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  1. Remembering Stephen Hawking

    Theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking died on March 14 at the age of 76. We reflect on his life and legacy.

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  2. Celebrating 50 Years Of ‘2001: A Space Odyssey’

    A look back on Arthur C. Clarke, Stanley Kubrick, and the science fiction masterpiece they wrote as they went along.

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  3. Is There A Cell Phone Link To Cancer? A Definite Maybe

    A government study found a possible link to a rare type of cancer in rats. A peer review panel met this week and endorsed the findings.

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  4. A New Planet-Hunter Named TESS Takes To The Sky

    After Kepler, meet TESS. Plus, a new search for dark matter, a massive ichthyosaur, and the nature of randomness.

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  5. A Leaning Tower, A Jumping Spider, And Missing Plutonium

    Researchers are looking for new insights into why the Leaning Tower of Pisa has managed to stay upright over the centuries.

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  6. Calling For Action On Florida’s Rising Seas

    Three south Florida newspapers are banding together for a stronger conversation about the invading ocean, how to adapt, and who pays for it.

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  7. China’s Plan To Land On The Dark Side Of The Moon

    A satellite launched this week would aid in planned Chinese lunar exploration.

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  8. How Seafaring Scientists Are Mapping The Deep

    Scientists are discovering new species nearly everywhere they look in the deepest parts of the ocean. Two of them make a case for why this remote habitat is worth our close attention.

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  9. Bringing Electronic Health Records Into The Modern Age

    While many medical providers have adopted electronic health records, most of those records mimic the style and utility of the old paper files.

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  10. Read A Brief History of Time’ With The SciFri Book Club!

    This summer, we’re remembering the late Stephen Hawking and diving into his landmark work on black holes, the Big Bang, and the nature of the universe.

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