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It's long been known that dogs and cats can be trained to identify the volatile chemicals released by human illnesses. What if we could fine tune that sense and put it into a microchip, allowing us to create a breathalyzer for diseases?
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Survey: Will we give up privacy without a fight?

Heather Kelly, CNN  |  posted Dec 19th - 7:26am
What kind of privacy will you have 10 years from now?
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U. study shows meth use increases risk for Parkinson's disease

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Dec 18th - 9:14pm
People who have a history of using methamphetamine have a higher risk of developing Parkinson's disease later in life, a new study shows.
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Teen creates app displaying campsites throughout Utah

Faith Heaton Jolley  |  posted Dec 18th - 2:05pm
A Utah teen decided to combine his love of camping and technology to complete his Eagle Scout project — an app listing Utah campsites.
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Rover detects organic matter on Mars

Marcia Dunn, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 18th - 11:45am
NASA's Mars rover, Curiosity, has detected spikes of methane in the planet's atmosphere. That suggests something is producing or venting the scientifically tantalizing gas, but no one knows what.
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UK proposes rules for embryos made from 3 people

Maria Cheng, Associated Press  |  posted Dec 17th - 7:33pm
New rules proposed in Britain would make it the first country to allow embryos to be made from the DNA of three people in order to prevent mothers from passing on potentially fatal genetic diseases to their babies.
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Unemployed men suffer more than unemployed women, survey shows

Megan Marsden Christensen  |  posted Dec 17th - 7:20pm
Weak growth, foreign competition and technological change have caused many Americans to lose their jobs, and men are having a harder time handling unemployment than women, according to a new survey.
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BYU team excavates million-mummy cemetery

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Dec 17th - 11:45am
Archaeologists from Brigham Young University are working to excavate a densely populated cemetery in Egypt before it is taken over by nearby farmers.
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Solar sunflower inspired by nature could bring clean energy anywhere

Peter Shadbolt, CNN  |  posted Dec 17th - 9:20am
Imagine a transportable solar power station that tracks the sun like a sunflower and cools itself by pumping water through its veins just like a plant.
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Robot ‘shark’ swims, gathers data for Navy

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Dec 16th - 11:45am
The navy's newest robot looks just like a shark.
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The Sony mega-hack: What you need to know

Jose Pagliery, CNN  |  posted Dec 15th - 5:37pm
The Sony Pictures hack was already bad, but it's getting much worse. The Nov. 24 hack has evolved into an international crisis, filled with extortion attempts and embarrassing leaks that include details about the lives of Hollywood celebrities.
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Neighbor's loss inspires Utah man to create 'disguised' fire extinguisher

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Dec 15th - 12:05pm
Greg Mockett was worried after two homes in his neighborhood were lost to fire in 2013, including one that went up in flames on Christmas Eve.
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