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15 Times NASA's Tweets Could Have Been Poetry
Get inspired by these unexpectedly beautiful tweets.
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This Squishy, Flatulent Robot Just Wants to Be Your Friend
Isn't this octopus-inspired robot adorable?
5 Things You Must Know to Achieve Incredible Success
Whenever you do something that's truly meaningful to you, that area of the brain electrifies, Dr. John DeMartini explains.
Brain Break: Forget About Unicorns. Check Out This Blue Lobster.
With an estimated one in 2 million blue lobsters crawling around the sea floor, we think this fisherman should really consider playing Mega Millions more often.
Rewiring Your Brain to Become a Better Leader
Neuroplasticity has altered our understanding about the workings of our brain and shown that we have underestimated our vast potential for changing how we act and think.
These 'Biohybrid' Robots Crawl Like Sea Turtles
"We're building a living machine -- a biohybrid robot," project lead Victoria Webster said.
Brain Break: Who Let the Robot Out?
A humanoid robot in Russia made a break for it, but people are wondering if it's all a hoax and not just human error.
The Evolution of Anxiety: Why We Worry and What to Do About It
Worry is a problem for humans, but not animals. Read on to find out why.
Scientists Made Transparent Wood That's Stronger Than Glass
See-through wood is now a thing.
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All You Need to Control This Wheelchair Is Your Face
A Brazilian startup hopes to bring this innovative wheelchair to market in the next two years.
A 15-Year-Old From Quebec Bested Indiana Jones and Discovered an Ancient Mayan City Without Leaving Home
Your move, Indy.
This One Thing Will Help You Get Better Sleep, New Study Says
Data from the University of Michigan looks at sleep patterns around the world.
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This Crazy Material Becomes Stronger the More You Stretch It
It's fairly counterintuitive to the usual laws of science.
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I Belong Here: 3 Ways to Attract More Women to STEM
A feeling of belonging is one of the strongest predictors of a female being attracted to a STEM career.
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