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  • Cartwheeling spider, corpse-hoarding wasp among bizarre new species
    A morbidly maternal wasp, a crop-circle-creating pufferfish and an acrobatic arachnid are among the bizarre and awe-inspiring new species named in 2014, according to a new ranking
  • SpaceX Dragon cargo capsule splashes down in Pacific Ocean
    SpaceX's robotic Dragon capsule returned to Earth today Thursday, wrapping up the private spaceflight company's sixth cargo mission to the International Space Station.
  • 'The Next MacGyver' competition aims to encourage more women to pursue STEM
    Back when she was growing up, Veronica Eliasson used to be rooted in front of her family’s television watching “MacGyver” with her younger brother. The long-running action-adventure series followed the exploits of an American secret agent who came up with inventive solutions to difficult problems by engineering tools out of everyday things.  Think objects like duct tape, for instance. The show had worldwide appeal, and for the young Eliasson, whose father always told her she should become an engineer, it opened her eyes to the fact that science could be fun — and exciting.
  • Hitler's long-lost bronze horses found in warehouse
    Two life-size bronze horses commissioned to stand outside Adolf Hitler's chancellery disappeared from their last known location in Germany in 1989.
  • World's oldest stone tools predate humans
    The oldest handmade stone tools discovered yet predate any known humans and may have been wielded by an as-yet-unknown species, researchers say

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