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23-10-17 (20:29)   Robotic underwater miners can go where humans can't (Newscientist.com)
23-10-17 (20:05)   Former BioWare Developer Says EA Is Moving Toward Open World, Microtransaction Focus (GameInformer.com)
23-10-17 (19:43)   Possible exomoon may be an ocean-covered world as big as Saturn (Newscientist.com)
23-10-17 (18:57)   Hard drive full? Here's how to uninstall Steam games to save space (Digital Trends)
23-10-17 (18:36)   Shrew skulls shrink for winter survival (Nature)
23-10-17 (18:00)   5 'mad scientists' of post-Revolution Russia (Newscientist.com)
23-10-17 (17:50)   Newfound Wormhole Allows Information to Escape Black Holes (Quanta Magazine)
23-10-17 (16:59)   This is what Adderall does to your brain (Mashable)
23-10-17 (16:43)   Geese-like birds seem to have survived the dinosaur extinction (Newscientist.com)
23-10-17 (16:43)   Chronic back pain stem cell treatment could cut need for opioids (Newscientist.com)
23-10-17 (16:10)   Apple sees its mobile devices as platform for artificial intelligence (Reuters)
23-10-17 (16:05)   Iranian scholar sentenced to death (Nature)
23-10-17 (16:01)   Taikonaut seeks to fly again, pledges "absolute loyalty" as CPC member (Ars Technica)
23-10-17 (16:00)   Narcissists aren't very conservative but believe in inequality (Newscientist.com)
23-10-17 (15:36)   Photons pair up like superconducting electrons (Nature)
23-10-17 (15:21)   The Math and Science of Forced Perspective (Fstoppers)
23-10-17 (15:14)   Can Robots Help Get More Girls Into Science and Tech? (WIRED)
23-10-17 (15:05)   Scientists discover 9.7 million year old teeth that could change history (SlashGear)
23-10-17 (14:41)   France and China will study ocean-based climate change next year (Engadget)
23-10-17 (14:29)   The bourgeois biologist who sparked Russia's genetics revolution (Newscientist.com)
23-10-17 (14:10)   AstraZeneca among backers as Swiss cancer biotech raises $200 million (Reuters)
23-10-17 (13:50)   Quantum machine goes in search of the Higgs boson (Nature)
23-10-17 (13:50)   Jupiter's stormy winds churn deep into the planet (Nature)
23-10-17 (13:36)   Sabre-toothed cats prowled Europe 200,000 years after supposedly going extinct (Nature)
23-10-17 (13:36)   The science of puppy dog eyes (Nature)
23-10-17 (13:03)   Amazon backs German artificial intelligence research hub (Reuters)
23-10-17 (12:00)   Is evolution about chance or fate? Well, it depends (Newscientist.com)
23-10-17 (12:00)   A world where cameras are always on may make us less human (Newscientist.com)
23-10-17 (10:49)   GSK wins U.S. shingles vaccine approval, UK nod for gene therapy (Reuters)
23-10-17 (10:43)   Blue Planet II: Why Sir David will never tire of his work (BBC News)
23-10-17 (10:13)   The Big Indie Pitch interviews: We Heart Dragons on tactical space dogfighting in Space Krieg (Pocket Gamer.biz)
23-10-17 (09:12)   EPA cancels scientists' climate change talk at the last minute (Engadget)
23-10-17 (05:12)   Stephen Hawking makes his doctoral thesis available online (Engadget)
23-10-17 (02:28)   Stephen Hawking makes one of his most famous research papers available online (Mashable)
23-10-17 (02:26)   Prepare for liftoff! 17 upcoming space missions worth getting excited about (Digital Trends)
23-10-17 (01:07)   More acidic oceans 'will affect all sea life' (BBC News)
22-10-17 (21:38)   It's Official: Fidget Spinners Were Meant for Space (Nerdist)
22-10-17 (20:47)   CO? benefits of regrowing forests nothing to sniff at (Ars Technica)
22-10-17 (18:06)   Space That Never Was is one artist's vision of a never-ending space race (TheVerge)
22-10-17 (17:18)   McConnell on healthcare bills: What does Trump want? (Reuters)
22-10-17 (16:18)   How Jane Goodall became Jane Goodall (Ars Technica)
22-10-17 (16:05)   Star Wars: Battlefront II's Campaign Is a "Safe Space," Separate From Multiplayer (Comicbook.com)
