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Award-Winning Wristband Measures Blood Alcohol Content Through Sweat

Michele Debczak

The device just received a $200,000 prize.

A Study-Backed Technique for Remembering Your To-Do List

Shaunacy Ferro

Look for a clue to associate with your intention to do something later.

Octopuses, Cuttlefish, and Squid Are Thriving in Warming Waters

Kate Horowitz

An octopus uprising seems more possible with every passing day.

‘The Legend of Zelda’ Is Now a Chess Set

Rudie Obias

The video game’s iconic characters are making their way from Hyrule to game board.

10 (More) Outrageous Movie Theories You Didn’t See Coming

Rudie Obias

Could Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry be a figment of (non-wizard) Harry Potter’s imagination?

New Google App Lets You Conduct Science Experiments With Your Phone

Anna Green

Google’s latest free app for science-lovers of all ages transforms your smartphone into a laboratory.

India Launches Its First Reusable Space Shuttle

Andrew LaSane

The launch of the small shuttle was a major milestone for the country.

The Sesame Workshop Wants to Take Child Refugees to School

Jake Rossen

The Muppet factory is bringing education to where it's needed most.

Floating Parade Brings the Works of Hieronymus Bosch to Life

Kirstin Fawcett

Each June, artists reeneact the Dutch artist's bizarre paintings while cruising down a river in the Netherlands.

11 Things You Didn’t Know About Sunscreen

Kate Horowitz

It's not just for the beach.

Name the Category That Fits All Three Items

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The Missing Links: Can You Pass a Child's Test From a Century Ago?

Colin Patrick

Google Promises Their Modular Phone Will Do "Crazy Stuff"

Jake Rossen

If you've ever wished your cell could thwart crime, Google's Ara might be the phone for you.

A “Roald Dahl Rose” Celebrates the Author’s Love of Gardens

Shaunacy Ferro

An English rose, debuting at a UK flower show this week, honors the author’s 100th birthday.

Record-Breaking Heat Sears Southern Asia

Dennis Mersereau

Over the past few weeks, several countries have measured the hottest temperatures they’ve ever recorded.

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