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  1. Here's Why Editas Medicine Inc. Bounced Up 20% in June
  2. Surge in crop circles caused by drone users, police say
  3. So THIS is why it's harder to sleep as you get older
  4. You Only Have to Be a Little More Generous to Be Happier, Study Says
  5. South Africa confirms two more cases of H5N8 bird flu on poultry farms
  6. Nasa takes first high res pictures of Jupiter's most extraordinary feature
  7. Great Atlantic Excavator Trenching Update Golden Promise Gold Property in Central New
  8. 4 people sign up to live in a locked bunker for 200 days to experience space travel
  9. CRISPR Stocks to Buy: How to Invest in a Medical Miracle
  10. A frozen chunk of land that scientists thought would never thaw is melting — and the
  11. Aerospace guru explains why SpaceX reuses rockets – and it’s not to save money
  12. MIT researchers can now track AI’s decisions back to single neurons
  13. Harry Reid, Nevada governor push bipartisan energy effort
  14. Afghan girls will be allowed into US for robotics contest
  15. Microsoft Creates New AI Lab to Take on Google's DeepMind
  16. Is Your Home Too Clean for Your Child's Health?
  17. Moon Express’ Robot Outpost Will Mine Lunar South Pole
  18. A 1.1-trillion-ton iceberg has broken off Antarctica, and scientists say it's on
  19. U.S. firm plans return to the moon, this time with robots
  20. No need to worry, just hundreds of thousands of fire ants forming living towers
  21. MIT Media Lab uses machine learning to quantify neighborhood change
  22. Cambodia bans overseas exports of coastal sand
  23. Just how big is this new, trillion ton Antarctic iceberg, anyway?
  24. Re-creating old weapons for new discoveries of human history
  25. Giant Pandas Still Close To Extinction
  26. Revealed: the world's 'laziest' countries (and the UK does better than
  27. How to Freeze the Decline of Earth's Endangered Species
  28. Giant iceberg breaks off Antarctica
  29. Farewell Dippy the dinosaur - London museum installs whale skeleton
  30. Q&A: California looks to keep landmark climate policy alive
  31. The 7 best views of the Larsen C iceberg breaking off Antarctica
  32. Quake hits off North Korea but experts rule out nuke test
  33. Images can now be stored in the DNA of living things
  34. ‘Expect more turbulence’: Five ways climate change will affect air travel
  35. Archaeologist Recreates Ancient Weapons in Lab
  36. Moon dust collected by Neil Armstrong to be sold at auction
  37. California governor scrambles for support on climate deal
  38. U.S doctor: Treatment 'worth trying' in UK sick baby case
  39. Trump says 'something could happen' on Paris climate accord
  40. This Is the Smallest Star Ever Discovered
  41. Climb aboard Blue Origin’s rocket for a (simulated) space ride
  42. No, a huge asteroid probably won't wipe out humanity
  43. Study suggests ravens are great at planning ahead
  44. Americans Are Really Bad at Drawing These 3 States
  45. Scientists expect 'significant' algae bloom on Lake Erie
  46. Huge 75,000-mile-wide ‘hole’ appears in the sun - and could blast Earth
  47. There’s a compelling reason scientists think we’ve never found aliens and it suggests
  48. Moon Express unveils its roadmap for giant leaps to the lunar surface … and back agai
  49. The Raspberry Shake 4D is a tiny seismograph that lets you monitor earthquakes
  50. Tennessee restricts use of Monsanto pesticide as problems spread
  51. Does the World’s Top Weed Killer Cause Cancer? Trump’s EPA Will Decide
  52. Private company unveils space vehicles to land on the moon
  53. NASA Releases Enhanced-Color Images Of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot
