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Can this giant cleanup device save the ocean?
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is the world’s largest collection of floating trash. It’s an area in the Pacific Ocean between California and Hawaii that consists of over 87,000 tons of garbage — everything from plastic bottles to abandoned fishing nets to debris. It’s one of many concentrations of trash that sit in our oceans. Now a Boyan Slat, a young entrepreneur and college dropout has an ambitious plan to clean it up.
The real-life dino science behind Jurassic World03:04
This algorithm can help resettle refugees by giving them a better shot at employment02:13
What home means to astronaut Peggy Whitson01:50
'Space Force' could be the first new American military branch in 71 years01:57
Like a rolling stone: A surveillance robot that can travel on any terrain01:17
Building consciousness: How Westworld's sentient robots could become a reality05:19