it out of the ground.
It is equipped with a video camera and a stun gun to keep criminals at bay
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