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By Matt Reynolds Countries around the world are still dealing with an ongoing ransomware attack that hit institutions and businesses worldwide, including hospitals in the...

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By Matthew Hutson The words “robotic exoskeleton” probably bring to mind futuristic soldiers and sci-fi flicks like Aliens, Iron Man, or The Wrong Trousers. But...

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By WILLIAM HARWOOD NASA's Cassini probe survived its second pass between Saturn and its innermost rings earlier this week, giving scientists increasing confidence the region...

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By Sally Adee The internet can be a vicious place. The way we can hide behind anonymity online has often been blamed for the web’s...

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By Andy Coghlan Big planets come with big surprises. Last week, delegates at the annual European Geosciences Union meeting got the first glimpse of data...

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By Moheb Costandi Pain in infants is heartbreaking for new parents, and extremely difficult to treat effectively—if at all. Every year an estimated 15 million...

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By Matthew Hutson “See you in the Supreme Court!” President Donald Trump tweeted last week, responding to lower court holds on his national security policies....

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By Bahar Gholipour Even the most natural-sounding computerized voices—whether it’s Apple’s Siri or Amazon’s Alexa—still sound like, well, computers. Montreal-based start-up Lyrebird is looking to...

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By Travis M. Andrews Each year in the United States, about 30,000 babies are born before gestating for 26 weeks, which is considered “critically preterm.”...

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By Warren Cornwall A surge in innovation tied to low-carbon energy technologies is showing signs of tapering off in the U.S., at a time when...