Marsquakes happen more often during the planet’s northern summer
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Marsquakes happen more often during the planet’s northern summer

NASA Insight has measured the frequency and intensity of shallow marsquakes. It was found that they occur more often in summer on Mars's northern
Scientists develop microscopic calibration tool with fluorescent nanodiamonds
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Scientists develop microscopic calibration tool with fluorescent nanodiamonds

Microscopy image of fluorescent nudiamonds. This calibration tool was developed by researchers from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and
Sharks are my best friends
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Sharks are my best friends

Jim Abernethy, a professional diver, has been swimming with sharks almost every day for over 40 years at Tiger Beach in the Bahamas. Jim may be
India will get this $87 JioPhone Next instead of the Pixel 6
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India will get this $87 JioPhone Next instead of the Pixel 6

Google and Indian telecom company Jio Platforms unveiled the JioPhoneNext, a budget smartphone for India, on Friday. According to Ram Papatla,
Experiments confirm a quantum material's unique response to circularly polarized laser light
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Experiments confirm a quantum material's unique response to circularly polarized laser light

Laser light is typically linearly polarized. This means that it oscillates in one direction, up or down. It can be circularly polarized at right.
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16 unique gifts for the book lover in your life, from this year's bestsellers to beautiful prints of their favorite books

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Australia's unusual western swamp turtle is an oddity under threat
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Australia's unusual western swamp turtle is an oddity under threat

An algae-covered western swamp turtle Gerald Kuchling The Australian western swamp turtle is one of many species that are unique in evolution and
Your unique pattern of brain activity can be spotted in 100 seconds
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Your unique pattern of brain activity can be spotted in 100 seconds

A functional brain connectome Enrico Amico Each person has a different pattern of brain activity, which can be identified by spending less than two
It Only Takes 100 Seconds to Get an Identifiable 'Fingerprint' of Your Brain
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It Only Takes 100 Seconds to Get an Identifiable 'Fingerprint' of Your Brain

Our brains produce unique patterns of activity. These patterns are so unique, we can use brain connectivity map to identify individuals as reliable
Urbanista Los Angeles Review: Solar-Powered Headphones That Actually Work
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Urbanista Los Angeles Review: Solar-Powered Headphones That Actually Work

It's a difficult concept to define infinite. It is either infinite or finite. Urbanista's Los Angeles wireless noise-canceling headphones have