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By Pam Belluck For the first time, the Food and Drug Administration has approved a digital pill — a medication embedded with a sensor that...

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By Edwin Cartlidge Limited funding and a dearth of newly discovered particles are forcing physicists to cut back plans for their next major accelerator project: a multibillion-dollar...

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By Mike Wall Uber's planned "flying cars" will navigate crowded city skies with some help from NASA, if everything goes according to plan. The space agency...

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By Brandon Withrow What has improved American lives most in the last 50 years? According to a Pew Research study reported this month, it’s not civil rights...

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By Mika McKinnon Cosmic rays may have just unveiled a hidden chamber within Egypt’s most famous pyramid. An international team led by Kunihiro Morishima at Nagoya University in...

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By Robert F. Service 3D printing has taken the world by storm, but it currently works best with plastic and porous steel—materials too weak for hard-core...

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By Alexandra Witze Hawaii’s board of land and natural resources granted a fresh construction permit to the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) on 28 September, reviving the...

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By Heidi Ledford Gene-edited human embryos have offered a glimpse into the earliest stages of development, while hinting at the role of a pivotal protein that...

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By Jennifer Berglund In late 2012 NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope spotted what appeared to be plumes of water vapor spewing from the frozen surface of...

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By Alison Abbott Leading neuroscientists are joining forces to study the brain — in much the same way that physicists team up in mega-projects to hunt...