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Scientists Say Melting Ice Threatens Global Seed Vault


The Svalbard Global Seed Vault, a safeguard of the world’s most important crops, flooded after permafrost surrounding the entrance thawed in Norway.

The Tech That Keeps You from Totaling Your Car Might Actually Total It Easier in a Crash


How’s this for a catch-22? Automakers are including more complicated safety features to keep you safe in the event of a crash, or in some cases, keep you from crashing entirely. But if you do crash, your car’s probably going to get totaled a lot easier.

Low Income Areas in Mexico to Get Solar Investment

Renewables Now

The Mexican government announced it will invest MXN 438 million to install more than 10,000 solar systems in rural areas of the country.

Now Legal in Mexico, Smart Recycling’s Biodiesel Is Sticking It to the Man


In Mexico, people are looking for alternative energy sources. Of the five or six Mexican companies producing biodiesel, Smart Recycling is emerging as one of the most important.

Should Scientists Bring Extinct Species Back to Life?

The Conversation

De-extinction has moved from the realm of science-fiction to something that is now nearly feasible. Some types of lost mammals, birds or frogs may soon be able to be revived through de-extinction technologies. But just because we can, does it mean we should?

How Google Plans to Reach Its ’Next Billion’ Users with Android Go


Android Go will use stripped-down versions of apps that have been custom made to work best with the system, designed to use less memory, storage space and data.

The Fight to Rethink - and Reinvent - Nuclear Power


New nuclear energy technology has come a long way - but can we get over our fears?

Learn a New Language In the Moments You Spend Idle with MIT’s New App


WaitSuite uses “micro-moments” - extremely small intervals of time otherwise spent idle - to teach you new vocabulary words and test how far along you’ve gotten.

The 5-Gallon Bucket a Cornerstone of Mexico’s Growth

Mexico News Daily

The growth of modern Mexico has been augmented by an item so ubiquitous it is found in every household and business through the country - the omnipresent five-gallon plastic bucket.

If Yucatan Asteroid Hit Was 30 Seconds Off, Dinosaurs Might Still Be Here

Digital Journal

Dinosaurs were wiped out 66 million years ago after an asteroid struck Earth in the Yucatan Peninsula. Scientists now believe had the asteroid arrived 30 seconds earlier or later, dinosaurs might still roam the Earth and humans might not be here.

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