22-10-17 (15:18)   Evolution experiment has now followed 68,000 generations of bacteria (Ars Technica)
22-10-17 (09:00)   Broken faces of the Great War (Newscientist.com)
22-10-17 (07:58)   Fiber optic lines can double as earthquake detectors (Engadget)
22-10-17 (02:12)   Study says body cameras don't always change police behavior (Engadget)
21-10-17 (20:39)   Classic '90s space strategy games Star Control 1 & 2 land on Steam (PC Gamer)
21-10-17 (17:06)   Why Only The Brave director Joseph Kosinski left science fiction (TheVerge)
21-10-17 (16:18)   Critics urge WHO to reverse choice of Mugabe as goodwill envoy (Reuters)
21-10-17 (15:18)   Artificial eye dominance may speed reading for people with dyslexia (Ars Technica)
21-10-17 (14:39)   The science of how much sleep you actually need (Business Insider)
21-10-17 (13:14)   Space Photos of the Week: 130 Million Light Years Away, Two Neutron Stars Collide (WIRED)
21-10-17 (13:03)   Critics urge WHO to reverse 'wrong' choice of Mugabe as goodwill envoy (Reuters)
21-10-17 (12:00)   Too much information? The data-driven future of health (Newscientist.com)
21-10-17 (10:49)   Choice of Mugabe as goodwill WHO envoy shocks, baffles (Reuters)
21-10-17 (04:12)   Vector plans three 'microsatellite' launches in Virginia (Engadget)
21-10-17 (01:36)   Power Rangers Ninja Steel And In Space Legacy Designs Revealed (Comicbook.com)
21-10-17 (01:36)   The place spacecraft go to die (BBC News)
21-10-17 (00:22)   NASA model improves odds of finding habitable exoplanets (SlashGear)
21-10-17 (00:13)   Pieces of a famous comet will fall to Earth this weekend (Mashable)
20-10-17 (23:32)   Archaeologists are mystified by ancient "gates" in Saudi lava fields (Ars Technica)
20-10-17 (23:07)   The 5 Things That Bring Jane Goodall Hope (Nerdist)
20-10-17 (23:00)   Google's quantum computing plans threatened by IBM curveball (Newscientist.com)
20-10-17 (22:59)   7 haunted houses across America you should definitely visit this Halloween (Mashable)
20-10-17 (22:28)   Scarlett Johansson organized a special, star-studded benefit to help Puerto Rico (Mashable)
20-10-17 (22:25)   These are the countries on Earth with the most junk in space (Business Insider)
20-10-17 (22:25)   Turn-based roguelike Deep Sky Derelicts channels Darkest Dungeon in space (PC Gamer)
20-10-17 (22:13)   The Weather Channel wants you to know there's a more pressing issue than the weather right now (Mashable)
20-10-17 (22:05)   Top Of The Table ? Starfinder (GameInformer.com)
20-10-17 (22:05)   Ancient stone gates spied on Google Earth have experts confused (SlashGear)
20-10-17 (21:40)   NASA installs a sweet new HD camera on the space station - CNET (C-Net News.com)
20-10-17 (21:32)   50-year-old research issue still biting biologists (Ars Technica)
20-10-17 (20:59)   The strongest storm on Earth right now is heading for Japan (Mashable)
20-10-17 (20:43)   Need to heat things up in the bedroom? Here are the 5 best space heaters (Digital Trends)
20-10-17 (20:38)   Edison's 'Spirit Box' Tried to Determine the Nature of Life, Not Just Talk with the Dead (Nerdist)
20-10-17 (20:29)   Volcanoes that spew stretchy ice could make dwarf planets bright (Newscientist.com)
20-10-17 (20:07)   Giant Isopods Would Make for a Frightening Invasion of Alien Crustaceans (Nerdist)
20-10-17 (20:00)   IBM's 56-qubit curveball may hit Google quantum computing plans (Newscientist.com)
20-10-17 (19:47)   EPA says it won't cut biofuel quotas after corn states push back (Ars Technica)
20-10-17 (19:39)   6 of the biggest misconceptions about happiness, according to science (Business Insider)
20-10-17 (19:32)   Big brains come with big social groups in whales and dolphins (Ars Technica)
20-10-17 (19:14)   Dark energy survives neutron star crash test while rivals fail (Newscientist.com)
20-10-17 (19:07)   The Science Behind Ouija Boards is Spookier Than Spirits (Nerdist)
