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Forbes | Science by Brian Koberlein, Contributor, Brian.. - 3h ago

A new way to measure our galaxy's motion through the cosmos uses other galaxies rather than the cosmic background.
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In an unusual role reversal, one tiny invasive insect is controlling the species composition and architecture of a large community of forest birds along the East Coast of the United States
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Many people think professors "just" teach. Here is what they actually do at research-intensive universities.
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Humanity's greatest-ever view of the Big Bang's leftover glow has just released their final analysis. Here's what we've learned.
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Analytics company Ursa just raised $5.7 million to build out its satellite radar analytics products.
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When the Apollo 11 mission launched on July 16, 1969, it drove the New York Times to issue one of the most famous newspaper corrections in history.
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It may be hot outside, but let's talk about snow. Specifically, at what point is the time until the next snowfall less than the time since the last snowfall? Read more to find out.
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Forbes | Science by Andréa Morris, Contributor, Andréa .. - 1d ago

The festival program is comprised of films, interactive art, live demos, Q&As, a robot cocktail party and an award ceremony. This year’s events were introduced by Knight and Evan Ackerman, contributing editor for the popular robotics blog Automation.
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The Universe was born with equal amounts of matter and antimatter. How did matter win?
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Based on the analysis of seismic waves, an international research team suggests that diamonds are far more common in the lower zones of earth's crust as previously assumed.
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