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December, 8, 2016

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Work starts to spread Yellowstone bison genes
Researchers have transplanted embryos originating from the bison herd at Yellowstone National Park into female bison in Minnesota in hopes of increasing the genetic diversity of herds in the state and helping to restore America's official mammal to the landscape.
 
Online retail giant Amazon plans to expand its grocery business with shops that let people quickly pick up milk, vegetables or other perishable foods, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday.
 
Federal officials are embarking on a study of seven Hawaii fish species to assess the overall health of their population.
 
Facebook on Friday released a mobile app for finding local happenings to enjoy with friends.
 
The U.S. makers of "Pokemon Go" have promised to remove their virtual monsters from an area of protected Dutch beaches, seeking to stave off a lawsuit by angry local authorities, Dutch officials said Friday.
 
Rocket company Blue Origin pulled off a double success Wednesday, coming a step closer to launching people into space.
 
3 win Nobel for world's smallest machines
Three scientists won the Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday for developing the world's smallest machines...
 
'Smart speakers' are angling to colonize your living room
Does your home really need a "smart speaker" that can answer questions, call you an Uber, turn off the lights or play music when you ask? You may be about to find out.
 
Nobel prize in physics awarded to three for work on topology
British-born scientists David Thouless, Duncan Haldane and Michael Kosterlitz were awarded this year's Nobel Prize in physics on Tuesday for studies on exotic matter that could result in improved materials for electronics or quantum computers.
 
Japanese biologist who unraveled cell recycling system gets Nobel
Japanese biologist Yoshinori Ohsumi won the Nobel Prize in medicine on Monday for discoveries on how cells break down and recycle content, a garbage disposal system that scientists hope to harness in the fight against cancer, Alzheimer's and other diseases.
 
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