20-10-17 (19:01)   NASA chooses not to tell Congress how much deep space missions cost (Ars Technica)
20-10-17 (19:00)   Scotland has banned smacking children - so should everyone else (Newscientist.com)
20-10-17 (18:43)   Dimming the sun could save corals from bleaching and hurricanes (Newscientist.com)
20-10-17 (18:43)   Pollution hot spots around the world (BBC News)
20-10-17 (17:59)   EPA's climate change website reappears, missing the word 'climate' (Mashable)
20-10-17 (17:47)   Nightmare fuel: Trapped in airplane seat crawling with bedbugs (Ars Technica)
20-10-17 (17:38)   Police Hoverbikes Will Soon Fly Over Traffic at 45 MPH (Nerdist)
20-10-17 (17:29)   Puppy dog eyes are for human benefit, say scientists (BBC News)
20-10-17 (17:12)   Blue Origin's BE-4 rocket engine completes first hot-fire test (Engadget)
20-10-17 (16:47)   Thousands of DIY foodies sickened in outbreak from poor agricultural practices (Ars Technica)
20-10-17 (16:38)   New Jane Goodall Documentary, JANE, May Be Too Pure for This World (Review) (Nerdist)
20-10-17 (15:58)   NASA study will help identify potentially habitable planets (Engadget)
20-10-17 (15:29)   Bloody exhibition is only for the brave and the bold (Newscientist.com)
20-10-17 (15:07)   German Insect Breeder is Obsessed with Photos of Bugs on His Face (Nerdist)
20-10-17 (14:36)   PostBOT delivery robot helps German mail carriers with deliveries (SlashGear)
20-10-17 (14:29)   Songbird gets angry when its rivals are brilliant at singing (Newscientist.com)
20-10-17 (14:07)   Visit Our Solar System's Celestial Bodies with Google Maps (Nerdist)
20-10-17 (14:00)   Getting on cancer's nerves: A surprising way to thwart tumours (Newscientist.com)
20-10-17 (14:00)   A home test kit may let you diagnose endometriosis years earlier (Newscientist.com)
20-10-17 (13:14)   Can We Still Rely On Science Done By Sexual Harassers? (WIRED)
20-10-17 (12:07)   Colombia vets nurse tiny spider monkey back to health (BBC News)
20-10-17 (12:00)   Feedback: This gadget promises air from your own private tree (Newscientist.com)
20-10-17 (11:36)   The space where women tell stories of abusive relationships (BBC News)
20-10-17 (09:59)   Research examines how you can control your dreams (Mashable)
20-10-17 (07:18)   Short on staff: Nursing crisis strains U.S. hospitals (Reuters)
20-10-17 (06:12)   Newly-discovered lunar cave would be great for a moon base (Engadget)
20-10-17 (03:01)   Why Are You Anxious: Video Gets Into the Science of Anxiety (TVOvermind)
20-10-17 (01:42)   The butt of every space joke is high in the sky this week (Mashable)
20-10-17 (01:42)   Study proves dogs produce more facial expressions when humans are watching (Mashable)
20-10-17 (01:18)   Scientists investigate why crows are so playful (Ars Technica)
19-10-17 (23:59)   PhD Student Writes Social Science Thesis on Threesomes (Breitbart.com)
19-10-17 (23:45)   Turning Point USA Activists Wear Diapers to Protest Safe Space Culture (Breitbart.com)
19-10-17 (23:05)   VIDEO: "Science and Star Wars" tackles speeders and hover vehicles (Inside the Magic)
19-10-17 (22:47)   Running chemical reactions in liquid metal makes atomically thin materials (Ars Technica)
19-10-17 (22:05)   Explore the Mars landscape in Chrome via Google's Access Mars project (SlashGear)
19-10-17 (22:01)   Blue Origin just sent a jolt through the aerospace industry (Ars Technica)
19-10-17 (21:39)   In glyphosate review, WHO cancer agency edited out 'non-carcinogenic' findings (Reuters)
19-10-17 (21:28)   Earth is having its second-warmest year to date, and it's not over yet (Mashable)
19-10-17 (20:18)   Chronic gastrointestinal problems? Your dirty mouth may be partly to blame (Ars Technica)
19-10-17 (20:14)   Steep decline of wasps and other flying nasties is a bad sign (Newscientist.com)
19-10-17 (19:41)   Science with the Women of Marvel (Marvel.com)
