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Jason Socrates Bardi, Editor
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Tiny Mass, Huge Costs.
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Physics Today magazine features a special article this month examining science stereotypes in the popular TV show
The most powerful tool in the world is studying hard-to-catch particles called neutrinos.
Scientists are making new lenses that can reshape themselves.
Understanding the effects of noise pollution on people, places and wildlife in National Parks
A new handheld device makes eye exams accessible for billions of people who need it most.
In the 1940s there were 5,000 scholars from China -- some stayed in the U.S. and some went back to China after 1949
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