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Human error has made the soccer game entertaining and heartbreaking for as long as the game has existed. Some errors even lead to the countries losing World Cups. However, new technology offers hope for fairer play.

Baba Tamim | Nov 25, 2022 07:56 AM EST
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NASA will now take "the next steps in solar sailing" after the LightSail 2 spacecraft burned up in Earth's atmosphere.

Chris Young | Nov 22, 2022 10:58 AM EST
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A recent study highlighted the crucial role dams could play in securing long-term food security. IE discovers more in an exclusive interview with one of the researchers.

Sade Agard | Nov 21, 2022 08:12 AM EST
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Could the solution to interstellar travel be to take as much of Earth as we can with us?

Matthew S. Williams | Nov 20, 2022 03:58 AM EST

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University of Cambridge researchers designed radiation-resistant ultrathin solar cells that could improve spacecraft for harsher environments and could help in the search for life on Jupiter's Europa.

Sade Agard | Nov 19, 2022 04:05 AM EST
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Europe is responding to developing countries' proposals on loss and damage payments caused by climate change, but the U.S. has not, and the saga of climate summits continues.

Baba Tamim | Nov 18, 2022 07:35 AM EST
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A simulated moonwalk in Arizona allowed engineers to test a wearable for future Artemis astronauts.

Chris Young | Nov 17, 2022 03:01 AM EST
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Chris Long is no stranger to getting millions involved in social causes and now want to leverage technology to involve billions of people.

Ameya Paleja | Nov 15, 2022 09:22 AM EST
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Two researchers become the first to map all the glaciers that end in the ocean and estimate their pace of change over the previous 20 years.

Sade Agard | Nov 14, 2022 06:15 AM EST