Photography has helped us to see things we couldn’t see with our eyes. It has captured important moments in time. It has even helped to some of the mysteries of the universe. Click through the features at this link to see some of the most significant photos of all time.
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Scientists have created a robot that can be controlled with brain waves and subtle hand gestures. This paves the way for more responsive and intuitive robots. Are robot butlers and personal care workers in our future?
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Though we typically think of archaelogy as occuring on land, subaquatic archaelogists explore ancient underwater sites. This article describes some of their important discoveries.
Dogs are humanity’s best friends, but we may have even more reason to love them. Read the article to learn more about how dogs could be the key to detecting cancer in people.
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The World Wide Web recently celebrated its 30th anniversary. Read about how the internet as we know it was developed and how it transformed the world.
Why do Americans distrust robots? Do we have anything to fear? Read information from both sides of the debate.
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Could humans one day live on Mars? Read about the research and exploration being done to determine if that is a real possibility.
Source: The Ecologist
This article provides examples of past, present, and future technology inspired by nature.
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Researchers from the University of California, Irvine, found that access to smartphones distracts people from negative situations and also serves as social support.
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Girl Scouts earning cybersecurity badges are not only preparing to combat modern threats, they may help decrease the inequality in STEM fields.