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Self-Assembling Robots
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
10/07/13
Summary: New robots that are cubes with no external moving parts are able to climb, leap, roll, and even attach themselves to each other

Fossils Prove Flowers Appeared Much Earlier
Topic: Origin & Evolution of Life
10/06/13
Summary: Scientists have identified plant-like fossil pollen grains that are 100 million years older than previously reported fossil pollen.

Climate Puzzle Over Origins of Life on Earth
Topic: Origin & Evolution of Life
10/06/13
Summary: Scientists have ruled out one theory that attempts to explain how the Earth was warm enough for life to originate on Earth at a time when the Sun's energy was only three quarters of its current strength.

Putting a Face on a Robot
Topic: Robotics & A.I.
10/05/13
Summary: A new study finds that older and younger people have different preferences for the appearances of personal robots.

A New Look at Creating the Seeds of Life in Asteroids
Topic: Meteorites, Comets and Asteroids
10/05/13
Summary: Scientists have introduced an new theory explaining how biomolecules could have been formed inside of asteroids in the early Solar System.

Scientists Create Artificial Cell Membranes
Topic: Origin & Evolution of Life
10/04/13
Summary: Scientists have developed a method for assembling membranes layer by layer to create synthetic cells. Their work could help astrobiologists understand how the first living cells originated.

Mars Crater May be an Ancient Supervolcano
Topic: Mars
10/03/13
Summary: For the first time, scientists have discovered what could be a supervolcano on Mars.

Patchy Clouds on an Exotic World
Topic: New Planets
10/03/13
Summary: Previously astronomers have developed temperature maps of extrasolar planets. Now they have created the first cloud map of a giant planet orbiting a distant star.

A Vesta Reality Check
Topic: Meteorites, Comets and Asteroids
10/02/13
Summary: Close-up views of Vesta from NASA's Dawn spacecraft are helping scientists better interpret Earth-based observations of the giant asteroid.

Mars Igneous Rock is Surprisingly Earth-Like
Topic: Mars
10/02/13
Summary: For almost 14 months, Curiosity has been uncovering new clues about the potential for life on ancient Mars. Now, the rover's analysis of a surprisingly 'Earth-like' martian rock is revealing details about the planet's interior.

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