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Amazon Reaches for the Stars
By Anne Ball16 September, 2018The American company Amazon.com is one of the biggest businesses in the United States and around the world. No...
Huge Device Aims to Capture Pacific Ocean’s Plastic Garbage
By Pete Musto14 September, 2018Engineers have launched a huge garbage collection device to gather plastic material floating in the Pacific O...
Cooling, Drying Climate May Have Led to Neanderthal Disappearance
By Pete Musto02 September, 2018A new study suggests that ancient periods of cold and dry climate helped our species take the place of Neande...
Underwater Robot to Hunt Lionfish to Help Protect Coral Reefs
By Bryan Lynn29 August, 2018Lionfish are known for their beauty and unusual look, a common choice for people showing off the colorful creatu...
Dogs Trained to Find Endangered Animals
By Anna Matteo26 August, 2018Many dogs are very hard-working animals.They have been helping people for thousands of years. Dogs protect our ...
Study: Warmer Soil Releasing More Carbon
By Alice Bryant10 August, 2018Even the dirt on the ground is likely making climate change worse, a new study finds. Researchers have shown t...
Scientists Say Genetically Modified Rice Can Prevent HIV
By Bryan Lynn08 August, 2018Researchers say a new genetically modified rice can prevent infections of HIV, the virus responsible for the dis...
Clothing Manufacturers Use 3-D Images to Speed Up Production
By Phil Dierking29 July, 2018When Betabrand recognized that knitwear was becoming a popular look in running shoes, the company asked users o...
Can Facial Recognition Help Prevent School Shootings?
By Bryan Lynn25 July, 2018American education officials have sought new ways to make schools more secure following several deadly shootings i...
Scientists Study Eyes of Hurricanes to Predict Their Intensity
By Pete Musto22 July, 2018There have been many improvements in how weather experts predict the path of hurricanes, powerful storms that form...
New Company Puts Robots in Seniors' Homes
By Alice Bryant15 July, 2018The United States will have more adults aged 65 and over than children by the year 2035, the U.S. Census Bureau ...
Scientists Find Possible Meteorite Pieces in Ocean
By Bryan Lynn09 July, 2018Scientists have found what they believe are pieces of a meteor that fell to Earth earlier this year.The objects we...
Animals at Risk from Increased Arctic Shipping
By Phil Dierking05 July, 2018The polar bear may be the animal most often identified with climate change, but it is far from the only creatur...
‘Deepfake’ Videos: a New Weapon in Disinformation Wars
By Bryan Lynn04 July, 2018New technology is making it possible for people to make realistic videos of people appearing to say things they ne...
Researchers: Warming Climate Spreads Dangerous Algae
In early June, people in the area of Salem, the capital city of the American state of Oregon, received a warning on their cellphones.City of...
Japanese Spacecraft Arrives at Asteroid to Study Surface
By Phil Dierking27 June, 2018A Japanese spacecraft arrived at an asteroid Wednesday after traveling for more than three years.The Hayabusa2 ...
Artificial Intelligence Used to Track World's Wildlife
By VOA27 June, 2018Scientists have long struggled with how to measure the effects of climate change on wildlife. This is especially true for...
‘Citizen Scientists’ Seek Solutions to Bumblebee’s Problems
By Pete Musto24 June, 2018Hundreds of amateur "citizen scientists" have begun studying the Pacific Northwest area of the United States. Th...
First Ever Live Computer-Human Debate: Who Won?
By Bryan Lynn20 June, 2018Computers are increasingly competing against humans to see whether man or machine is smarter.In the latest demonst...
Greenpeace: Plastic, Chemical Pollution Widespread in Antarctica
By Phil Dierking17 June, 2018The non-governmental environmental group Greenpeace reports that plastic and chemical pollution is often found ...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
North Korean Leader Wants New Talks with Trump
US 'Likely' Returns as World's Top Oil Producer
Highly Prized Fish Makes a Return
North Korea Offers to Close Missile Testing Center, Launch Area
Supreme Court Nominee to Speak on Sexual Assault Accusation
India Bans Traditional Muslim 'Instant' Divorce
World’s First Hydrogen Trains Launch in Germany
SpaceX Announces First Private Passenger for Moon Trip
South Korean Delegation Begins First Day of Talks in North Korea
Mattis Accuses Russia of Interfering in Macedonian Vote
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
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