  54. You'll Rethink Your Entire Existence After Looking at This 1 Mind-Blowing Photo
  55. Spacecraft reveals beauty of solar system's biggest storm
  56. NASA is testing the crew exit strategy for the Orion capsule
  57. Where does Trump's FBI nominee stand on tech privacy issues?
  58. Japan flood death toll rises to 30
  59. Scientists Just Teleported an Object Into Space for the First Time
  60. Do you find this image disgusting? Scientists might now know why
  61. NASA Can’t Afford to Put Humans on Mars
  62. GoPro wants to reunite lost camera with its owner
  63. Research team helps FAA with drones
  64. New artificial spider silk can absorb 70 percent of the energy in impacts
  65. Neil Armstrong's Bag of Moon Dust, Worth Millions, Will Be Sold at Auction
  66. O. J. Simpson robbery case: Accomplice says Simpson asked him to bring a gun
  67. O.J. Simpson's friend on what prison life is like for him
  68. Antarctica's new 1.1-trillion-ton iceberg is already breaking into enormous pieces
  69. Moon Express wants to one-up SpaceX and Blue Origin with regular moon visits
  70. Cook Islands creates huge Pacific Ocean marine reserve
  71. Is it a stunt? Selfie-taker causes major damage to art
  72. Jupiter's Great Red Spot Revealed in Images Processed by Citizen Scientists, Not
  73. Britain's Natural History Museum unveils huge whale skeleton
  74. King Stallion: Ultra-powerful new Marine Corps helicopter
  75. These gorgeous posters of national parks will make you excited for the solar eclipse
  76. Space Corps Moves Forward Despite Opposition
  77. Gov. Brown makes dire plea to save California climate law
  78. Indonesia foils trade in vulnerable slow lorises
  79. Scientists just fit a GIF onto DNA, which might be the most important thing to ever h
  80. 3D-printed yachts could be lighter, faster, and fireproof within a decade
  81. 'Unique:' Lion seen nursing leopard cub in Tanzania
  82. High-speed Hyperloop One project ready for key test in Nevada
  83. Moon dust collected by Neil Armstrong to be auctioned in NY
  84. N. Korea likely has more plutonium than previously thought: monitor
  85. Another Grib Diamond Mine in Finland
  86. What 'Thrones' fans already know: Ravens can see ahead
  87. The Sun Isn’t Special Among The Stars In The Universe
  88. Re-creating old weapons for new discoveries of human history
  89. Humans have caused surprising changes to the planet that will be visible billions of
  90. To infinity and beyond? US lawmakers advance 'Space Corps' plans
  91. So Many Critics of Economics Miss What It Gets Right
  92. Archaeologists go high-tech in 2,500-year-old Greek cold case
  93. Ravens Can Make Plans for the Future, in Some Ways Surpassing Apes
  94. ADB warns climate change 'disastrous' for Asia
  95. 'Hope' the whale replaces 'Dippy' as London museum's skeleton star
  96. Scientists just teleported an object into space - so when will humans ‘beam up’?
  97. New Supercluster Of Galaxies Identified
  98. Ick-free and ready for a dip: Portland touts revived river
  99. America’s Top Young Scientist finalist finds radical way to test water quality
  100. Chemists create Star Wars-style 3D 'holograms' in a flask of liquid
  101. Mars mission astronauts rehearse water landings off Texas
  102. Research as art: revealing the creativity behind academic output
  103. Top scientists sue Salk Institute for gender discrimination
  104. New research shows how men and women experience depression very differently
  105. High-speed Hyperloop One project ready for key test in Nevada
  106. PSA: You might want to look up at the sky on Sunday night
  107. The freak, or indestructible 'moss piglet', shall inherit the Earth
  108. Now-deceased engineer kept two Apollo-era computers in his basement for nearly 40 yea
