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Forget text messaging, the 'oPhone' lets you send smells

03/18/2014 7:54am
A new generation of engineers are going beyond sight and sound to produce devices that use our untapped faculties. Perhaps the most exciting breakthroughs are in the form of smell-centered communication.

Oldest cancer found in ancient human skeleton, archaeologists say

03/18/2014 11:45am
The oldest case of metastatic cancer has been discovered in the 3,000-year-old skeleton of a young man, archaeologists said. They said it shows cancer is not just a modern disease.

3-D printer saves toddler struggling to breathe

03/18/2014 4:59pm
When Garrett Peterson was born, nurses couldn't rotate his head from side to side. Doing so made him turn blue instantly.
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