The Loyal Engineers Steering NASA’s Voyager Probes Across the Universe. Some of them have been on the project for more than 40 years.
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How Urban Planners Want to Reduce Traffic Without Building Highways. It involves an incentive for people to take mass transit during rush hours.
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An Argument for Why America Needs More Processed Food. Some scientists believe that what you're eating matters more than what's been done to it.
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10 Things You Learn When You Go Backpacking In A Wheelchair. Amy Oulton's trip through Asia required flexibility and trust.
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How America Fell Into—and Out of—Love With Mock Turtle Soup. The ingredients make it seem much tastier than turtle.
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From Boy Geniuses to Mad Scientists: How Americans Got So Weird About Science. Parents can get pretty excited about their children making the world a better place.
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Want to be happier? Live in a small house.
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Competitive Gravedigging Is a Real Thing in Europe. Precision and esthetics count, in addition to speed.