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SXSW 2015: The Star Trek Tricorder Is Real And Will Diagnose You Soon
Easy, at-home diagnostic tools could cut down on doctor’s visits
Students Engineer Help For Bats Fighting White Nose Syndrome
Kevin Keel would rather not infect bats on purpose. A veterinary pathologist at the University of California at Davis, he … Continued
The Vizzies: Now Accepting Your Mind-Blowing Science And Engineering Visualizations
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This Game Brings Post-Apocalypse To The Present
Viridis asks: With survival on the line, will people cooperate or compete?
How To Win A Trampoline War, According To Science
A study from the Ohio State University looks into the physics of bouncing on trampolines.