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These Are The Top 20 Scientific Discoveries Of The Decade
The 2010s yielded many incredible finds and important milestones. Here are our favourites.
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Dirt Floors Can Kill You. This Graduate Might Have A Solution.
More than one billion people live in homes with unsanitary dirt floors. This U.S. business school graduate aims to change that, starting in Rwanda.
How Does The Shoemaker Love His Work? Heart And Sole loading...
How Does The Shoemaker Love His Work? Heart And Sole
Peter Limmer comes from a family of footwear makers. Today he crafts custom hiking boots with the tools, and in the shop, that his grandfather left him.
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Where Cats Get Their Own Staircases
A photographer documents the creative architecture the Swiss have made to help their feline friends get around.
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Are You A Cat Whisperer? A Few Special People Can Read Feline Expressions.
In a recent survey, those adept at understanding cat cues were mostly young and female—but surprisingly, they didn't necessarily own a cat.
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Warming At The Poles Will Soon Be Felt Globally In Rising Seas, Extreme Weather
Ice loss, permafrost melt, fires: Trouble in the Arctic and Antarctic could cause shocks to the world’s weather and sea levels sooner than thought, says a new study.
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The Sun Keeps Getting Stranger, Dive-Bombing Solar Probe Shows
Initial results from the Parker Solar Probe deliver new clues to our star's big mysteries—along with some unanticipated observations.
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We’re Turning To Offbeat Foods To Survive A Harsher Climate
Bambara groundnuts and weeds may not be at the top of most menus, but scientists hunting for wild cousins of modern crops may have found a solution for our future food needs.
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Early Meat-Eating Dinosaur Revealed Via Spectacular Fossil
The nearly complete skeleton belongs to an apex predator of the Triassic that hunted the ancestors of today’s mammals.
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See Our Four Favourite Innovations This Month
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This Mysterious Ancient Predator Had A Killer Jaw
The sharklike Helicoprion lived 275 million years ago and could slice its prey in two with its buzz saw jaw.

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