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He creates low-cost alternatives to high-tech research equipment.
His techniques reveal how these schoolbus-sized reptiles were able to fly, and could help engineers design better parachutes and hang...
Snot is way more sophisticated than people give it credit for.
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His brain implants could one day halt epileptic episodes and allow amputees to control prostheses with their minds.
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