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Dinosaurs Walked Through Denali: Footprints Found in Alaska
A "world-class" dinosaur track site discovered in Alaska's Denali National Park shows that herds of duck-billed dinosaurs thrived under the midnight sun. Produced by weather.com.
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Does Not Compute: Most STEM Grads Don't Get STEM Jobs
Most people with a science, technology, engineering or math degree don't end up in those fields, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
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Air Force Certifies SpaceX Falcon 9 Flights
SpaceX, the commercial rocket venture headed by Elon Musk, is one step closer to being able to compete for Air Force military launch contracts.
From the Tin Man to the Teen Titans: A History of Cyborgs
Forget man versus machine. Try man and machine. Turns out cyborgs have been fiction's way of rebelling since the nineteenth century.
Weather Experts Say Rare Summer Cold Front on the Way
Remember last winter's cold spot, which turned "polar vortex" into a phrase that sent chills through Americans east of the Mississippi?
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Seized Dinosaur Bones Return to Mongolia Home
Enough 80 million-year-old dinosaur skeletons to stock a museum were turned over to the Mongolian government from the U.S. on Thursday.
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410 Million-Year-Old Spider Walks Again, Virtually
An ancient ancestor to spiders was able to creep again, sort of, in a new video that recreates the walk of the 410-million-year-old beast.
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