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06.14.16
Nanorods could harvest water in dry climates
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Nanorods could harvest water in dry climates

The accidental discovery holds on to water until you don't need it.

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04.22.16
Accidental discovery could help batteries last years longer
04.22.16

Accidental discovery could help batteries last years longer

While fiddling with nanowire and gel, scientists made a battery lasting over 200,000 charge cycles.

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10.09.14
Astronomers accidentally discovered the brightest pulsar on record
10.09.14

Astronomers accidentally discovered the brightest pulsar on record

Remember NuSTAR, the specialized space telescope NASA designed specifically to study black holes?...

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05.15.14
How a water bottle gave birth to a whole new world of self-healing products
05.15.14

How a water bottle gave birth to a whole new world of self-healing products

IBM's had a breakthrough in accelerated materials science and it's owed, in part, to a Dasani wate...

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12.04.12
NASA accidentally improves weather forecasting with lunar dust-measuring lasers
12.04.12

NASA accidentally improves weather forecasting with lunar dust-measuring lasers

Anyone that's ever tried to plan an outdoor activity in advance knows that weather forecasting is...

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