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By John Markoff In the coming age of robotics, many of those autonomous machines will be internet-connected and mobile. What could possibly go wrong? Significant security flaws...

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By Hemant MehtaSenate Resolution 17 in Indiana passed this week on a 40-9 vote. While resolutions don’t always get attention because they’re usually symbolic...

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By Jonathan Amos Elon Musk, it seems, loves nothing more than to spin plates. When most of us might be looking to lighten the load, he's...

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By Helen Briggs A dinosaur that lived 160 million years ago had drumstick-shaped legs much like living birds, according to palaeontologists. The feathered dinosaur also had...

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By Carole CadwalladrJust over a week ago, Donald Trump gathered members of the world’s press before him and told them they were liars. “The press,...

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By Daniel BurkeIf you're a Christian who exploits people, leads a double life or manages a "dirty" business, perhaps it's better not to call...

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By Christopher DouglasPerhaps one of the strangest instances of fake news that proliferated in the final months of the 2016 election was the conspiracy...

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by ERASMUS DENMARK is one of the least religious countries in the world; a poll has found that barely one in five Danes considers faith...

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By Sara ReardonLike ivy plants that send runners out searching for something to cling to, the brain’s neurons send out shoots that connect with other...

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By Mitch WeissSPINDALE, N.C. (AP) — From all over the world, they flocked to this tiny town in the foothills of the Blue Ridge...

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By Roger Harrabin The UN’s new climate chief says she’s worried about President Donald Trump - but confident that action to curb climate change is...

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By Jonathan Foley and Christine ArenaPresident Trump’s decision to constrain and muzzle scientific research signals an important milestone. The War on Science has shifted...