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Holiday Gift Guide: Science Books Span the Spectrum
Is someone on your gift list starry-eyed about space? Do they dig dinosaurs? Check out 20 science books that are worth giving — or getting.
Europe's Space Data Highway Passes Early Test
A European space data highway to relay large volumes of data very quickly has passed an early test.
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Facebook and Twitter Don't Represent Real World
Scientists need to think twice when they use data from Facebook, Twitter and other social media sites in their studies, two computer scientists warn.
NASA and M. Weiss (Chandra X -ray Center)
NASA Has a 'Black Hole Friday' Deal for You
NASA is offering an alternative to the maddening crowds at the shopping mall: exploring black holes on what it has rechristened "Black Hole Friday."
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EU Parliament Urges Regulators to Break Up Google
European Union institutions are piling pressure on Google to change the way it operates its business in Europe.
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Oh No, Noto! Another Tweet Gaffe by Twitter CFO?
For the second time this week, Twitter CFO Anthony Noto has publicly tweeted something that appeared to have been intended as a private message.
JASON LEE / Reuters
Experts: Two-Degree Global Warming Limit Won't Work
A temperature rise that could cause irreversible damage to civilization is practically inevitable, say experts ahead of a year of key climate talks.
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Mea Culpa: Malaysia Airlines Apologizes for Tweet
Malaysia Airlines did a mea culpa Friday for a marketing tweet that some deemed insensitive.
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World Can't Be Fail-Safe Against Extreme Weather: Report
Extreme weather events are increasing and will have devastating effects unless there's a new focus on that risk and how to adapt to it, a report says.
3-D and Beyond: Help Us Pick Gifts for Science Geeks
What do you get for the science geek on your holiday gift list? 3-D printing is hot this year, but there are lots of other cool suggestions out there.
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GMO Cattle Produce Serum to Fight Hantavirus
Serum from genetically engineered cattle might eventually be used to fight deadly diseases like Ebola and hantavirus, according to a report.
University of Bath / PA Wire
Dig This: New Dinosaur Species Discovered in Museum
Scientists discovered Pentaceratops aquilonius, a smaller cousin of Triceratops that was about the size of a buffalo.
David Livingston / Getty Images Contributor
Fetch! Dogs May Understand More Than You Think
Ever wonder just how much your dog really understands when you talk to him?
Space Surprise! DNA Survives Trip on a Rocket's Surface
A rocket experiment suggests that DNA may be able to survive a ride through outer space — and remain functional after the trip.
Ted S. Warren / AP
Shopping for Holiday Savings? Try These Four Apps
If you're trying to save some cash while holiday shopping, the best tool can be a smartphone packed with the right apps.
Graphene's Weak Spot Could Be Key to Fuel Cells
scientists in Britain have found that graphene, the world's thinnest, strongest and most impermeable material, can allow protons to pass through it.
Mystery of 'Vampire' Burials in Poland Is Solved
Just who were the corpses who were buried with sickles around their necks, or rocks at their jaws?
Does Our Energy Future Lie in Batteries Made of Clay?
Scientists say they've invented an electrically conductive material that can be molded and rolled out like cookie dough or kiddie play dough.
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What Causes the Northern Lights?
York College Astronomer Tim Paglione explains how the Northern Lights form.
Chandra X-ray Observatory Center / NASA / CXC / CfA / J.Wang et al. / La Palma/Jacobus Kapteyn Telescope / NSF / NRAO / VLA
How Far Is the 'Eye of Sauron'? Astronomers Find Out
How far is the "Eye of Sauron"? Don't ask Frodo. The distance to the galaxy named after the "Lord of the Rings" villain was calculated by scientists.
DADO RUVIC / Reuters file
Twitter to Track Which Apps Its Users Download: Re/Code
The update is opt-out, meaning Twitter will start collecting this information from users automatically unless they explicitly tell it otherwise.
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Woolly Mammoth Skeleton Sells for $300,000
A woolly mammoth skeleton, complete with tusks, was sold for nearly $300,000 (£189,000) at an auction in Britain on Wednesday.
Wooden Handle Found Intact on 5,500-Year-Old Stone Ax
An archaeological survey of sites for an undersea tunnel project in southern Denmark has turned up a stunning find.
Artist Formerly Online as Prince Quits Facebook, Twitter
The enigmatic star shut down his Twitter and Facebook accounts this week and pulled many of his music videos from YouTube.
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