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Headlines:Epic’s hyperrealistic MetaHumans can soon be animated using an iPhone | The Verge (01:04)Cheap, fast induction tech enables unlimited-size 3D metal printing | New Atlas (04:55)Scientists develop 'cosmic concrete' to construct habitats on Mars | Interesting Engineering (10:53)New “Biohybrid” Neural Implant Could Restore Function in Paralyz…
On today’s episode, DARPA wants to build a giant futuristic boat plane, neutrinos have been spotted inside a particle accelerator for the first time, and controlling photons of light have always been tricky…until now. Every Friday, join hosts MJ Banias and Stephanie Gerk as they roundup the latest science and tech stories from the pages of The Debr…
Insect bites in plant fossils reveal leaves could fold shut millions of years ago Flower-producing and seed-producing plants developed the folding ability independently By Carolyn Gramling
Static electricity helps parasitic nematodes glom onto victims The electric charge generated by a flying insect is strong enough to pull in a leaping nematode By James R. Riordon
How raccoon dog DNA fits into the COVID-19 origins debate A new analysis links the foxlike animals with the coronavirus at the start of the pandemic It's been three years since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
By flying over atmospheric rivers, scientists aim to improve forecasts These drenching storms are pummeling the U.S. West Coast, bringing dangerous flooding and snow How to study atmospheric rivers By Carolyn Gramling
Air pollution made an impression on Monet and other 19th century painters Changes in contrast, color and visibility track with rising pollution in London and Paris By Bas den Hond
A new treatment could restore some mobility in people paralyzed by strokes An implant that electrically stimulates the spine let two patients open a lock and more By Darren Incorvaia
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