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How It Works: A Self-Tracking Drone

By Gregory Mone The Zano flying camera is a great tool for snapping pictures of yourself—and it’s far more sophisticated than a selfie stick. The $300 quadcopter uses a suite of… Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Popular Science

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Don’t Buy Breast Milk Off The Internet

By Alexandra Ossola Despite the formula industry’s best efforts, nothing is quite as good for babies as breast milk. Babies that nurse have been shown to get more education, have greater… Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Popular Science

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Earth Has A Layer No One Knew About

By Mary Beth Griggs Our perspective of Earth tends to be very shallow–literally. Everything we experience, from the deepest depths of the ocean to the highest mountain peaks, only skims the… Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Popular Science

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Fight The Ukraine War In Your Browser

By Kelsey D. Atherton Without planning it, the first thing I did was break a ceasefire. My newly hired infantryman marched across the rubble-strewn battlefield, soon accompanied by medics and… Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Popular Science

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Plants Could Pave The Way For Greener Roads

By Mary Beth Griggs The road of the future will probably be incredibly high-tech: able to inform drivers of hazardous conditions, charge buses, and even communicate with the cars driving on… Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Popular Science

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Small BeeRotor Drone Learns To Fly By Sight Alone

By Kelsey D. Atherton Secretly, a lot of drones are cell phone parts disguised as flying machines. Advances in cellular technology, like miniaturized powerful batteries, cheaper smaller cameras,… Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Popular Science

The Candida Cold War

By Jason Tetro In trying to understand how Candida can control our immunity, researchers have found it produces a molecule, farnesol, which can slow down our immune function. Read Full Article Here For more great articles: Popular Science

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