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Evolution may explain why treated tumors sometimes spread more aggressively than untreated ones.
Mathematicians have discovered how to divide a cake fairly among three people.
The way data centers devour resources could be dramatically reduced by embracing "community cloud computing." And Wikipedia may be the perfect test bed.
New terahertz-detecting technology could make "intimate" body-search-at-a-distance cameras as cheap and easy as conventional video shots.
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Forcing electron beams to emit light could change nanophotonics forever.
The latest images of methane drizzle on Titan appear to settle the argument over whether it really does rain on Saturn's largest moon
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The Shanghai Composite Index will burst between July 17 and 27, according to a new econophysics forecast.