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Dutch inventor harnessing waves to clean up seas
The Dutch inventor behind a ground-breaking project to remove millions of tonnes of plastics floating in vast ocean "garbage patches" unveiled Wednesday the first prototype of his ambitious sea-cleaning device.
 
If it has to make a choice, will your autonomous car kill you or pedestrians on the street?
 
Dutch scientists said Thursday crops of four vegetables and cereals grown on soil similar to that on Mars have been found safe to eat, amid plans for the first manned mission to the planet.
 
Solar plane completes first-ever Atlantic flight
The Solar Impulse 2 landed in Spain on Thursday morning after completing a 70-hour flight from New York in the first solo transatlantic crossing in a solar-powered airplane.
 
'Bonjour Paris' at men's spring show
The world's fashion watchers cried "Bonjour Paris" Wednesday as they bid good-bye to Milan and headed to the City of Light for the last installment of menswear shows for spring-summer 2017.
 
Dormant black hole 'awakens' to devour star
Scientists reported Wednesday that they witnessed in unprecedented detail a star being ripped to shreds and devoured by a dormant supermassive black hole.
 
New technology speeds massive coral reef survey
Scientists using facial recognition technology and 360-degree underwater photos said Wednesday they have developed new software to quickly assess coral bleaching and other damage to the world's imperiled reefs.
 
Desert scope stakes out supermassive black hole throught to be at galaxy center
A desert telescope has focused with unprecedented sharpness on a star circling a supermassive black hole thought to lurk at the center of our Milky Way galaxy, excited astronomers announced on Wednesday.
 
Warning: Looking at your smartphone while lying in bed at night could wreak havoc on your vision.
 
Too cold for comfort
In this photo provided by the National Science Foundation, a small plane picks up a sick worker at the U.S. South Pole science station. Two people who fell ill while working at the U.S. research station at the South Pole have been evacuated by a small plane that made the daring rescue flight in Antarctica's harsh winter.
 
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