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A New Study Shows Exactly How the Dinosaurs Died

Vice News

The study provides the best evidence yet as to what happened 66 million years ago when an asteroid smashed into Earth.

How Doctors Without Borders Uses Tech to Help Tell the Story of Refugees


A new immersive exhibit by Doctors Without Borders uses VR and 360 video to give a glimpse into the lives of people forced to flee violence.

NASA Releases Creepy Radio Recordings from Space


Just in time for Halloween, NASA has released a compilation of elusive ’sounds’ of howling planets and whistling helium that is sure to make your skin crawl.

Facing High Legal Fees, Immigrants Are Using Web Tools to Apply for Green Cards


Tech services are promising to help undocumented people apply for legal status, but can they deliver?

Testing Work on Border Wall Prototypes Begins Soon

New China

U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced this week that eight different prototypes of border wall proposed by President Donald Trump had been constructed and the testing work would begin very soon.

Engineers Are Seeking Answers to Why Mexico City Earthquake Was So Deadly

Brigham Young University

After the September Mexico City earthquake, GEER used drones and on-site data collection to study how structures fared. The data will be used to engineer structures that can better withstand earthquakes and help save lives.

A New Folding Car Shrinks to Fit Motorcycle Parking


The made-in-Israel City Transformer is an electric smart car whose wheelbase folds in at the push of a button to fit into a motorcycle parking space. City Transformer is touted as the world’s first vehicle of its kind.

40 Million People in Mexico Are Not Connected to the Internet. Yet.


In collaboration with multiple financial partners and the Mexican government, Altan Redes is building a shared wireless network across the country.

Scientists Say That Mexican Capital Is Sinking Rapidly


The Mexican capital is sinking rapidly and irregularly, creating fractures on the soil, according to studies carried out by experts from the National Autonomous University of Mexico.

Nonprofits Need Social Video and Easier Software Is Coming to Their Rescue


Many nonprofits and other humanitarian organizations don’t have the means to produce high quality video, especially quickly and regularly. So video-forward communicators are turning to companies like Animoto, whose tagline says it all: "Make great videos. Easily."

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