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100 Humanoid Robots Perform Synchronized Dance Routine in Tokyo
Date:  Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Title:  100 Humanoid Robots Perform Synchronized Dance Routine in Tokyo
Description:  One hundred humanoid robots performed a synchronized dance routine in Tokyo on Monday. Each of the one hundred 'Robi' robots weighs just 2.2 pounds and stands just a little over a foot tall. The '100 Robi' project is the brainchild of Tomotaka Takahashi of Tokyo University. The synchronized dance lasted three minutes and went off without a hitch. What made the project so uniquely challenging, Taka...
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SpaceX Ship Delivers Groceries and Christmas Gifts to Astronauts
Date:  Monday, January 12, 2015
Title:  SpaceX Ship Delivers Groceries and Christmas Gifts to Astronauts
Description:  A shipment of much-needed groceries and belated Christmas presents finally arrived Monday morning at the International Space Station. The SpaceX company's supply ship, Dragon, pulled up at the orbiting lab two days after its liftoff. Station commander Butch Wilmore used a robot arm to grab the capsule and its 5,000 pounds of precious cargo, as the craft soared more than 260 miles above the Mediter...
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Math and Science Center: Science Camps
Date:  Wednesday, January 07, 2015
Title:  Math and Science Center: Science Camps
Description:  Try out this fun experiment at home
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Lots of robots on display at CES
Date:  Wednesday, January 07, 2015
Title:  Lots of robots on display at CES
Description:  Venise Toussaint has some robots on display at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Today Toussaint reports from the Sands Convention Center.
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Elon Musk Talks Falcon 9, Mars and Spacesuits During Reddit AMA
Date:  Tuesday, January 06, 2015
Title:  Elon Musk Talks Falcon 9, Mars and Spacesuits During Reddit AMA
Description:  During a Reddit Ask Me Anything chat Monday night, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk dished about the future of his company's plans to fly to Mars, how the Falcon 9 rocket hauls and shocked his fans by posting a YouTube video of a cat wearing a shark costume riding a Roomba while discussing artificial intelligence. The AMA chat comes ahead of a Tuesday morning launch for SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket. At 6:20 a.m. ...
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Behold: the Sub-$2,000 3D Food Printer
Date:  Tuesday, January 06, 2015
Title:  Behold: the Sub-$2,000 3D Food Printer
Description:  The Consumer Electronics Show 2015 may mark the point when food printing shifts from a curiosity to a serious business. There are new products from companies like relative newcomer XYZPrinting, which burst onto the scene last year with two new Da Vinci 3D printers. The company’s newest sub-$2,000 printer, introduced at CES 2015, prints dough-based foods that, once cooked, can turn into pastries, c...
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SD paleontologist shares info on not-so-popular dinosaur
Date:  Sunday, January 04, 2015
Title:  SD paleontologist shares info on not-so-popular dinosaur
Description:  Thescelosaurus Neglectus can help scientists learn about what happened to dinosaurs.
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DeGrasse Tyson Offends Some With Isaac Newton Christmas Day Tweet
Date:  Sunday, December 28, 2014
Title:  DeGrasse Tyson Offends Some With Isaac Newton Christmas Day Tweet
Description:  While you were cheerily celebrating Christmas Day, Neil DeGrasse Tyson was inserting a little scientific stuffing into your turkey of tradition. The astrophysicist and Cosmos presenter chose Christmas Day to offer this tweet: On this day long ago, a child was born who, by age 30, would transform the world. Happy Birthday Isaac Newton b. Dec 25, 1642. This, stunningly, became his most retweeted eff...
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Watch a post-mortem of a Star Explosion
Date:  Wednesday, December 24, 2014
Title:  Watch a post-mortem of a Star Explosion
Description:  Astronomers have spotted a new object emerging from the ashes of a recently deceased star. The stellar post-mortem, which is recounted in two new videos, may also solve a mystery surrounding the unexpected shape of the star's explosive remains, scientists say. In February 1987, astronomers saw a new point of light appear in the sky: a supernova explosion, roughly 150,000 light-years from Earth. A ...
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Local scientists finds 4-million-year-old fossil
Date:  Monday, December 22, 2014
Title:  Local scientists finds 4-million-year-old fossil
Description:  Local scientists finds 4-million-year-old fossil following recent storms
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European Environment Ministers Plan to Scrap Environment Law
Date:  Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Title:  European Environment Ministers Plan to Scrap Environment Law
Description:  European environment ministers opposed plans on Wednesday from the EU executive to scrap draft laws on waste and air quality, saying they sent a negative signal about Europe's ambition to curb climate change and were at odds with a push for growth. The European Commission on Tuesday laid out its legislative plans for 2015 with a promise to focus on priorities such as jobs and boosting the economy.
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Company launches bus powered on human waste
Date:  Monday, December 15, 2014
Title:  Company launches bus powered on human waste
Description:  A British bus company is giving new meaning to a 'green commute' - operating England's first bus fueled with sewage.
