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Wireless Magnetic Fields and Actuator ‘Muscles’ Allow Folding Robots to Move Without Batteries

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CONFUSED!! Apple iPad Or Samsung Galaxy Tab S3? Which Is Best?

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Avoiding being a ‘trophy’ data scientist

The Violent Birth of ‘Martyrdom’ – How the Ancient Concept Informs Modern Religious Violence

Eh? What’s that? Anolis cristatellus Lacking an External Ear. Also, One Getting Eaten by a Knight Anole and a Brown Anole Eaten by a Warbler

Popular Design News of the Week: July 17, 2017 – July 23, 2017

First Graphite joins Australian graphene research hub

How To Repair Cracks In Marriages

Supreme Court Judge: Of Course I Believe in the Devil! ...Do You?

Seals are diphyletic. Goodbye Pinnipedia!

Hominid Hanky Panky Led to 'Ghost' Species of Ancient Human

Study: ACA-backed efforts to reduce hospital readmissions also reduced mortality [The Pump Handle]

Indian Railways Catering System Serving Unfit Food For Human Consumption: Report

Mysterious Map Emerges at the Dawn of the Egyptian Civilization and Depicts Antarctica Without Ice – Who Made it?

Graphenea announces new graphene oxide pilot plant

Ask Ethan: Could The Fabric Of Spacetime Be Defective? (Synopsis) [Starts With A Bang]

The Moto Z2 Play Releases Locally on July 21, Price Announced

Climate Change & Anthropocene Extinction 5: What are the IPCC predictions for biodiversity loss?

Female Phantoms of Stirling Castle: Ghostly Encounters with a Handmaiden and Her Queen

Comics of the Week #399

A Letter To The Logging Company That Is Suing Greenpeace [Greg Laden's Blog]

The Future Of Astronomy: Thousands Of Radio Telescopes That Can See Beyond The Stars (Synopsis) [Starts With A Bang]

Occupational Health News Roundup [The Pump Handle]

Who shot first? [Greg Laden's Blog]

Around the Web: A quick list of readings on “predatory” open access journals [Confessions of a Science Librarian]

He’s on fire! How the hot hand helped Golden State become NBA champions (Synopsis) [Starts With A Bang]

Health advocates threaten lawsuit against firm importing asbestos to U.S. [The Pump Handle]

Zika remains a serious threat. Federal funding cuts will make the problem even worse. [The Pump Handle]

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