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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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Visiting THE VOID's alpha test

Jarom Moore  |  posted May 19th - 6:30pm
THE VOID virtual reality experience is at least a year from opening, but the alpha test shows promise of a game-changing experience.
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USU adds first doctorate program in aerospace engineering

Spencer Ricks  |  posted May 18th - 8:02pm
Utah's first doctorate program in aerospace engineering will start welcoming students at Utah State University this fall. The program will focus on the engineering of airplanes, rockets, spacecraft and missiles.
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5 of the best new inventions from BYU

Natalie Crofts  |  posted May 18th - 1:29pm
Brigham Young University recently released a list of its five "coolest and most successful inventions of this year."
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$9 computer raises $1M on Kickstarter

Heather Kelly, CNN  |  posted May 18th - 8:06am
In five days, a $9 computer has raised more than $1 million on Kickstarter.
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Tim Cook: How Steve Jobs changed the world

David Goldman, CNN  |  posted May 17th - 7:01pm
In a powerful commencement address to George Washington University graduates, Apple CEO Tim Cook implored the class of 2015 to follow in the footsteps of Steve Jobs.
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Autism conference gathers computer scientists, clinicians

Allison Oligschlaeger  |  posted May 17th - 9:40am
Medical professionals and computer scientists from more than 40 countries are showcasing their work at the 11th annual International Meeting for Autism Research at the Grand America Hotel this weekend.
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NASA: 10,000-year-old Antarctic ice shelf will disappear by 2020

Jareen Imam, CNN  |  posted May 16th - 8:53pm
One of the last remaining sections of Antarctica's Larsen B Ice Shelf is dramatically weakening, according to a new NASA study. The study also predicts that what remains of the once-prominent ice shelf most likely will "disintegrate completely" before the end of this decade.
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Thanksgiving Point celebrates 1-year anniversary for the Museum of Natural Curiosity

Jen Jacobson  |  posted May 16th - 11:20am
Since its inception last year, nearly 700,000 visitors have visited the hands-on museum. With more than 400 exhibits to experience, the Museum of Natural Curiosity has become a favorite of many Utah families.
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1st warm-blooded fish identified by researchers

Natalie Crofts  |  posted May 15th - 6:58pm
Despite living deep in cold water, the opah can keep itself warm. NOAA reported the fish can circulate heated blood throughout its body, making it the first fish known to be fully warm blooded.
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