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Scientists just measured the smallest amount of time ever observed: 247 ‘zeptoseconds’

News Post || Tech News Blink and you’ll definitely miss it. Scientists have measured the shortest interval of time ever…

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Nokia To Build Cell Network On Moon

News Post || Tech News Topline Nokia will build the first cellular network on the moon as part of a…

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Plastic baby bottles shed millions of microplastics when shaken

News Post || Tech News By Layal Liverpool Plastic baby bottles can shed microparticles into the contentsEmma Kim/Getty Images Plastic…

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Facebook AI can translate directly between any of 100 languages

News Post || Tech News By Chris Stokel-Walker Facebook generates 20 billion translations a dayincamerastock / Alamy Facebook has developed…

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Touch-and-go: U.S. spacecraft sampling asteroid for return

News Post || Tech News After almost two years circling an ancient asteroid hundreds of millions of miles away, a…

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The U.S. Weather Forecast For Election Day Looks Great But Take It With A Grain Of Salt Right Now

News Post || Tech News We are roughly two weeks from the U.S. presidential elections. Since I am a meteorologist,…

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Should we plan for regular ‘circuit-breaker’ coronavirus lockdowns?

News Post || Tech News By Clare Wilson Belfast in Northern Ireland on 14 October. A circuit-breaker lockdown is currently…

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This Guatemalan Hopes To Solve Deep Space X-Ray Mystery

News Post || Tech News Astrophysicist Kristhell Lopez in front of the Observatorio de La Silla, in La Serena, Chile.…

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Women More Likely To Take Covid-19 Seriously, Comply With Safety Measures

News Post || Tech News AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – AUGUST 31: New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern wears a mask…

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Researchers Just Announced That Antibody Levels For COVID-19 Decline

News Post || Tech News Kids wiping and blowing noses. getty This week in mBio, an open-access journal of the American…

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