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  1. Tech

    Will the internet soon reach the one-third of people without it?  

    Access to the internet is a human right, yet much of the world can’t get online. New tech has to be affordable and usable to end this digital divide.

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  2. Space

    NASA is readying to send humans back to the moon

    The launch of NASA's Artemis I is a huge step toward sending humans back to the moon and beyond.

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  3. Tech

    A tool as small as a human cell can scan for contaminants and more

    Tiny spectrometers might someday show up on smart devices. They could help people scan for ingredients or contaminants in foods and other materials.

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  4. Tech

    A shape-shifting robotic tooth-cleaner might one day brush for you

    A swarm of billions of magnetic, bacteria-killing nanoparticles can be shaped into bristles to fit any surface, including between teeth.

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  5. Tech

    How to turn your hobby into a seriously cool science project

    This year’s Broadcom MASTERS finalists were inspired by their love of painting, horseback riding and other pastimes.

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  6. Life

    Let’s learn about modern Frankensteins

    Modern scientists are creating strange new combinations of living tissue and trying to give dead things new life.

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  7. Space

    NASA’s DART spacecraft successfully bumped an asteroid onto a new path

    The spacecraft’s intentional crash into an asteroid changed the space rock’s orbit by more than 30 minutes — far more than expected.

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  8. Tech

    Can computers think? Why this is proving so hard to answer

    In 1950, Alan Turing proposed a test to tell a human from a computer. Today, that Turing test may tell us more about ourselves than about machines.

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  9. Space

    NASA’s DART spacecraft crashed into an asteroid — on purpose

    This mission could provide a blueprint for how to deflect a killer asteroid, if one is ever found headed for Earth.

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