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New Origami Robot Handles Sea Creatures With a Softer Touch
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Your Old Cell Phone Can Help Save the Rain Forest
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How a Pacific Island Changed From Diesel to 100% Solar Power
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NASA Will Launch GeoCARB To Measure Our Planet's Carbon Cycle
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$2 Clay Pot Fridges In Nigeria Are Saving Food In Rural Villages
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Why Electricity Really Is The Fuel Of The Future
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