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Forget passwords and even fingerprint identification: What if your devices could recognize you and unlock based solely on how your brain reacts to different words?
Scientific investigators from NASA, the Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences in Colorado and several other institutions are joining forces to investigate a mysterious methane hotspot located in the Four Corners regions of the southwestern US.
Three men suffering from severe nerve damage volunteered to have their hands amputated and replaced with mind-controlled bionic prostheses, according to research published Tuesday in the medical journal The Lancet.
-- Next Generation of Scientific Thinkers Invited to Compete for $25,000 in the Discovery Education 3M Young Scientist Challenge -- SILVER SPRING, Md. and ST. PAUL, Minn., Jan.
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CEO/ Founder of Fast Forward Labs and Scientist Emeritus at Bitly to Discuss What's Possible When Data Science is Coupled with Creativity IRVINE, Calif., Jan.
A rare 520 million year old fossil shaped like a 'squashed bird's nest' that will help to shed new light on life within Earth's ancient seas has been discovered in China by an international research team - and will honor the memory of a University of Leicester scientist who passed away earlier this year.
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Liliensternus is a genus of dinosaur from the Late Triassic Period (215 to 200 million years ago). It was discovered in Germany in 1934 and named for the German scientist Dr. Hugo RÃ¼hle von Lilienstern. The type species is L. liliensterni. A second species recovered has since been given separate genus status. Liliensternus was about 17 feet long and weighed up to 280 pounds. It may have preyed upon herbivorous dinosaurs such as Plateosaurus. Photo Copyright and Credit
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