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This does not look like fun.

Sorry, we will not all be having sex with robots in the future

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The celebratory dinner comes later.

Why it's wise to gamble first, eat later

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A qubit chip from D-Wave Systems, code-named "Vesuvius."

How quantum computing could change everything

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Musical training can be put to all kinds of good uses.

Why musicians are better multitaskers

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Innovation of the week: A more resilient umbrella

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Painting the universe's portrait

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An illustration from The Hieroglyph Project.

Can science fiction spur scientific innovation?

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17th century mathematician Ada Lovelace is considered the founder of computer science.

The women who shaped the computer age

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A little too close?

Why some men develop signs of pregnancy

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Pizza is the great gender equalizer — both men and women order it.

What big data can tell us about the things we eat

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Here's to about 995 more happy birthdays.

How 1,000-year lifespans could remake the economy

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Skynet's not calling the shots — yet.

Rise of the machines

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Innovation of the week: The air conditioner bracelet

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From left: Buenos Aires, Athens, New Orleans, and Mogadishu.

These researchers have a novel way to classify every city

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The IVF procedure.

Inside the rise of embryo adoption

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Autumn, Germany

The science of autumn colors

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Turns out, a little helicopter mom time may help junior thrive.

How moms change brains

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Innovation of the week: The tire that can't go flat

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The future of flight?

The robots of resistance

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Hey there, buddy.

This is your brain on dogs

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Is Ello the site that could challenge Zuckerberg's Facebook empire?

Ello isn't the Facebook alternative you were promised

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The auto bungalow

9 bizarre and endearing inventions (from 100 years ago)

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