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Scientists want to make holes in Norwegian fjords
French researchers from the University of Bordeaux are leading an international effort to bore holes in the bottom of Norway’s deep fjords.
Sources: Musk shakes up SpaceX in race to make satellite launch window
SpaceX Chief Executive Officer Elon Musk flew to the Seattle area in June for meetings with engineers leading a satellite launch project crucial to his space company’s growth.
Robots to make robots at ABB's new $150m factory in China
Robots will make robots at a new ABB factory in China, which the Swiss engineering group said on Saturday it plans to build for $150 million in Shanghai as it defends its place as the country’s largest maker of industrial robots.
Scientists make DNA into electric circuit
An American team has designed a DNA circuit capable of splitting and combining current, much like an adapter that can connect multiple appliances to a wall outlet.
Social people make more money
A new MassMutual study shows that those who participate in their communities do better financially.
Does dim light make us dumber?
Spending too much time in dimly lit rooms and offices may actually change the brain's structure and hurt one's ability to remember and learn, indicates groundbreaking research by Michigan State University neuroscientists.
Five steps that will make your business more climate resistant
No business is immune to the devastating effects of climate change anymore, as we saw from the onslaught of extreme weather events in 2017. Disasters brought more than $300 billion in damages in 2017, a 60-percent increase over 2016.
US cannot make up for regional blunders by accusing others: Iran
Tehran has rejected US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson’s recent claims on Iran’s regional role as unfounded, saying such fabrications cannot help undo Washington’s “strategic blunders” in the region.
Disrupting sensitive soils could make climate change worse
Nearly a third of the carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere annually can be traced back to bacteria living in the soil, where they break down plant and animal matter for energy.
'Handful of changes' make cancer
British scientists have worked out how many changes it takes to transform a healthy cell into a cancer.
Lazy ants make themselves useful in unexpected ways
If the first thing that comes to mind when you think about ants is ‘industrious’, you might be in for a surprise.
How do you make a likable robot?
Which robot do you find easier to like. You might think a robot would be more likely to win people over if it were good at its job. But according to a recent study, people find imperfect robots more likable.

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