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    Making Waves

    It's a truly clean slate. At least, that's the thinking behind seasteading—the idea of building floating cities in international waters to allow residents to design societies and governments from…

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    Red Planet Race

    By Rockwood, Kate The distance between Earth and Mars is starting to feel shorter. "The enthusiasm and momentum for sending humans to Mars is higher than it's ever been," Ashwin Vasavada, project scientist at NASA's…

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    Stronger Connections

    By Jones, Tegan Latin America has come online in full force over the last decade—and Chile has emerged as its digital frontrunner. Nearly 4 in 5 adults can access the internet, and 65 percent own a smartphone—more…

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    Reviving the Fusion Dream

    By Ali, Ambreen The long search for nuclear energy's promised land is, once again, heating up. After decades of large government-backed projects becoming mired in delays, cost overruns and political uncertainty,…

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    A Cure for Cancer Projects

    By Ritcheson, Andrew We now live in the Cancer Moonshot era. This audacious global initiative, launched by the U.S. government this year, is a battle cry to win the war on cancer, allowing it to be managed like any…

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    Gaining steam

    By Fretty, Peter In 2006, Nicaragua suffered an energy crisis, with countrywide blackouts lasting from four to 12 hours a day, because the country was too dependent on imported fuel oil. As a result, the Nicaraguan…