This week in science: record low highs

A hiker looks into a massive moulin on a glacier in Alaska. Mourns are like frozen sinkholes often leading to underground lakes through which cold meltwater flows when large ice formations are warming up. We might just melt the north pole yet! Every year around late February to early March, Arctic …

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Today's News: March 25, 2017

A Police Standoff WIth a Gunman on the Las Vegas Strip Comes to an End Credit A gunman who shot and killed one person and injured another Saturday afternoon on the Las Vegas strip was taken into custody after an hours-long standoff with police. The man, whose identity has not …

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The Intriguing Art and Technology of AfroFeminism

A world that converges technology, science, and art all centered on the black woman (Image: iStock.com/Victor_Tongdee) I wasn’t quite sure what I was looking at when I visited the NeuroSpeculative AfroFeminism (NSAF) by Hyphen-Labs exhibit at SXSW. Is this art? Technology? Fashion? I did know that I was looking upon …

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