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Genetics

Scientists Say They Can Recreate Living Dinosaurs Within the Next Few Years

Get this: The renowned paleontologist who inspired 'Jurassic Park' is attempting to recreate dinosaurs by reversing the evolution of the modern-day chicken.

Everything You Need to Know About Cyber Insurance

What it covers, what it costs and why it matters.

Explorer Attempts Longest Solo Trip in a Solar-Powered Aircraft

The Solar Impulse 2 is currently in flight from Nagoya, Japan, to Hawaii.

How This Ex-Googler Is Reinventing the Way Security Cameras Work

Carter Maslan's app Camio only gives you the footage you might actually use.

Bill Gates Has Spent $1 Billion on Renewable Energy -- And He Wants to Spend Even More

He sees energy technology as the only affordable solution to climate change.

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