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This lens could turn your smartphone into a microscope!
160x magnification from a tiny silicon droplet.
http://bit.ly/1kNB2fI

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Think about it: the most important part of a heist is getting away, and that’s where things go wrong.

You can’t out-drive the cops: they’ll close off the roads and lay down those spikes. You can’t hide: they’ve got those DNA sniffers. You can’t go underground: the sewer is full of mutants. So obviously you’ve got to go up, up, up.

Read our latest #scifi short story "The Ungreat Escape" by Siobhan Gallagher: http://www.cosmosmagazine.com/fiction/6274/the-ungreat-escape

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Perched like giant metal spiders in the remote Australian outback, the antennae of a newly unveiled telescope array will give the world a vastly improved view of the Sun – and much faster warnings on massive solar storms. #sciencesunday  

Read more: http://bit.ly/RxWg7Q
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Powerful computers are studying our digital footprints, down to the most mundane activities in our day-to-day lives. They know what we buy and how we vote, and may end up altering society in unrecognisable ways.

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Should fully autonomous military robots that can kill without human intervention be banned from use in warfare? http://bit.ly/Tczws0

Pictured: U.S. Army soldiers in Iraq use a robot to pull out the remote control unit from an improvised explosive device. Credit: Russell E. Cooley IV
  #military #war #army  
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The stuff of science fiction has been brought a step closer to reality with the unveiling of an invisibility cloak by American scientists.

Read more: http://bit.ly/S88Vej
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An underground movement in Australia and the U.S. is giving people a sixth sense: the ability to 'feel' magnetic fields.

Meet Morris Umali and the real Magneto men: http://bit.ly/Q9G63Y

#bodyart #cyborg  
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Sky-gazers in northern Australia donned protective glasses as the clouds parted to allow them to witness one of nature's greatest phenomena – a total eclipse of the Sun. (Image: Greg Wood/AFP)

Full story: http://bit.ly/STMUio #eclipse2012  
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