19-10-17 (19:39)   Some middle-class Americans worry Trump health subsidies cut will hurt (Reuters)
19-10-17 (18:58)   The First - LisaGay Hamilton, Oded Fehr & James Ransone Join Hulu's Space Drama *Updated* (Spoiler TV)
19-10-17 (18:53)   Stonehenge builders 'ate food from Scotland' (BBC News)
19-10-17 (18:07)   The Science of Why Captain America's Shield Bounces (Nerdist)
19-10-17 (17:28)   Game-changing gene therapy to treat blood cancer approved by the FDA (Mashable)
19-10-17 (17:13)   The Earth is surrounded by human-made bubble (Mashable)
19-10-17 (16:39)   China's first space station is going to crash into Earth ? but objects inside of it may reach the ground unharmed (Business Insider)
19-10-17 (16:18)   Boeing invests in autonomous flight tech provider Near Earth Autonomy (Reuters)
19-10-17 (16:05)   Relativity Space wants to launch rockets for 90% less with 3D printing (TechCrunch)
19-10-17 (16:00)   Dogs really can smell your fear, and then they get scared too (Newscientist.com)
19-10-17 (15:29)   Why our 'freakish' galaxy has got cosmologists seriously worried (Newscientist.com)
19-10-17 (15:00)   Win signed books about Leonardo da Vinci and Albert Einstein (Newscientist.com)
19-10-17 (14:43)   The mass extinction that might never have happened (Newscientist.com)
19-10-17 (14:43)   This 'inflatable space yacht' could be in orbit by 2022 (Digital Trends)
19-10-17 (14:40)   RiME Takes Up More Space On Switch Than On Xbox One And PlayStation 4 (Nintendo Life)
19-10-17 (14:22)   A brief history of the Earth's CO2 (BBC News)
19-10-17 (14:00)   Museum safari: The myriad unknown species lost in dusty drawers (Newscientist.com)
19-10-17 (13:48)   Free up 30GB of hard drive space in Windows 10 by cleaning up after the Fall Creators Update (BetaNews)
19-10-17 (13:29)   Speaking up against sexual abuse is hard ? #MeToo changes that (Newscientist.com)
19-10-17 (10:42)   Firefighters capture video of 'fire tornado' in Portugal (Mashable)
19-10-17 (09:14)   Alarm over decline in flying insects (BBC News)
19-10-17 (06:14)   DHS Wants More Jail Space for Illegal Aliens (Breitbart.com)
19-10-17 (04:27)   'Mythbusters' reboot comes to Science Channel on November 15th (Engadget)
19-10-17 (03:59)   Typhoon Lan will be Earth's next megastorm, with effects rippling across the Pacific (Mashable)
19-10-17 (02:13)   Obsessively checking social media during a crisis might harm your mental health (Mashable)
19-10-17 (01:57)   MacBook Pro's space bar mercilessly mocked in song - CNET (C-Net News.com)
19-10-17 (01:43)   Self-harming has risen dramatically among UK teenage girls (Newscientist.com)
19-10-17 (01:28)   Trump's NOAA nominee signed 20-year weather deal with China ... which is suspected of hacking NOAA (Mashable)
19-10-17 (00:22)   This faux skin gives robots a sense of touch (SlashGear)
19-10-17 (00:05)   Science-Fiction Weekly ? Watch Us Play The Opening Moments Of Elex (GameInformer.com)
19-10-17 (00:00)   The 5 biggest discoveries from the hunt for gravitational waves (Newscientist.com)
18-10-17 (23:58)   Laura Dern Shares Another Photo of Space Laura Dern in Star Wars: The Last Jedi (Vulture)
18-10-17 (23:55)   EA Revamping Star Wars Single-Player Game, Shutting Down Dead Space Dev Visceral (GameSpot)
18-10-17 (23:08)   A Las Vegas hotel mogul plans to send an inflatable space hotel into orbit around the moon by 2022 (Business Insider)
18-10-17 (22:42)   Now we know how the EPA's Scott Pruitt will replace science advisors with industry (Mashable)
18-10-17 (22:18)   C-sections might be relaxing the evolutionary pressure against big babies (Ars Technica)
18-10-17 (22:10)   White House says Trump opposes Senate's bipartisan Obamacare deal (Reuters)
18-10-17 (22:08)   Former Visceral designer says Dead Space 2 cost $60 million and 'underperformed' (PC Gamer)
18-10-17 (22:05)   Sleeping sickness can now be cured with pills (Nature)
