How Europe Is Finally Taking On Silicon Valley

Fast CompanyRegulators in the European Union hope to spur local innovation while pushing back against Google, Facebook, and Amazon.

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How Europe Is Finally Taking On Silicon Valley

Fast CompanyRegulators in the European Union hope to spur local innovation while pushing back against Google, Facebook, and Amazon.

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What Happens If You Have A Heart Attack In Space?

Popular Science I flew in zero-G with a team of college students testing a device that could save astronauts’ lives.
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What Happens If You Have A Heart Attack In Space?

Popular Science I flew in zero-G with a team of college students testing a device that could save astronauts’ lives.
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How A Simple New Invention Seals A Gunshot Wound In 15 Seconds

Popular Science An Oregon startup has developed a pocket-size device that uses tiny sponges to stop bleeding fast.
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How A Simple New Invention Seals A Gunshot Wound In 15 Seconds

Popular Science An Oregon startup has developed a pocket-size device that uses tiny sponges to stop bleeding fast.
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Ingenious Tourniquet Invention Saves Lives

Popular Science On June 7 in Birmingham, Ala., a blood-soaked, unconscious 41-year-old man arrived at a hospital in the passenger seat of a car.
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Ingenious Tourniquet Invention Saves Lives

Popular Science On June 7 in Birmingham, Ala., a blood-soaked, unconscious 41-year-old man arrived at a hospital in the passenger seat of a car.
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Meet ATHLETE, NASA’s Next Robot Moon Walker

Popular Science To build and supply a lunar base, astronauts will need heavy-duty space trucks for transporting gear. There’s just one problem: no roads.
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Meet ATHLETE, NASA’s Next Robot Moon Walker

Popular Science To build and supply a lunar base, astronauts will need heavy-duty space trucks for transporting gear. There’s just one problem: no roads.
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What Happened To The 1,500MPH, No-Wheels, Self-Driving Car?

Popular Science In a parallel universe, our cars glide over grass highways and park themselves.
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What Happened To The 1,500MPH, No-Wheels, Self-Driving Car?

Popular Science In a parallel universe, our cars glide over grass highways and park themselves.
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2012 Invention Awards: An Inflatable Abdominal Tourniquet

Popular Science This soldier-saving tourniquet stops bleeding in seconds

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2012 Invention Awards: An Inflatable Abdominal Tourniquet

Popular Science This soldier-saving tourniquet stops bleeding in seconds

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FYI: Can Humans Hibernate?

Popular Science Involuntarily? Yes. On purpose? Maybe.
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FYI: Can Humans Hibernate?

Popular Science Involuntarily? Yes. On purpose? Maybe.
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Scientist, Heal Thyself (Or At Least Use Thyself As a Subject)

Popular Science Sometimes, in the name of progress, doctors have nobody to test their medical theories on but themselves.
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Scientist, Heal Thyself (Or At Least Use Thyself As a Subject)

Popular Science Sometimes, in the name of progress, doctors have nobody to test their medical theories on but themselves.
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Curious Things That Fall From The Sky

PopSci.com In 1876 a shower of three-inch chunks of meat rained down from a clear sky over Olympian Springs, Kentucky. The Louisville Commercial reported that “two gentlemen, who tasted the meat, express the opinion that it was either mutton or venison.”
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Curious Things That Fall From The Sky

PopSci.com In 1876 a shower of three-inch chunks of meat rained down from a clear sky over Olympian Springs, Kentucky. The Louisville Commercial reported that “two gentlemen, who tasted the meat, express the opinion that it was either mutton or venison.”
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