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From fruits to fur to fine art, many materials get their colors from compounds called pigments.
These positively charged particles are important building blocks in atoms.
The habitable zone is the region around a star where temperatures could be right for worlds to host liquid water.
These ultrafast computers perform complex calculations for research on cancer, quantum physics and more.
Virtual reality is an immersive, 3-D artificial environment created by a computer.
A fault is a crack in Earth’s crust where pieces of rock scrape past each other.
The Denisovans were a recently discovered population of ancient hominids.
Inertia is the tendency of objects to resist changes in their motion.
Silicone is a generic term for a whole slew of humanmade polymers with many different forms and applications.
Primates are mammals that tend to have big brains, forward-facing vision, fingernails and flexible hands and feet.
Stereoscopy allows the brain to perceive the two 2-D images seen by the eyes as a 3-D scene.
A variable is something that can be changed — such as a value in math, or a factor in an experiment.