Giant Flow Batteries Could Power Your City in the Future

Scientists are looking into sustainably powering entire cities, and with liquid-based redox flow batteries, we’re one step closer to making…

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With four years to go until the Qatar World Cup, the progress of the eight state-of-the-art stadiums

We are exactly four years away from the start of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar and the eight…

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Scientists May Be One Step Closer to Figuring Out How Fast the Universe is Expanding

The universe is a big place, and it’s getting bigger all the time. Space itself is stretching out, expanding in…

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How Your Body’s Internal Clock Might Be Messing With Your Sleep

Ever notice your body seems to do certain things around the same time each day? You wake up around the…

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The Check In: Betsy DeVos’ Rollback of Civil Rights

It is important to note that while the media focuses on Trump’s daily tweets and scandals, outbursts and distractions, the…

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How Did Science Get Neanderthals So Wrong?

Let’s be real, guys, Neanderthals get a bad rap. We think of them as primitive and less developed than us…

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Ellen’s Helping Out with Homework!

– SOME PEOPLE REALLY ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS. I’LL TELL YOU WHO DOESN’T: STUDENTS. BECAUSE THEY GET STRESSED OUT. MIDTERMS ARE…

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"Emojis & Selfies: Cellphones Are Robbing Us" – TREVOR NOAH (Pay Back The Funny) 2015

Some of you may or may notknow I have a new job, this is great. Thank you very much, thank…

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Seth Tests Millennial Late Night Writer Karen Chee on Her Knowledge of the Past

-And finally,one of our writers, Karen, just turned 24 years old. To give you an ideaof how young that is,…

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Teacher Who Slept With High School Student: 'I Didn't Think It Was Legally Wrong'

I met Tristan at the beginning of May 2014 I was 29 and he was 17 he came into my…

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