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A Lifesaving Cup for When Babies Can't Nurse
Lots of babies can't nurse, whether it's because of their own health issues or those affecting the mother. A new $1 feeding cup could change that common scenario.


Researchers Analyze Google Data to Show Success of Chickenpox Vaccine
In countries where governments mandate vaccination against chickenpox, a new study finds, online searches for information about symptoms drop.


King Tut Found to Have a Meteoric Dagger
Decades after archaeologists unearthed King Tut's tomb, we're still talking about the boy-king. This time it's because of his awesome space dagger.


Pikachu Name Change Infuriates Hong Kong Pokemon Fans
A pocket monster by any other name would smell as sweet. But it would also raise issues of fan respect, linguistics, politics and cultural imperialism.


Trump's Not the First to Push a Party Off a Cliff
Trump has predicted riots if he isn't nominated at the convention in July. It wouldn't be the first time that things got crazy at convention time.


Our 10 Favorite Updates to the 2016 AP Style Book
Grammar nerds and internet pedants alike, rejoice! The "journalist's bible" is back with a brand new edition packed with language rules and clarifications.


What Do Scientists Think of Science Coverage in the Media?
Very often, media coverage of scientific studies is misleading or just plain wrong. What do scientists think would make it better?


More Americans Have Had Same-sex Experiences, Accept Those of Others
A new study has shown the amount of Americans who report a same-sex experience has doubled in the last 25 years.


Launch Nuclear Attack? Insert Disk Seven
The Department of Defense relies on nuclear force systems that are 53 years old. These critical systems were brand-new when President Kennedy was assassinated.


How Glowforge Reimagined Laser Tech to Break Crowdfunding Records
Startup Glowforge plans to market an affordable 3-D printer that, instead of spraying layers of material to build objects, uses a laser to cut or engrave shapes.


Enter Mr. Pig-Man? Chimera Embryos Should Not Be Feared, Scientist Says
Even though the NIH banned funding for work on chimera embryos, a scientist explains why it's necessary — and not unethical.


Explore Deep Ocean Thermal Vents With This 3-D Virtual Reality Video
Once the domain of robots, the seafloor's becoming more accessible thanks to 3-D, HD videos like this one created near Samoa by the research vessel Falkor.


In-ear Tech Aims to Translate Spoken Foreign Language in Real Time
The Pilot, created by Waverly Labs, is a wearable device that's hoping to get us one step closer to the Babel Fish and Star Trek's universal translator.


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