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Toys that move, make noise, and light up are winding up in landfills—but they could be recycled, with better policies.
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The extinct arthropods date back at least 490 million years.
How to trap cosmic rays in a jar like it’s 1951
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These adaptable berries have many interesting botanical features.
The IRS delayed its controversial new policy regarding digital payment platforms
If you use Venmo, PayPal, and other services for side hustles, you now have more time to adjust.
Over 6,000 sacrificed animal bones tell a story of Iron Age Spain
Archaeologists found numerous horses in addition to pigs, cattle, and one dog at the Casas del Turuñuelo archaeological site.
Army ants could teach robots a thing or two
Army ants use their bodies to build bridges. Robots could soon take a cue from the tiny insect’s ability to collaborate.
Even without brains, jellyfish learn from their mistakes
Plus other weird things we learned this week.
Actually, never mind, Sam Altman is back as OpenAI’s CEO
The shakeup at one of Silicon Valley's most important AI companies continues.
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