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This AI Supercomputer Has 13.5 Million Cores—and Was Built in Just Three Days

Artificial intelligence is on a tear. Machines can speak, write, play games, and generate original images, video, and music. But as AI's capabilities have...

These Engineered Cells Are Super Soldiers That Hunt Down Cancers

A new cancer therapy is a match made in heaven. On one side is CRISPR, the gene-editing technology that’s taken genetic engineering by storm. The...

A Pristine Chunk of Space Rock Found Within Hours of Hitting Earth Can Tell Us About the Birth of the Solar System

At about 10 o'clock on the night of February 28, 2021, a fireball streaked through the sky over England. The blazing extraterrestrial visitor was...

This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through November 19)

FUTURE Picture Limitless Creativity at Your Fingertips Kevin Kelly | Wired "For the first time in history, humans can conjure up everyday acts of creativity on demand,...

NASA’s Artemis Launch Just Kicked Off a New Age in Space Exploration

Human spaceflight has suffered a significant lull since the groundbreaking Apollo missions of the 1960s and 70s. But that looks set to change following...

In an Industry First, Upside Foods’ Lab-Grown Chicken Gets FDA Approval

In 2020, cultured meat startup Memphis Meats raised $161 million in Series B funding, making it the most-funded startup in the industry. The investment...

A New Sperm-Blocking Male Birth Control Method Is Being Put to the Test

Women have far more control over their bodies today than we did before the pill was invented. But reproduction is a two-player game, and...

Electrical Zaps Woke Up Dormant Neurons to Help Paralyzed People Walk Again

What was science fiction is now scientific reality: with a series of targeted electrical zaps to the spinal cord, nine paralyzed people immediately walked...
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NASA Will Buy Lunar Dust in the First Commercial Transaction on the Moon

Private companies are playing an ever greater role in space, in many cases with the blessing of national space agencies. Now Japan has issued...

Radioactive Traces in Tree Rings Reveal Earth’s History of Unexplained ‘Radiation Storms’

In searching for planets and studying their stars, I’ve had the privilege of using some of the world’s great telescopes. However, our team has...

This Week’s Awesome Tech Stories From Around the Web (Through November 12)

BIOTECH CRISPR Cancer Trial Success Paves the Way for Personalized Treatments Heidi Ledford | Nature "A small clinical trial has shown that researchers can use CRISPR gene...

An Antarctic Neutrino Telescope Has Detected a Signal From the Heart of a Nearby Active Galaxy

An enormous neutrino observatory buried deep in the Antarctic ice has discovered only the second extra-galactic source of the elusive particles ever found. In results...

In a World First, Two People Received Transfusions of Lab-Grown Blood

Of the four main blood types, the most common is Type O-positive, accounting for 37 percent of the population. Type O-negative, meanwhile, is a...

This Solar Car Just Toured the US, and Will Start Production Next Year

The push to retire combustion engine cars and transition to electric vehicles is intensifying, even as energy prices rise and electrical grids get stretched...

Scientists Tap Into Biology’s ‘Mirror Dimension’ to Create Ultra-Strong Synthetic RNA

I get frustrated every time I grab a glove and realize it’s for the opposite hand. But to synthetic biologists, this annoyance is a biological...

Scientists Build the First Crucial Components of a Molecular Computer

All life, as far as we know, assembles itself molecule by molecule. The blueprint for our bodies is encoded on ribbons of DNA and...

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