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1. These Oceanographers Want to Turn Marine Slime Into DrugsВт, 27 окт[−]
A California team will use a robotic vehicle to study tiny seafloor creatures, hoping they might yield new compounds to fight viruses and cancer.

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2. What Comes After the International Space Station?Вт, 27 окт[−]
Funding for the world's premiere orbital laboratory won't last forever. Its end could usher in a new era of commercial space stations.

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3. There May Be Far More Water on the Moon Than NASA ThoughtПн, 26 окт[−]
A new pair of studies reveals that the resource isn’t limited to large shadowy craters. That's good news for the upcoming crewed missions.

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4. Boston Dynamics’ Robots Won’t Take Our Jobs … YetПн, 26 окт[−]
On this week’s Get WIRED podcast, writer Matt Simon talks about Spot the dog and SpaceX with Marc Raibert.

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5. Pandemic Quiet Is Helping Humans Eavesdrop on Rare DolphinsПн, 26 окт[−]
Researchers are hoping to use the opportunity to get a better handle on the language of Australia’s endangered Burrunan dolphins.

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6. Mark Kelly’s Been To Space. Can He Make it to Capitol Hill?Пн, 26 окт[−]
Mark Kelly isn’t the first former NASA astronaut to run for office, but if he’s elected he’ll be the first astronaut in Congress in nearly 40 years.

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7. Scientists Discover the First Room-Temperature SuperconductorВс, 25 окт[−]
Physicists finally achieved the long-sought goal, but there’s a catch: Their compound requires crushing pressures to keep from falling apart.

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8. Russia's Laptev Sea Should Have Started to Freeze by NowСб, 24 окт[−]
Normally, the 'birthplace of ice' freezes by late October. For the first time in recorded history, it hasn't. That could have knock-on effects across the Arctic.

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9. Another Covid Surge, Vaccine and Treatment Progress, and MoreПт, 23 окт[−]
Catch up on the most important updates from this week.

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10. How the Venus Flytrap ‘Remembers’ When It Captures PreyПт, 23 окт[−]
The carnivorous plant is believed to have something akin to a short-term "memory." A team of scientists has uncovered new details on how it works.

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11. The Case for Reviving the Civilian Conservation CorpsПт, 23 окт[−]
If the US brought back the Great Depression’s massive worker program, it could put millions of Americans back to work—and help stave off disasters like wildfires.

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12. Your Brain Prefers Happy Endings. That’s Not Always SmartЧт, 22 окт[−]
People tend to focus on whether an experience ends on an up note or a sour one, even if it leads us to make bad decisions. A new study examines why.

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13. How the ‘Diabolical’ Beetle Survives Being Run Over by a CarСр, 21 окт[−]
The puny insect can withstand forces 39,000 times its body weight. Scientists just discovered its super-strength secret—which could inspire new materials.

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14. What Even Is Friction, Anyway?Ср, 21 окт[−]
You might think of it as the force that slows things down, but you literally couldn't get anywhere without it.

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15. Can Placebos Work—Even When Patients Know They’re Fake?Вт, 20 окт[−]
Researchers showed that a saline spray “treatment” reduced people’s emotional distress, even though the study subjects knew the spray wouldn’t do anything.

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16. It’s Time to Talk About Covid-19 and Surfaces AgainВт, 20 окт[−]
In the early days, we furiously scrubbed, afraid we could get sick from the virus lingering on objects and surfaces. What do we know now?

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17. Babies May Drink Millions of Microplastic Particles a DayПн, 19 окт[−]
Scientists discover that baby bottles shed up to 16 million bits of plastic per liter of fluid. What that means for infants’ health, no one can yet say.

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18. The New Science of Wildfire PredictionПн, 19 окт[−]
On this week's Get WIRED podcast, writer Dan Duane dives into the inevitability of fires in the west and how better models would help combat them.

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19. It’s Happening! NASA Is About to Touch an AsteroidПн, 19 окт[−]
After years of studying Bennu, the spacecraft will make its first attempt at a sample collection on Tuesday.

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20. Computer Scientists Break the 'Traveling Salesperson' RecordВс, 18 окт[−]
Finally, there’s a better way to find approximate solutions to the notorious optimization problem, often used to test the limits of efficient computation.

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