  109. Ridiculous solar eclipse lodging costs will make you want to watch it online
  110. High-speed Hyperloop One project ready for key test in Nevada
  111. Why Artificial Intelligence Should Be Scared Of AI
  112. 4 fears an AI developer has about artificial intelligence
  113. How does cloning work, anyway? Your guide to real-world replication
  114. Study finds our Sun is like other stars, resolving mystery
  115. Tardigrades are the toughest animals on Earth. What would it would take to kill them
  116. We worked out what it would take to wipe out all life on a planet – and it's goo
  117. The Future Of Space Travel: Is Mercury Next?
  118. Only woman to win math equivalent of Nobel Prize dies
  119. Macron: My charm offensive may soften Trump's climate stance
  120. How Much Does It Cost SpaceX To Reuse A Falcon Rocket?
  121. California climate law backers look for support
  122. What is the Fermi Paradox? The strange mystery of why we can’t find E.T.
  123. 5 Health Benefits Of Being Silent For Your Mind And Body
  124. Scientists just used CRISPR to encode a GIF into the DNA of a virus
  125. A Chinese scientist thinks the country could be using nuclear fusion power in 50 year
  126. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin rolls out the red carpet for Mars
  127. This Is Why Investors Will Need to Learn a New Acronym: CRISPR
  128. What’s so awe-inspiring about solar eclipses, in one paragraph
  129. Siberia: Medieval Mummies from Mystery Arctic Civilization Discovered in Zelenyy Yar
  130. Elon Musk Likes Most Technology, But He Wants One Sector Regulated
  131. F-35: U.K.'s Fighter Jets Won't Function Fully but Their Cost Has Almost Do
  132. Japan’s space camera drone on the ISS is a floating ball of cuteness
  133. Donald Trump's $10 trillion climate mistake
  134. People Could Make Smallpox from Scratch in a Lab, Scientists Warn
  135. What’s so awe-inspiring about solar eclipses, in one paragraph
  136. Apollo Astronauts Reflect on US Moon Missions
  137. 7,500 Pounds of 'Eels' Cover Oregon Road with Slime (Here's Why)
  138. See the New Trillion-Ton Antarctic Iceberg in Image from Space
  139. Ross 128: Mystery Radio Signals Detected from Red Dwarf Star Just 11 Light Years Away
  140. Chinese Scientists Just Set the Record for the Farthest Quantum Teleportation
  141. Google’s life-science team to release 20 million mosquitoes in Fresno
  142. A new NASA video shows Pluto in exquisite detail
  143. California lawmakers to decide fate of landmark climate law
  144. Weed killer turns neighbor against neighbor in farm country
  145. NASA communications satellite damaged 3 weeks before launch
  146. Astronomers have detected 'strange signals' that may come from a star 11 light-years
  147. This tiny Japanese space agency drone is giving us a glimpse of life in space
  148. Space Corps Military Branch Approved by House
  149. Elon Musk says we need to regulate AI before it becomes a danger to humanity
  150. There Might Be a Cure for Baldness By the Time You Go Completely Bald
  151. Hwasong-14 Missile Test: Can North Korea's Rockets Reach the US?
  152. Only woman to win math equivalent of Nobel Prize dies
  153. These polar field guides' Antarctica winter wedding was a freezing first
  154. Outdoor smart security camera and light
  155. How the Internet Deciphered a Fake Alien Message
  156. It Takes Guts: The Yucky Way Sea Spiders Get Oxygen to Their Legs
  157. Astronomers Detect 'Peculiar Signals' From Direction Of Red Dwarf Star Ross 128
  158. Afghan girls robotics team competes after visa obstacles
  159. 'Game of Thrones' crashes HBO Go servers
  160. 20 million bacteria-infected mosquitoes are getting released into a California city b