18-10-17 (21:39)   White House says Trump opposes bipartisan Senate deal on Obamacare (Reuters)
18-10-17 (21:32)   New neural network teaches itself Go, spanks the pros (Ars Technica)
18-10-17 (21:00)   Hunger-blocking injection lets fat monkeys quickly lose weight (Newscientist.com)
18-10-17 (21:00)   A common herbal medicine may cause liver cancer mutations (Newscientist.com)
18-10-17 (20:47)   Herbal remedies embraced by naturopaths, alt med widely linked to liver cancers (Ars Technica)
18-10-17 (20:32)   First floating wind farm, built by offshore oil company, delivers electricity (Ars Technica)
18-10-17 (20:27)   The robots that will sweep Earth's skies (Engadget)
18-10-17 (20:24)   Sonic Forces - Space Port Gameplay Trailer (GameSpot)
18-10-17 (20:05)   Science must examine the future of work (Nature)
18-10-17 (20:05)   Blue is in the eye of the bee-holder (Nature)
18-10-17 (20:00)   Police body cams were meant to keep us safer. Are they working? (Newscientist.com)
18-10-17 (20:00)   Huge Piccadilly Circus screen will target ads at certain cars (Newscientist.com)
18-10-17 (20:00)   AlphaGo's AI upgrade gets round the need for human input (Newscientist.com)
18-10-17 (19:36)   Self-taught AI is best yet at strategy game Go (Nature)
18-10-17 (19:32)   Bipartisan Senate deal on stabilizing Obamacare runs into trouble (Reuters)
18-10-17 (19:28)   Blog: How EVE Online changed the design of citizen science games (Gamasutra)
18-10-17 (19:19)   The future of work (Nature)
18-10-17 (18:29)   Natural history books that look inside the minds of animals (Newscientist.com)
18-10-17 (18:29)   Online game will spot if you have hidden cybersecurity talents (Newscientist.com)
18-10-17 (18:19)   The shape of work to come (Nature)
18-10-17 (18:07)   What Does the Hamburger Helper's Skeleton Look Like? (Nerdist)
18-10-17 (18:05)   LEGO Women of NASA set release date and pricing info (SlashGear)
18-10-17 (17:19)   The second Renaissance (Nature)
18-10-17 (17:01)   The Earth's interior is teeming with dead plates (Ars Technica)
18-10-17 (16:43)   Journey to the city of tomorrow (Newscientist.com)
18-10-17 (16:18)   Trump backs away from bipartisan Senate healthcare bill (Reuters)
18-10-17 (15:50)   Epic star collision, asteroid fly-by and journal resignations (Nature)
18-10-17 (15:49)   U.S. Senate backers of Obamacare deal seek support but prospects unclear (Reuters)
18-10-17 (15:32)   A new LEGO set honors the women of NASA?and it looks pretty awesome (Ars Technica)
18-10-17 (15:25)   Returning to Dead Space (PC Gamer)
18-10-17 (14:38)   LEGO's New Space-Themed Set is a Studded Celebration of Women in STEM (Nerdist)
18-10-17 (14:36)   New definitions of scientific units are on the horizon (Nature)
18-10-17 (14:23)   Researchers Create 'Skin' For Robots That Will Allow Them To Feel (Ubergizmo)
18-10-17 (14:05)   Top Chinese university to consider social-media posts in researcher evaluations (Nature)
18-10-17 (14:05)   Efforts to save leading Hungarian university hit hurdle (Nature)
18-10-17 (14:00)   Hiding in plain sight: The mystery of the sun's missing matter (Newscientist.com)
18-10-17 (13:36)   The Human Cell Atlas: from vision to reality (Nature)
18-10-17 (13:24)   EA's Star Wars Action-Adventure Game Will Be Revamped; Dead Space Dev Visceral Shut Down (GameSpot)
18-10-17 (13:13)   We just got our first look at Lego's rad Women of NASA set (Mashable)
18-10-17 (13:10)   SpaceX, Spacecom to launch new satellites after explosion last year (Reuters)
18-10-17 (12:29)   Google and Apple yet to fix Wi-Fi hole in a billion devices (Newscientist.com)
18-10-17 (12:10)   Senate backers of deal to stabilize Obamacare seek to build support (Reuters)
18-10-17 (10:19)   Lessons from history for the future of work (Nature)
18-10-17 (08:56)   McDonald's South Korea office raided in burger probe: reports (Reuters)
18-10-17 (06:27)   Bigelow Aerospace plans an inflatable habitat for lunar orbit (Engadget)
