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  1. Fossils

    Cool Jobs: Bringing paleontology to the people

    From museums to movies, these three paleontologists totally rock their connections with the public.

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  2. Science & Society

    Good at reading? That’s no sign girls won’t also cut it in STEM

    U.S. parents read to their daughters, but few coach them on math. This may explain why girls excel at English but aren’t sure STEM is for them.

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  3. Tech

    Teens’ new tech would send alerts to reduce preventable deaths

    A trio of teen innovations created devices that can speed up the response time to pool accidents, overheating in cars and combat-related injuries.

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  4. Science & Society

    A major science fair set these scientists on the path to STEM success

    Alumni of the International Science and Engineering Fair talk challenges and payoffs of competitive science.

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  5. Science & Society

    What it’s like to compete in the science fair ‘Olympics’

    Four recent alumni of the Regeneron International Science and Engineering Fair share their experiences.

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  6. Psychology

    Five tips to consider when dating goes wrong

    When dating is more hurtful than loving, it may be time to ask if there may be big trouble — and harm — ahead.

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  7. Tech

    This sun-powered system delivers energy as it pulls water from the air

    The device not only produces electricity but also harvests water for drinking or crops. It could be especially useful in remote and dry parts of the world.

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  8. Computing

    Facial expressions could be used to interact in virtual reality

    New technology allows people to interact with virtual environments using just their facial expressions.

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  9. Health & Medicine

    In an emergency, you may want to see Dr. Dog

    Emergency room visits by therapy dogs can reduce pain, anxiety and depression in patients waiting for care, a new study finds.

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