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Photo of the Week: Oceans Damaged by Climate Change Take Thousands of Years to Recover

Recovery from climate change and the deoxygenation of seawater -- which can alter ocean ecology very quickly -- was previously thought to be on a 100-year scale. But scientist Sarah Moffitt proved that wrong. READ MORE
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Photo of the Week: Scientists Model Adhesion Tech After Gecko Feet

Scientists have replicated the setae on geckos' feet in the form of microscopic pillars, an array of which on the end of a tool can bond with many surfaces when an object needs to be picked up. READ MORE
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Photo of the Week: Icelandic Aurora Perfect for St. Patrick's Day

A geomagnetic storm is creating brilliant green auroras over the North and South poles -- and has the potential to disrupt communications infrastructure and parts of the power grid. READ MORE
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Photo of the Week: Driverless Mercedes Takes a Spin in San Francisco

Some questioned whether the car galavanting around the City by the Bay was truly running autonomously or was under human control. READ MORE
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Photo of the Week: New York City's IT Epicenter

Open since 2013, the facility has the people and tools to tackle a variety of tech issues affecting infrastructure, applications, network, voice and data functions. READ MORE
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Photo of the Week: Los Angeles Launches Historic Places Website

Visitors to the new website can admire pre-1900 architecture, plan land development, or spot Bob Hope's house. READ MORE