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ReachBot, achieves large reach with a small footprint, accessing steep, vertical, and overhanging surfaces in Martian caves.

Deena Theresa | 8/23/2022
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An arts collective is trying to get an AI-supported candidate into Danish Parliament in 2023. Could we have a fully virtual candidate one day?

Paul Ratner | 8/23/2022
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The Hybrid Observatory for Earth-like Exoplanets (HOEE) would convert the largest ground-based telescopes into the most powerful planet finders yet.

Deena Theresa | 8/22/2022
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Dr. Shah explained how he and his team made significant advances in translational cell therapy, successfully developing cellular treatments for cancer.

Baba Tamim | 8/22/2022

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Scientists at the University of Chicago have described a palatable way to deliver a compound that could reverse food allergies and inflammatory diseases.

Deena Theresa | 8/21/2022
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Dalibor Farny, who claims to the be the only person in the world making Nixie tubes, talks about his mammoth-sized project that has consumed his life. Farny's work includes making calibrated displays for NASA and Nixie tube clocks for exhibitions.

Deena Theresa | 8/20/2022
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Ashutosh Vashishtha has created a study desk that can generate electricity, based on the simple principle of electromagnetism.

Deena Theresa | 8/19/2022
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The new book “Climate Change and Human Behavior” bridges the gap by explaining how a warming planet increases aggression and violence.

Deena Theresa | 8/18/2022
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Marianne Paguia Gonzalez, a technologist and systems engineer at JPL-NASA, gives us insights into her work for the space agency and a whole lot of pointers on getting into NASA.

Deena Theresa | 8/17/2022