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On an April weekend, engineers, designers and astronauts-in-training met to test suits for commercial, suborbital spaceflight.
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AI is helping to identify safer techniques in construction work.
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Find out how more bicycles on the road actually makes it safer for both cyclists and motorists.
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A new device can recognize that you are too sleepy before you do.
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"The Sports Gene," by David Epstein, provides a terrific review of the science of elite athletic performance.
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Researchers test new road technology enabling cars to interact with one another.
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