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Engineers Develop a Method to Encode Two Different Holograms in One Surface

Researchers from Caltech developed a series of nano-towers that can project one hologram when hit with light at 0 degree angles and then a different hologram when hit with light at 30 degree angles.By Shelby RogersDecember 18, 2017Holograms have been part of pop culture for over 50 years, from science fiction novels to Princess Leia& 39;s famous plea to Obi-Wan Kenobi in Star Wars.
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Massive Reforestation Efforts in Brazil Will See 73 Million Trees Planted

Serious reforestation efforts are underway in Brazil this year thanks to the actions of Conservation International in spearheading a historical project, along with the collaboration of local and international organizations.By Mario L. MajorNovember 04, 2017The end of the twentieth century witnessed the beginning of the mobilization of efforts to protect the Brazilian Amazon rainforest, which began to disappear at an alarming rate.
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Take Professional-Grade Shots With This 3-Axis Gimbal

Sponsored byStackCommerceIn addition to being a somewhat embarrassing accessory to use in public, the traditional long-form selfie stick isn’t very practical when it comes to finding the perfect angle for a variety of shots.November 05, 2018Everyone with a cell phone in their hand likes to think of themselves as a professional photographer these days.
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The 20 Highest-Rated Science Books on Goodreads & Amazon

Not all science-related books are created equal and these 20 highest-rated science books on Goodreads and Amazon are no exception. They cover a wide range of scientific disciplines and are a good mixture of old and new.The list contains some absolute classics of scientific literature and some more modern masterpieces but all are well worth reading.
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This Startup Teaches Crows to Pick up Cigarette Butts from City Streets

A dutch startup is training crows to pick up cigarette butts from city streets. The crows will be rewarded with food for every butt they deliver.By Jessica MileyOctober 18, 2017There are more than 4.5 trillion cigarette butts thrown on the ground around the world each year. 98 percent of these butts are made from plastics like cellulose acetate that take more than 10 years to break down.
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