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  • Hackers Can Now Break Into Your Phone Using Music

    New research shows sound waves can manipulate the accelerometer in your phone; what implications does this have for data security?

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  • Why Some Old People Act Half Their Age: It's in the Brain

    Scientists are studying people over 80 whose memories are just as good as someone in their 50s. What sets these 'SuperAgers' apart?

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  • Meet the Man Who Strapped Himself to a Rocket, For Science

    One man's quest to test the human limits of gravity on the human body.

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  • Thanks to Salad, We're One Step Closer to Colonizing Space

    ISS astronauts have been farming salad greens in space, and it could be a key to prolonged space flight.

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  • Opioids Work Really, Really Well... But We Don't Know Why

    Painkillers are incredibly good at managing pain, but the mechanism of action isn't fully understood. What do we know about how they work?

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  • What Human Body Part Is Most Nutritious To Eat?

    Only some of our ancient ancestors were cannibalistic, and a new study sheds light onto why more of them didn't eat other humans.

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  • Black Holes And Gravitational Waves Might Help Us Find Dark Matter

    How exactly? Well, it involves a whole bunch of axions and a phenomenon called superradiance.

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  • It's Possible to Hack NASA Satellites... But then what?

    Satellites are just computer-controlled machines in space, and they can be hacked, but is that always a bad thing?

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  • How Close Are We to Space Tourism?

    Going to space on vacation might be a reality sooner than you think. But the question is, can you afford it?

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  • This New 'Perfect' Battery Has Experts Stumped

    The new battery boasts a solid electrolyte, an advancement that would be hailed as a monumental achievement. But is it too good to be true?

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