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Get the Mach newsletter. SUBSCRIBE Automakers have been working on self-driving cars for years. Now they’re using autonomous technology to make household objects move on their own. From ...
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Fishermen off the coast of Holland made a startling discovery when they hauled in a skull fragment belonging to the “oldest Dutchman.” The fragment dates back over 13,000 ...
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Get the Mach newsletter. SUBSCRIBE A devastating knee injury at the end of last season jeopardized American skier Laurenne Ross’ Olympic dream, but with the help of virtual ...
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The human race has come a very long way in a short amount of time, but what is coming around the corner will change everything we thought we ...
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Get the Mach newsletter. SUBSCRIBE Augmented reality (AR) technologies that blend computer-generated images and data from MRI and CT scans with real-world views are making it possible for ...
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Close up of barbed antler arrow point with copper end blade shortly after it was removed from the ice. (Government of Yukon photo) A rare copper arrowhead discovered ...
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Get the Mach newsletter. SUBSCRIBE In the 2015 movie “The Martian,” astronaut Mark Watney survives on Mars by growing potato plants in his own waste. The scenario is ...
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File illustration of an asteroid (Texas A&M) A newly discovered asteroid that will fly safely past Earth today (Feb. 9) may be larger than a celestial object that ...
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LONDON — Scientists have assembled the most complete human genome to be mapped with a single technology using a new pocket-size portable DNA sequencer, which they say could ...
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Archaeologists examine the Roman mosaic discovered in the ancient city of Caesarea (Photo: Assaf Peretz, Israel Antiquities Authority) Archaeologists in Israel have uncovered a rare multicolored Roman mosaic ...
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