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The world's most accurate clock will keep time for 5 billion years

An experimental clock has set the records for both accuracy and stability, being able to keep time for longer than the Earth has been in existence.

By January 22, 2014

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Video delivers the 'works' on fireworks

Just in time for Independence Day, a new video from the American Chemical Society teaches you the science behind the sparkle.

By July 2, 2014

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Researchers 3D-print a fully functional loudspeaker

A team from Cornell University has managed to 3D-print an entire speaker -- coils, magnets, and all.

By December 17, 2013

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Emotional crisis! Ditching my iPhone for a new gadget love

When Crave's Michael Franco trades his aged iPhone for a sleek new slab of tech, he's hit by guilt over tossing his trusty iDevice. Guilt over letting go of a phone, really? Why? He goes searching for answers.

By March 3, 2014

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New materials promise ultra-low-power computing

UC Berkeley researchers unveil materials that could potentially reduce the amount of voltage required for a CPU to operate, paving the way for ultra-low-power computing.

By September 12, 2011

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Talking Geiger counter developed for blind

An association for the blind will sell a Geiger counter that reads out levels, while Toshiba develops a radiation hot-spot camera.

By December 15, 2011

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What Japan's nuclear crisis means for public health (Q&A)

Tiny amounts of radiation from the stricken nuclear power plant have spread across the Pacific. An expert from Columbia's Center for Radiological Research assesses the health risks.

By April 15, 2011

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Chemists brew 'greener' fireworks

Researchers are cooking up safer, more eco-friendly pyrotechnics.

By July 3, 2008