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Indian origin team develops model for safer self-driving cars

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16-Year-old Swedish activist nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

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Your brain cells may be making you brave

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Northeastern professor Auroop Ganguly on storm of uncertainty in climate change

By Aria Bacci News at Northeastern Climate change isn’t a monolith. It’s characterized by the melting of ice caps over time as much as by a...

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