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From 'The Water's Edge To The Cutting Edge': Fish Skeletons, CT Scans And Engineering

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Michigan State University researchers Sunpreet Arora (left), Anil Jain (center) and Kai Cao (right) tried 3-D printed fingertips and 2-D fingerprint replicas on conductive paper to unlock a murder victim's phone, similar to one in the photo. Derrick Turner/Michigan State University hide caption

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Tesla's Ambitions Run Into The Realities Of Making Cars

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The Reason Your Feed Became An Echo Chamber — And What To Do About It

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Making The Cloud Green: Tech Firms Push For Renewable Energy Sources

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Managing Your News Intake In The Age Of Endless Phone Notifications

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Can Big Data Help Head Off Police Misconduct?

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In Wake Of Shootings, Facebook Struggles To Define Hate Speech

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Firms Are Buying, Sharing Your Online Info. What Can You Do About It?

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The mobile app Pokémon Go is currently the top downloaded free app in both Apple and Android stores. The augmented reality game allows smartphone users to track and catch Pokémon. Ruby Wallau/NPR hide caption

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Bodybuilders Beef Over A Workout Supplement — And A Stanford Patent

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