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Check out the latest and coolest tech gadgets

Get the latest crazy car concepts, super-thin screens, next-generation phones and oddball gadgets from the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show.
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NASA protects astronauts from sound that peels paint off the walls

Engineers simulate the roar of a space launch to test new rockets. NASA's mission to Mars goes through the Reverberant Acoustic Test Facility in Ohio.
Rocket launching (© NASA Images)

This might inspire you to find your own launch opportunities

If you are a budding scientist with an unsupportive counselor, “stick to your guns,” Sandra Cauffman says. “This is the 21st century!”
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A jump-start for Africa’s new generation of tech talent

Andela, a New York–based training company, has set out on a mission of finding and grooming the best software developers in Africa — thousands of them.
Earth seen from orbit with moon in distance (NASA)

NASA, European Space Agency plan mission beyond the moon

The European Space Agency will contribute key components for a NASA mission to take humans around the moon within the next few years.
President Obama sitting at desk, writing (White House/Pete Souza)

Obama talks tech as guest editor of Wired

President Obama served as editor in chief for a top tech magazine, Wired. See what he's exploring in the November issue.
Illustration of computers connected with different national flags (State Dept./Doug Thompson)

Making the world more accessible through translation

Online translation services are getting better thanks to machine learning, opening up a world of options to non-English speakers.
Astronaut in space (NASA)

Record-breaking spacewalker Peggy Whitson retires at 58

The world's most experienced spacewoman has retired after spending more time in orbit than any other American astronaut.
Bugs in a display case (ASU Now/Deanna Dent)

Couple donates bug collection worth millions — priceless to researchers

Two of the world’s foremost experts on insects are donating to a U.S. university their collection of insects, one of the world's largest and most important.