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Mesopaper's pollutant-filtering technology mimics the human nose.
Installation begins on Jeff Bezos' 10,000-year clock
February 21, 2018, 11:51 a.m. by John Platt
The clock is "designed to be a symbol, an icon for long-term thinking."
For a quick lesson on gene editing or blockchain, there's Five Levels of Difficulty
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Video series challenges an expert to explain a complicated concept to people at five levels of expertise.
'Completely new form of 3-D vision' found in praying mantises
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Using tiny eyewear, researchers tricked the insects into revealing secrets that could help inspire better robots.
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