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182,000 Indians clean sewers largely by hand. These robots could help.
To transform manholes into robo-holes, the country must seek broader social change.
Blow flies helped exonerate a woman of murder 17 years after the fact
Or rather, a lack thereof.
British Jurors Can Now Visit Crime Scenes In Virtual Reality
Have you reached a VRdict?
Four Child Inventors Who Weren’t Arrested And One Who Was
Great things happen when schools reward inquisitive minds
DNA Evidence Is Not Foolproof
Believing it blindly could put the wrong people in jail
Poop Vandalism Mystery Ends In Huge Victory For Your Genetic Rights
The first of what will likely be many genetic discrimination trials in the years to come
Researchers Expose Troubling Bias In Forensic Psychology
Court psychologists interpret evidence differently depending on who they think hired them.
China’s “Human-Flesh Search” Channels Netizen Rage Against Offline Targets
Targets have included cheating spouses, corrupt government officials, and amateur porn makers, as well as citizens or journalists viewed as unpatriotic.