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    Science Says: Your Dog Might Just Be A Bob Marley Lover

    I always assumed my Chihuahuas must be Drake fans, like me, but science says your dog might just be a Bob Marley lover. Cue up your Spotify playlists, because music could be the key to helping your four legged best friend be more relaxed! The Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, along […]

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    Here’s What You Need To Know About Meat Grown In A Lab

    Technology never ceases to amaze me. From cryptocurrency, to flying cars, and everything in between, we’re really covering amazing ground in society in regards to all of the relatively recent technological developments. Meat grown in a lab is one of the latest technological developments that could be coming to you sooner than you think. Here’s […]

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    25 Geeky Flasks and Shot Glasses for the Nerdy Boozer in Your Life

    Flasks are one of those go-to, perfect for just about anybody gifts. Traditionally, brides and grooms love to gift flasks to their wedding party, but they also make great gifts for parents, siblings, or workmates. And if any of those people are geeks, let me tell you, you’ve got options. Here are 25 ways to help your favorite party […]

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    Hello Kitty Science in Wonderland

    Hello Kitty has fans spanning the globe, and now she’s making waves in her home country again. This time, it’s all about the science. Yes, you read that correctly. With a cosplay twist of course. Nasu Highland Park, Japan, has just opened a Hello Kitty Science in Wonderland exhibition designed to encourage young people to […]

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    New Study Reveals Dogs Excrete Along Earth’s Magnetic Field

    Hard-hitting science today, as the culmination of two years of scientists rigorously observing dogs urinate and defecate all over the place has resulted in conclusions that will rock the scientific community for years to come. Or, it’ll be science’s answer to Gangnam Style. Either way. Indeed, for two years, it was the job of some […]

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    Young Women Take Top Honors at Intel Science Talent Search 2011

    Each year the Intel Science Talent Search offers an opportunity for the brightest high school seniors around the country to compete against one another by presenting original research to nationally recognized professional scientists. This year, the second place spot went to seventeen year old Michelle Hackman of Great Neck, New York, whose research project is […]