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    Orbital Test registered user content locked

    By Ali, Ambreen It's getting crowded up there. In yet another space race driven by privatization, startups are launching projects to get more satellites into Earth's low orbit. Having more satellites closer to…

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    Jet Setters registered user content locked

    By Fister Gale, Sarah Like any leading aerospace company, Embraer is driven by a mission to aim higher. The company ranks as one of the world's largest commercial jet manufacturers, but with newer, more fuel-efficient…

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    Virtual Count registered user content locked

    By Parsi, Novid The United States government is about to embark on one of its highest-stakes IT projects ever—the nation's first digital census. Households will complete online surveys, and field workers will…

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    Global Polio Eradication Initiative registered user content locked

    Keeping polio in check requires a nonstop global assault. As the world's largest public-private health endeavor of its kind, the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) is a prolific force that…

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    Bitcoin registered user content locked

    Graphical description of thehistory of bitcoin.

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    Large Hadron Collider registered user content locked

    What's the world made of? How does it all work? Looking to shed light on those fundamental questions, the European Center for Nuclear Research (CERN) went big. Really big. Its Large Hadron Collider…

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    International Space Station registered user content locked

    It was the most politically complex space exploration initiative ever: Five government agencies spread across the globe would join forces to build a research station in low orbit. It was a noble…

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    Watson registered user content locked

    In the early 2000s, IBM was looking for its next big initiative, a project that would generate buzz similar to the public and press adoration that followed when its supercomputer beat chess legend…

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    Apollo 11 registered user content locked

    On 20 July 1969, the world watched in awe and disbelief as U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong slowly bounced across the moon's surface. it was one small step for man and one giant leap for project…

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    Human Genome Project registered user content locked

    Deciphering the roughly 30,000 genes that make up human life would have been challenging enough. Add in that the technology needed to do it hadn't yet been invented—and that the project team spanned…

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