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Energy    November 21, 2016
Posted by Kacey Deamer

Small, intense storms known as “weather bombs” may trigger rare tremors deep within the Earth, offering scientists a new way to study the mysterious structure and inner workings of the planet, according to a new study. more By clicking on this link, you are now leaving ThinkFurtherAlger.com. The reference to a link to a third […]

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Technology    October 5, 2016
Posted by Ted Talk

Once invisible details of our lives can now be tracked and turned into data. Will this make life easier or more complicated? This hour, TED speakers imagine how Big Data will reshape our world. more   By clicking on this link, you are now leaving ThinkFurtherAlger.com. The reference to a link to a third party […]

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Medicine, Technology    August 4, 2016
Posted by Jordana Cepelewicz
FutureGlasses

As people age, they often require bifocals or several pairs of glasses to see objects both near and far. Deep Optics, a technology start-up based in Israel, is working on an alternative: eyeglasses that automatically refocus on any target at which the wearer looks. The “omnifocals” adjust focal length by relying on the interaction between […]

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Technology    June 9, 2016
Posted by Jennifer Hackett

When Kate Rubins heard back from NASA in 2009, she traded her clean suit for a spacesuit. Rubins, a trained virologist, is a member of the 20th group of astronauts chosen by the space agency, and she is poised to make her first trip to the ISS this month. Since her selection, she has closed […]

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Technology    June 6, 2016
Posted by Prachi Patel

Researchers have decoded the genomes of mammoths and a 700,000-year-old horse using DNA fragments extracted from fossils in the past few years. DNA clearly persists far longer than the bodies for which it carries the genetic codes. more By clicking on this link, you are now leaving ThinkFurtherAlger.com. The reference to a link to a […]

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