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Students’ Groundbreaking New Earthquake Warning System Could Save a City

Although we’re not 99.9% sure when an earthquake can strike, an earthquake early warning system could help cities take additional precautions and almost certainly save lives. A group of secondary school students are partnering with the US Geological Survey (USGS) to test how it might work. Read More >>

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This Artificial Jellyfish Made From A Rat’s Heart Is The Power of Science

Scientists are smart people, coming up with all sorts of life-changing things, ranging from the weird to the wonderful, all in the name of science. Here's one example: researchers from the US have made an artificial jellyfish that uses heart cells from a rat. Read More >>

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Lego Blocks Plus Smartphone Equals Super Smart Petri Dish

Caltech engineers built an ingenious Petri dish from Lego blocks that uses a cell phone image sensor and a smartphone light to send pictures of what's happening inside the dish directly to scientists' laptops. Read More >>