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Next goal for Mars rover: Victoria Crater December 14, 2006 NASA scientists look for a way to get Mars rover into--and out of--a massive crater on the Red Planet. Postcards from the edge of Victoria Crater
Can baking soda curb global warming? November 27, 2007 A start-up in Texas says it can turn the carbon dioxide emitted by power plants into baking soda.Photos: Fumes turned baking soda
RFID safe for medical monitoring? June 26, 2008 Dutch scientists find that the tracking-and-tracing chips can interfere with hospital equipment, thus putting patients in danger.
Bringing vision to the nearly blind June 5, 2006 MIT fellow Elizabeth Goldring works with scientists and produces art to help the nearly blind see more than light and shadows. Images: Visuals for the nearly blind
Scientist delves into Mars mysteries February 17, 2006 Mars rover expert Steven Squyres says we soon could learn more about materials found in the Gusev Crater. Photos: A look at the Red Planet
Mars rovers showing signs of age December 6, 2005 The Mars rovers are getting creaky. But they have far exceeded expectations and presented evidence of water on the red planet. Photos: Mars rovers still chugging
Q&A: Explorer prepares for Arctic expedition January 24, 2008 Pen Hadow, who's preparing for a months-long trek across the Arctic, speaks on climate change, how technology has changed the life of an explorer, and the dangers of swimming with bears.
Meteor warning system needed, says panel February 17, 2007 Strikes are rare, but the results could be cataclysmic; an early detection system could prevent such impacts, scientists say.
Video: Is there an asteroid in your future?
NASA launches twin robots to map the sun October 26, 2006 The two-year mission aims to capture the first-ever 3D images of solar storms--which can pack the punch of an armory's worth of nuclear bombs. Photos: Twin robots to map the sun
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