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11.10.16
Scientists developed a USB stick that can perform an HIV test
11.10.16

Scientists developed a USB stick that can perform an HIV test

The compact device could be used by doctors and patients to monitor treatment.

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11.16.15
Scientists want to laser-heat stuff to ten million degrees
11.16.15

Scientists want to laser-heat stuff to ten million degrees

Making things hotter than the sun in under a second with Lasers!

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10.25.15
Eye-tracking robot arm lets you paint while you eat
10.25.15

Eye-tracking robot arm lets you paint while you eat

Researchers have shown how eye tracking and a robotic arm let you make art hands-free.

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03.31.15
Vibrating pen makes it easier for Parkinson's patients to write
03.31.15

Vibrating pen makes it easier for Parkinson's patients to write

The ARC pen pictured above might look laughably large, but it could be the perfect option for folk...

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06.19.14
'Bleeding' pants can show paralympians that they're injured
06.19.14

'Bleeding' pants can show paralympians that they're injured

One of the biggest worries paralympians have is sustaining injuries in areas where they won't be a...

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05.19.14
Scientists find a way to create matter from light
05.19.14

Scientists find a way to create matter from light

Scientists have long theorized that you can create matter from light by colliding photons, but pro...

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07.18.13
Med students develop knife that can detect cancerous tissues within seconds
07.18.13

Med students develop knife that can detect cancerous tissues within seconds

Here's one for the medical journals: researchers at London's Imperial College have created a high-...

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