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Business, Economics and Jobs
February 17, 2018
While the Trump Administration has decided to support the fossil fuel industry, China has decided to go in a much different direction.
Arts, Culture & Media
February 11, 2018
Take away the words and familiar instruments. Would you still be able to identify a type of song just by the melody or rhythm of a song?
Health & Medicine
February 10, 2018
Vaccinations have been around for more than a century. So why is the vaccination rate so low in the United States?
Jellyfish have been getting a pretty bad rap lately. One author is out to change that with a new book.
Lifestyle & Belief
February 05, 2018
Many of us struggle with getting the proper amount of sleep. Will any of the latest devices actually help in that collective effort?
February 04, 2018
Facebook as the modern-day equivalent of Victor Frankenstein's monster? It may not be as far-fetched as it sounds.
Conflict & Justice
February 03, 2018
Predictive algorithms have been fully integrated into society for years, but some worry about the lack of knowledge behind the software that is being relied on to make major decisions in American courtrooms and in public policy offices.
Science, Tech & Environment
January 28, 2018
In the Arctic, there is five times more root biomass under the ground than above it, scientists say
January 27, 2018
Could a study in which a pig's esophagus was elongated using a soft robotic system for nine days really help lead to a cure for cancer? It's actually not that much of a stretch.
January 21, 2018
The blue salt crystals, which resemble blue sapphires, may have come from Ceres, a dwarf planet located in the asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter.
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