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New journal Science Robotics is Established to Chronicle the Rise of the Robots

Devin Coldewey reports: Robots have been a major focus in the technology world for decades and decades, but they and basic science, and for that matter everyday life, have largely been… 278 more words

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This beloved brewery is powered entirely by its own beer. Yup: beer energy!

After more than a decade of delicious craft-beer-making, Magic Hat Brewery had grown into a major operation. They got so big, in fact, that they … actually couldn’t get any bigger. 21 more words

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INVENTREPRENEURS, BAGONG PAG-ASA NG SIYENSA AT TEKNOLOHIYA SA BANSA

            Isang mas positibong pananaw ang inaani ngayon ng DOST matapos magpahayag ng suporta ang Filipino Inventors Society Producers Cooperative (FISPC) sa kanilang programang inilulunsad sa pamamagitan ng Technology Application and Promotion Institute (TAPI). 162 more words

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Rocket Men: Why Tech’s Biggest Billionaires Want their Place in Space

Forget gilded mansions and super yachts. Among the tech elite, space exploration is now the ultimate status symbol.

Dan Tynan reports: The explosion could be felt 30 miles away. 628 more words

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How to Tell if That Clump of Cells is Alive

“True law is right reason in agreement with nature; it is of universal application, unchanging and everlasting; it summons to duty by its commands, and averts from wrongdoing by its prohibitions…Whoever disobeys is fleeing from himself and denying his human nature, and by reason of this very fact he will suffer the worst penalties, even if he escapes what is commonly called punishment.” 837 more words

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Where from? Where to?

Looking for a good read for the upcoming festive season, I was actually stunned to find a small number of very recent publications that broadly cover the essential questions of humanity: Where do we come from?  703 more words

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Eat Crapsules: Researchers Probe the Power of Poop

Scientists are seeking to make poop an easy pill to swallow.

Once viewed by many physicians as a controversial treatment, fecal transplantation (though it is still classified by the U.S. 838 more words

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