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  1. Hitchhiking bacteria might help their host navigate via magnetic fields

    Hitchhiking bacteria might help their host navigate via magnetic fields
  2. What antlers can teach us about cancer and regrowing limbs

    What antlers can teach us about cancer and regrowing limbs
  3. Ex–spy plane to see whether towering storms pose new threat to ozone layer

    Ex–spy plane to see whether towering storms pose new threat to ozone layer
  4. These origami robots could one day deliver drugs inside your body

    These origami robots could one day deliver drugs inside your body
  5. Honey bees and zebra fish come to a consensus, thanks to a little robotic intervention

    Honey bees and zebra fish come to a consensus, thanks to a little robotic intervention
  6. New Device Wirelessly Monitors Small Animals Vital Signs

    New Device Wirelessly Monitors Small Animals Vital Signs
  7. Star Trek-like replicator creates entire objects in minutes

    Star Trek-like replicator creates entire objects in minutes
  8. Robots—like people— use ‘imagination’ to learn concepts

    Robots—like people— use ‘imagination’ to learn concepts
  9. Watch a 'wave' travel through a pack of marathon runners

    Watch a 'wave' travel through a pack of marathon runners
  10. Watch a ‘sonic tractor beam’ do some mid-air sewing

    Watch a ‘sonic tractor beam’ do some mid-air sewing
  11. Listen to this piano-playing robot hit all the right notes

    Listen to this piano-playing robot hit all the right notes
  12. This button-sized device could tell you if you’re getting too much sun

    This button-sized device could tell you if you’re getting too much sun
  13. Even fruit flies succumb to cultural dating pressures

    Even fruit flies succumb to cultural dating pressures
  14. Watch these tissue engineered spinal discs mimic the real thing

    Watch these tissue engineered spinal discs mimic the real thing
  15. Spider silk is five times stronger than steel—now scientists know why

    Spider silk is five times stronger than steel—now scientists know why
  16. Massive crater under Greenland's ice points to climate-altering impact in the time of humans

    Massive crater under Greenland's ice points to climate-altering impact in the time of humans
  17. Orangutans are the only great apes—besides humans—to ‘talk’ about the past

    Orangutans are the only great apes—besides humans—to ‘talk’ about the past
  18. New tracking system could show—at last—how pesticides are harming bee colonies

    New tracking system could show—at last—how pesticides are harming bee colonies
  19. This ‘two-faced’ membrane can create electricity—from nothing but salty water

    This ‘two-faced’ membrane can create electricity—from nothing but salty water
  20. This tiny wasp-inspired drone can pull 40 times its own weight

    This tiny wasp-inspired drone can pull 40 times its own weight
  21. These sluggish basking sharks break through the water as quickly as great whites

    These sluggish basking sharks break through the water as quickly as great whites