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NASA is reviewing candidates for its next Solar System mission

Mariella Moon juno nasa newfrontiers newfrontiersprogram

NASA might be focusing on Mars recently, but it hasn't forgotten the rest of the Solar System. The agency has begun reviewing the 12 proposals it received for the New Frontiers program, the same one that gave rise to New Horizons, Juno and other nota...

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Tesla collects videos from cars to improve its self-driving tech

Jon Fingas autonomous autopilot car electriccar

If Tesla is going to fulfill its ambitions of making practical self-driving cars, it's going to need a lot of real-world data to teach its cars what to look for -- and that includes your own car. Tesla has pushed an Autopilot update that, in additio...

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For some, access to healthcare could start with at-home lab testing

Sarah Buhr Everlywell Food and Drug Administration health care TC

 Most at-home lab testing devices like Scanadu and Cor are still waiting for FDA approval, but simple lab testing can still be done in the confines of your own home and then shipped to a lab and that’s led to a handful of new startups offering services like STD or food allergy tests. Everlywell, an Austin-based at-home lab testing startup (and a Disrupt Battlefield company), aims to make… Read More

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As environmental battles shift to states, renewable energy adoption could come down to good ole economics

Jonathan Shieber TC

 Last week hundreds of thousands of Americans took to the streets to protest what they saw as the evisceration of environmental legislation and a rollback of US efforts to stem the tide of climate change. Protests in Washington, Boston, New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Seattle and other American cities coincided with the culmination of President Donald Trump’s first 100 days. Over… Read More

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Cybersecurity expert Richard Clarke talks about the “sentinel personalities” who will save us all

John Biggs Europe TC

 Richard Clarke has been watching the world for decades. The cybersecurity czar for the Bush and Clinton administrations, Clarke has been thinking and writing about threats – real-world and cyber – for years, culminating in his latest book, Warnings, a forthcoming title co-written with R.P. Eddy. Warnings looks at seven past Cassandras – people with so-called… Read More

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