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Robot Competition
Date:  Saturday, December 13, 2014
Title:  Robot Competition
Description:  Ben Cline gives us the story about a robot championship.
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Fun with Science: DIY Laser Light Show
Date:  Friday, December 12, 2014
Title:  Fun with Science: DIY Laser Light Show
Description:  Fun with Science: DIY Laser Light Show
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Oceans May Have 10 Times More Plastic Than We Thought
Date:  Thursday, December 11, 2014
Title:  Oceans May Have 10 Times More Plastic Than We Thought
Description:  The world's oceans may contain about 10 times more plastic than the most recent studies suggest. The new figure estimates that the oceans hold more than 250,000 tons of trash, a number vastly different from a past estimate, which suggested the oceans' plastic is mysteriously disappearing . Scientists arrived at the new number by combining visual estimates of trash volume with data collected from t...
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Chicago Scientists Open Egyptian Mummy Coffin for First Time
Date:  Monday, December 08, 2014
Title:  Chicago Scientists Open Egyptian Mummy Coffin for First Time
Description:  Once the lid was off the wood coffin holding the 2,500-year-old mummified remains of a 14-year-old Egyptian boy, scientist J.P. Brown could relax. The conservator at Chicago's Field Museum and three other scientists had just used clamps and pieces of metal to create a cradle to lift the fragile lid. The well-planned routine came Friday, as scientists started conservation work on the mummy of Minir...
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A Mediterranean Diet Could Change Your DNA
Date:  Friday, December 05, 2014
Title:  A Mediterranean Diet Could Change Your DNA
Description:  On today' Family Health, Donna Terrell discusses how researchers have discovered a Mediterranean diet could change your DNA.
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Robot sells espresso machines in Japan
Date:  Wednesday, December 03, 2014
Title:  Robot sells espresso machines in Japan
Description:  Move over George Clooney -- Nestle has employed a fleet of chirpy robots to sell its coffee machines in Japanese stores. Duration: 00:42
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HIV May Become Less Virulent Over Time, Study Says
Date:  Tuesday, December 02, 2014
Title:  HIV May Become Less Virulent Over Time, Study Says
Description:  According to a new study from scientists in the UK, HIV is being watered down as it adapts to our immune systems, becoming less infectious. According to the BBC, the Oxford University team behind the report said HIV's ability to cause AIDS is diminishing over time, with some virologists suggesting that, as the virus evolves, it may become almost harmless. According to figures from the World Health...
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Coffee with Pepper? Robot sells espresso machines in Japan
Date:  Monday, December 01, 2014
Title:  Coffee with Pepper? Robot sells espresso machines in Japan
Description:  Move over George Clooney -- Nestle has employed a fleet of chirpy robots to sell its coffee machines in Japanese stores. Duration: 00:42
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Experts: Two-Degree Global Warming Limit Wont Work
Date:  Friday, November 28, 2014
Title:  Experts: Two-Degree Global Warming Limit Wont Work
Description:  A temperature rise that could cause irreversible and potentially catastrophic damage to human civilization is practically inevitable, according to rising chatter among experts in the lead up to a year of key negotiations on a new climate change global accord. World leaders have voluntarily committed to limit warming by the end of the century to 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit) above the ...
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Soyuz spacecraft docks with International Space Station: NASA
Date:  Monday, November 24, 2014
Title:  Soyuz spacecraft docks with International Space Station: NASA
Description:  A Russian Soyuz spacecraft carrying Italy's first female astronaut safely docks with the International Space Station, according to NASA. Duration: 00:40
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U of M Hosts Math and Science Family Fun Fair
Date:  Sunday, November 23, 2014
Title:  U of M Hosts Math and Science Family Fun Fair
Description:  Saturday was a day of hands-on learning for families at the University of Minnesota. The university hosted a free Math and Science Family Fun Fair, allowing kids to build structures out of spaghetti and marshmallows, conduct electricity using potatoes and even drive robots.
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Humans on Mars by 2035?
Date:  Friday, November 21, 2014
Title:  Humans on Mars by 2035?
Description:  NASA's Chief Scientist Dr. Ellen Stofan wants to land a man on Mars by the mid-2030s. The 53-year-old geologist saysIn a sense it's our destiny to move beyond this planet and Mars is the logical choice. It's a place where humans could live and work -- not out in the open -- but with not too-radical modifications. Indeed, life on the 'Red Planet' may not just be the stuff of science fiction.
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Britain holds its first exhibition on the study of sex
Date:  Wednesday, November 19, 2014
Title:  Britain holds its first exhibition on the study of sex
Description:  Scientific discovery mingles with stimulation in Britain's first exhibition about the study of sex, with pioneering sex aids, ancient phallic charms and even a chair credited with inducing orgasms. Duration: 00:49
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