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  1. Look out: Robots could soon teach each other new tricks

    Look out: Robots could soon teach each other new tricks
  2. Listen to the greatest hits from the biggest bat song library

    Listen to the greatest hits from the biggest bat song library
  3. Leafcutter ants use tiny prehensile "toes" to tear up leaves for their fungus farms

    Leafcutter ants use tiny prehensile "toes" to tear up leaves for their fungus farms
  4. Flying snail wing pattern filmed for the first time

    Flying snail wing pattern filmed for the first time
  5. Earth-sized alien worlds are out there. Now, astronomers are figuring out how to detect life on them

    Earth-sized alien worlds are out there. Now, astronomers are figuring out how to detect life on them
  6. Dark asteroids reveal secrets of the early solar system

    Dark asteroids reveal secrets of the early solar system
  7. Cuttlefish really know how to fight for their gals, rare video shows

    Cuttlefish really know how to fight for their gals, rare video shows
  8. Creating artificial tissues just got easier, thanks to this tetris-like building technique

    Creating artificial tissues just got easier, thanks to this tetris-like building technique
  9. Could this pollinating drone replace butterflies and bees?

    Could this pollinating drone replace butterflies and bees?
  10. Could science destroy the world? These scholars want to save us from a modern-day Frankenstein

    Could science destroy the world? These scholars want to save us from a modern-day Frankenstein
  11. Cockroach-inspired robots crashes into walls on purpose

    Cockroach-inspired robots crashes into walls on purpose
  12. Cancer cells pop their own nucleus to squeeze through a tight spot

    Cancer cells pop their own nucleus to squeeze through a tight spot
  13. Can you tell how this frog is feeling just from his voice?

    Can you tell how this frog is feeling just from his voice?
  14. Can this robot build an IKEA chair faster than you?

    Can this robot build an IKEA chair faster than you?
  15. Can house mice help us figure out when people settled down?

    Can house mice help us figure out when people settled down?
  16. Buried lasers will sense Earth's spin and quakes doing the twist

    Buried lasers will sense Earth's spin and quakes doing the twist