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By Ben Popken YouTube is a supercomputer working to achieve a specific goal — to get you to spend as much time on YouTube as...

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By Rafi Letzter A team of chemists has created a substance that can change its color and stiffness, which they're comparing to chameleon skin. The stretchy material is made up...

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By Daniel Clery Thanks to NASA's pioneering Kepler probe, we know our galaxy is teeming with exoplanets. Now, a new generation of exoplanet hunters is...

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By Cleve R. Wootson Jr. Here’s a tip for the planners among us: If you have dinner reservations or theater tickets for Sept. 22, 2135...

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By Amy Maxmen Dexter Hadley thinks that artificial intelligence (AI) could do a far better job at detecting breast cancer than doctors do — if screening...

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By Mike Wall The next time a hazardous asteroid lines Earth up in its crosshairs, we may be ready for the threat. Scientists and engineers with the U.S....

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By David Cyranoski A 60-metre-high chimney stands among a sea of high-rise buildings in one of China’s most polluted cities. But instead of adding to Xian’s...

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By Jeff Tollefson The United States filled a crucial gap in its weather-forecasting arsenal when it launched its latest geostationary satellite on 1 March. The craft...

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By Jeanna Bryner Humans will make contact with aliens by the end of the century, theoretical physicist and futurist Michio Kaku told Redditers last week. However,...

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By Davide Castelvecchi Victor Buso was eager to use the new camera on his telescope. But the amateur astronomer didn’t want to disturb his neighbours with...