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Headset Lets You Explore a Brain in Real Time
A team of neuroscientists and software developers have created a way to explore your brain in virtual reality.
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Great White Shark 'Lydia' Veers Away From U.K.
Britons, relax. Lydia the great white shark has changed course and appears to be heading away from the U.K coast.
Tiny Chip Bends Laser Light For Projection
Researchers have created a tiny chip that projects images without a lens — in fact, without any moving parts at all.
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Calif. Mulls Moving 15M Salmon By Tanker Truck
Drought conditions have left many rivers dry, making it difficult for young salmon to swim to the ocean.
Japan Producing Huge Stockpile of Plutonium
Altogether, Japan has the fifth-largest plutonium stockpile of any nation, representing 9 percent of the world’s stocks under civilian control.
Bill Ingalls / NASA via Reuters
Olympic Space Station Crew Returns to Earth
American and two Russians who took Olympic torch into space return to Earth.
Bill Ingalls / NASA
Olympic Space Crew Hits Finish Line on Earth
A pair of Russian cosmonauts and a U.S. astronaut left the International Space Station in a Soyuz capsule and returned to Earth on Monday.
Stem Cell Researcher Wants to Recall Own Study
One of the world’s leading stem cell experts has suggested withdrawing a study that made global headlines last January.
Antarctic Life Weathered Ice Ages in Volcanoes
Like an ice age radiator, heat from volcanoes helped Antarctica's plants and bugs survive Earth's glacial periods, scientists think based on the result of a new study.
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