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Russia's space industry is in crisis caused by funding cuts, corruption and "moral decay," government officials said.
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Peeking into healthy brains to see if Alzheimer's is brewing

Lauran Neergaard, Associated Press  |  posted May 25th - 12:35pm
Sticky plaque gets the most attention, but now healthy seniors at risk of Alzheimer's are letting scientists peek into their brains to see if another culprit is lurking.
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Is the Apple Watch worth your time?

Steven Hummer, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted May 25th - 11:45am
If you're on the fence about Apple's latest gadget, consider the following.
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Study: High altitude may boost babies' risks for SIDS deaths

Lindsey Tanner, Associated Press  |  posted May 25th - 8:17am
Lofty living may make babies vulnerable to sudden infant death syndrome, according to a Colorado study that found higher risks above 8,000 feet (2,400 meters).
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Solar technology allows Smith's to pass savings onto customers

Katie Larsen  |  posted May 24th - 6:24pm
The Smith's Distribution Center in Layton revealed its 4,066 solar panel roof Tuesday.
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Rainy days send curious minds to 'Extreme Mammals' exhibit

Marjorie Cortez  |  posted May 23rd - 7:07pm
On Saturday, Utahns young and old took part in the first day of the museum's weekend-long celebration highlighting its special exhibition, Extreme Mammals. The exhibit runs through July 26.
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Google files patent for creepy teddy bear

Hope King, CNN  |  posted May 23rd - 2:58pm
Remember Teddy, the super-computer toy, from the 2001 film "Artificial Intelligence?" Well, Google might be making one.
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Privacy and drones: how they could hack your information

Kent Larson, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted May 23rd - 11:45am
Somewhere along the line, toy helicopters became drones and drones became tools for warfare or hacking. The result may be the death of privacy.
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6 reasons for women to join Utah's tech gold rush

Sara Davis, KSL.com Contributor  |  posted May 22nd - 11:45am
Tech companies in Silicon Slopes desperately want more women to jump into the industry and it is turning out to be a hard task. However, there are multiple benefits to working in the tech-sector that women might not always consider.
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Practical programming for the normal person: Modules

Benjamin Williams, KSL.com  |  posted May 21st - 11:44am
For our last article in the series, we will learn how to store functions in files, to make them easy to reuse.
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'Stellar exodus' caught on camera for 1st time

Natalie Crofts  |  posted May 20th - 11:55am
White dwarf stars move away from the center of densely packed globular star clusters as they age and cool down. While astronomers have long known about the process, this is the first time it has been observed in action.
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Museum of Ancient Life adds possible family of Utahraptors

Cassidy Hansen  |  posted May 19th - 8:49pm
A 9-ton slab of sandstone that may contain up to 12 Utahraptors — and provide evidence that raptors hunted in family units — was installed into the paleontology lab of the Museum of Ancient Life on Tuesday.
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