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Microsoft is investing in quantum physics research that could lead to a whole new kind of computer.
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Huge differences in renewable energy and natural gas potential influenced the EPA’s proposed carbon regulations.
- Biotech Makes Personalized Cancer Vaccines Using Tumor Samples
Training immune cells with genes harvested from a patient’s own tumor could make an already promising new cancer treatment even better.
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If a device could capture every moment in life for your easy recall later, would you want it to? There are plenty of things I’d rather forget.
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The workhorse of conventional solar power, silicon solar cells, could soon be cheap and efficient enough to beat fossil fuels.
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A new way to make the most efficient and powerful types of solar cells could help solar power compete with fossil fuels.
- Why Apple Wants to Help You Track Your Health
Apple is betting that self-tracking will become more common, and more clinically important. <
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Ending the covid pandemic might well require a vaccine that protects against any new strains. Researchers may have found a strategy that will work.
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There’s a robust molecular language being spoken between your muscles and your brain.
The 1,000 Chinese SpaceX engineers who never existed
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