  161. Social media genie won't go back in the bottle, so we must teach youngsters to u
  162. Maryam Mirzakhani, Only Woman To Win The Fields Medal In Mathematics, Dead At 40
  163. Weed killer turns neighbor against neighbor in farm country
  164. Why one guy can take rocks from the Grand Canyon but other people can't
  165. New NASA flyovers get you closer to Pluto and Charon than you ever could’ve imagined
  166. Congress toes a cautious line on support for commercial space partnerships
  167. World's northernmost coral reef in Japan bleached
  168. ‘Peculiar’ radio signals are detected from star next-door to Earth
  169. A mud volcano has been erupting for ten years – and scientists are still undecided wh
  170. NASA Footage Shows Ultra High Definition View Of Europe From Space
  171. Why Are There So Many Languages Around The World?
  172. Brown, lawmakers celebrate bipartisan cap-and-trade victory
  173. New Mexico professor seeks to save moon-landing sites
  174. Size key to top speed in animals: study
  175. T-Rex Couldn’t Run—Doing So Would've Broken Its Legs
  176. Bavaria juggles support for diesel and clean city air
  177. Human Remains Found On Sunken WWII Bomber
  178. Maryam Mirzakhani’s success showed us the challenges women in maths still face
  179. John Glenn memorial plans abound on July birth date
  180. Why Are There So Many Different Languages in the World?
  181. Court orders Russia to pay Dutch 5.4 mln euros for Greenpeace ship
  182. Missouri Woman Dies from Tick Bite: What Is Bourbon Virus?
  183. Artificial Sweeteners Have Little or No Benefit to Health, Researchers Conclude
  184. Why Some Plant-Based Diets Are Healthier Than Others
  185. Google Glass makes comeback with Enterprise Edition
  186. Rep. Rohrabacher wants to know if life existed on Mars
  187. I’m a Great CEO and I’m Not a Loud Powerhouse
  188. Months needed for additional study of Dakota Access pipeline
  189. GOP Rep. Rohrabacher gets to the bottom of Martian civilization: There wasn’t any
  190. Carbon dioxide must be removed from the atmosphere to avoid extreme climate change, s
  191. Are These Ancient Greek Skeletons An Executed Army?
  192. Apollo-Era NASA Mainframes Found in Contractor's Basement
  193. Duped by Photoshop: People Are Bad at Spotting Fake Photos
  194. Elon, Forget Killer Robots. Focus on the Real AI Problems
  195. Air Force secretary hints at military space applications for Stratolaunch super-plane
  196. MH370 search data unveils fishing hot spots and geological movement
  197. Drones assist law enforcement agencies
  198. Callista Gingrich casts Trump as guardian of the environment
  199. Thawing permafrost poses even greater global warming threat than previously thought,
  200. Vietnam to rescue 1,000 bears in bid to end bile trade
  201. Swimming robot probes Fukushima reactor to find melted fuel
  202. 'Cute' Japanese Drone Sends Back Photos From Space
  203. Helicopter or lawnmower? Modern parenting styles can get in the way of raising well-b
  204. I’m a Great CEO and I'm Not a Loud Powerhouse
  205. Fishermen find an 18-foot-long sea giant in their nets and, no, we're not freaki
  206. Rosie O’Donnell under fire for promoting Trump-killing game
  207. Aborigines in Australia longer than previously thought: study
  208. Elon Musk: We need a lunar base to help 'fire up' the pub...
  209. Rare birth of endangered hairy-nosed wombat in Australia
  210. Boy finds 1.2 million-year-old fossil while playing outside
  211. 'Salvation': Why the EPs call the asteroid drama a 'science fact'
  212. Risky business for fish in oil-polluted reef waters
  213. First Humans in Australia Arrived Thousands of Years Earlier Than We Thought
  214. New Horizons' Pluto flyover highlighted in a fresh new video from NASA
  215. How the Trump administration boosts internet security
  216. Total Solar Eclipse 2017: Bill Nye on How, When, Where and Why to Watch
  217. You Might Be Able to Outrun a T. Rex
  218. MH370 search data unveils fishing hot spots, ancient geological movements
  219. 'Couldn't even see the sun': Fire races near Yosemite park
  220. Now You Can Watch Decades Of Old NASA Footage On YouTube
  221. 'Peculiar' radio signals emerge from nearby star
  222. Distant Kuiper Belt Object Observed By New Horizons NASA Team In Argentina
  223. Congressman asks NASA scientist about ancient Martian civilizations, and things get a
  224. Elon Musk says key to opening up space travel is 'near complete reusability' of space
  225. Elon Musk suggests SpaceX is scrapping its plans to land Dragon capsules on Mars
  226. California farm region plagued by dirty air looks to Trump
  227. Next Month's Eclipse Will Be My 23rd. I Can't Wait.
  228. The Battle for the Moon Begins
  229. World's plastic waste could bury Manhattan 2 miles deep
  230. Belgian doctors pin hope on large brain collection to treat diseases
  231. Musk Says First Passengers on SpaceX Rockets Must Be ‘Brave’
  232. Pacemaker Data to Be Used as Trial Evidence: What Could It Show?
  233. Indian Poultry Farms Are Breeding Drug-Resistant Superbugs
  234. Astronaut Buzz Aldrin Is Raising Money To Send People To Mars
  235. Even more historic NASA flight footage is up on YouTube
  236. Running would have broken a Tyrannosaurus Rex's legs, new research shows
  237. Stop Talking About Your Generation
  238. Moon Dust Heading to Auction After Galactic Court Battle
  239. DeepMind’s founder says to build better computer brains, we need to look at our own
  240. What is Virgin Galactic and how much will it cost to travel to space?*
  241. China’s population is terrified of GM crops—but they’re getting more anyway
  242. The Battle for the Moon Begins
  243. Abraham Lincoln mystery solved by enhanced tech
  244. Apollo 11 bag laced with moon dust sells for $1.8 million
  245. Congressman Asks NASA if There’s an Ancient Civilization on Mars. For Real
  246. Stephen Hawking Says We 'Need To Leave Earth'
  247. How Experiments in Space Can Lead to Better Treatments for Nerve-Gas Poisoning
  248. Did A Dwarf Planet Crash Into Mars?
  249. The internet goes all atwitter over U.S. Rep. Dana Rohrabacher’s questions about Mars
  250. 10 hours of 'Planet Earth II' sounds will be your chilled-out work soundtra