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How to set up a DIY home security system

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MIT used bacteria to create a self-ventilating workout shirt

Technology Next step: a garment that releases a nice aroma at the gym. Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have...

Astronauts are set to perform an emergency spacewalk on Tuesday

Space A computer on the ISS failed, but the station and crew were never in any danger. On Tuesday, astronauts on...

Microwaving mushrooms might be the healthiest way to eat them, but at what cost

Health The most nutritious mushrooms are the ones you actually eat. How we cook our mushrooms changes the level of nutrients...

Swimming pools are full of poop, but they probably won't make you sick

Health They're still gross, though. Sure, ten grams of poo can wash off a little kid's butt—but only a tiny percentage...

Scientists are spelunking for cave gunk to fight superbugs

Science Deep in caverns around the world, bacteria are laboring to make antibiotics we can discover and use for ourselves. Caves...

This week in tech: Google I/O, new Amazon tablets, and adorable selfie filters

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Turns out the Svalbard seed vault is probably fine

Environment Deep breaths. A failure at a fail-safe vault. The irony is delicious, but that’s not the whole story. Read on.

Meet the armored soldiers and nuclear artillery of a future war that never was

Military Wars of future past. A concept for soldiers from 1956 guesses at the future in an interesting way.

Rocket Lab may try to launch its Electron rocket for the first time this...

Space The launch window opens on Sunday afternoon. On Sunday, a small but powerful rocket may launch for the first time....

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Hundreds join international March for Science in Edmonton

Concerned Edmontonians joined members of the local scientific community to raise awareness of what they describe as attacks on science.

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