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Historic Shrinking of Antarctic Ice Sheet Linked to CO2 Spike
First evidence found in ancient, fossilized leaves
Scientists Think They’ve Found A Way To Eliminate Virtual Reality Sickness
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Google Maps Moves The World’s Borders Depending On Who’s Looking
A new paper looks at how the online service could foster international disputes
The Nano Lightbulb
Young Duck Kim uses graphene in a novel way
How A Radiator Retrofit That Could Save The U.S. Billions Went From Bedroom To Boardroom
Columbia University helped grad student Marshall Cox turn a dorm room hack into a commercializable system that could slash carbon emissions by more than 6 million tons a year.
FYI: Can Humans Trigger Earthquakes?
Yes. We drill into the earth to mine for gas, oil and minerals and construct massive dams and, as a … Continued
New Brain-Machine Interface Taps Human Smarts to Enhance Computers’ Abilities, Instead of Vice Versa
Brain-machine interfaces hold potential for a variety of ends, from helping the neurologically or physically disabled communicate and interact with … Continued
Stem-Cell Dental Implants Grow New Teeth Right In Your Mouth
The loss of a tooth is a minor deformity and a major pain. Although dental implants are available, the healing … Continued