18-10-17 (03:44)   Australia signs space treaty with US ahead of launching national space agency (ZDNet News)
18-10-17 (02:36)   Photo of butchered rhino wins top award (BBC News)
18-10-17 (02:16)   Studio behind Dead Space gets shut down, Star Wars game gutted (TechnoBuffalo)
18-10-17 (01:58)   EA shuts down the studio behind 'Dead Space' (Engadget)
18-10-17 (01:36)   Mysterious particles spotted in Saturn's atmosphere (Nature)
18-10-17 (01:24)   Dead Space 2 Dev Says Game Cost $60M To Make And Sold Millions, But Failed Commercially (GameSpot)
18-10-17 (01:14)   Astronaut wee could show us how the plumes on Enceladus work (Newscientist.com)
18-10-17 (01:14)   Butchery of a black rhino wins Wildlife Photographer award (Newscientist.com)
18-10-17 (00:18)   Allergan ruling casts doubt on tribal patent strategy (Reuters)
18-10-17 (00:10)   EA's Star Wars Action-Adventure Game Getting Revamped; Dead Space Dev Visceral Shut Down (GameSpot)
17-10-17 (23:59)   Astronauts got to play with fidget spinners in space (Mashable)
17-10-17 (22:06)   EA shuts down Dead Space studio Visceral, but its Star Wars game is still alive (TheVerge)
17-10-17 (22:05)   EA Shuts Down Visceral Games (Dead Space, Single-Player Star Wars Project) (GameInformer.com)
17-10-17 (21:43)   Visceral Games, the studio behind Dead Space and an upcoming Star Wars game, has been closed by EA (GamesRadar)
17-10-17 (21:32)   EA to close Dead Space studio Visceral, in-development Star Wars game moving to Vancouver (Rock, Paper, Shotgun)
17-10-17 (21:17)   'Gotham's Cory Michael Smith Joins 'First Man's Space Crew (Deadline.com)
17-10-17 (21:14)   A gaggle of 7 moons keep Saturn's rings from breaking apart (Newscientist.com)
17-10-17 (21:13)   Jane Goodall still fights for endangered chimps. She needs your help. (Mashable)
17-10-17 (21:05)   Brazilian Amazon still plagued by illegal use of natural resources (Nature)
17-10-17 (20:02)   Seattle architecture beyond the Space Needle (CNN.com)
17-10-17 (19:59)   You can now explore moons and planets with Google Maps (Mashable)
17-10-17 (19:49)   Bigelow Aerospace wants to put an inflatable space habitat in orbit around the Moon (TheVerge)
17-10-17 (19:43)   Online dating may be breaking down society's racial divisions (Newscientist.com)
17-10-17 (18:36)   Japanese research leaders warn about national science decline (Nature)
17-10-17 (18:14)   Roadside barrier that folds like origami blocks traffic noise (Newscientist.com)
17-10-17 (18:07)   The Science Behind "Light as a Feather, Stiff as a Board" Spookiness (Nerdist)
17-10-17 (18:01)   Researchers craft an LED just two atoms thick (Ars Technica)
17-10-17 (18:00)   Four brain genes help explain obsessive compulsive disorder (Newscientist.com)
17-10-17 (17:59)   Australia just ditched its Clean Energy Target for a new plan, and it's terrible for renewables (Mashable)
17-10-17 (17:25)   Trump's drug czar nominee withdraws from consideration (Reuters)
17-10-17 (17:14)   Dan Brown Declares That 'God Cannot Survive Science' (Breitbart.com)
17-10-17 (16:47)   Video: Scott Kelly stopped by and we got to ask him a few questions (Ars Technica)
17-10-17 (16:47)   Air Force General: "We'd be dumb not to" fly on SpaceX's reusable rockets (Ars Technica)
17-10-17 (16:47)   Gun waiting periods prevent hundreds of homicides, according to 45-year study (Ars Technica)
17-10-17 (16:05)   Reboot for the AI revolution (Nature)
17-10-17 (15:43)   How to clean up the dirty water Puerto Ricans are drinking (Newscientist.com)
17-10-17 (15:25)   New cancer drugs help J&J top profit estimates (Reuters)
17-10-17 (15:05)   Unitree Robotics shows off Laikago quadruped robot (SlashGear)
17-10-17 (14:00)   Ophelia shows many hurricanes could reach Europe in the future (Newscientist.com)
17-10-17 (13:19)   Give researchers a lifetime word limit (Nature)
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