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What are this week’s most interesting stories in the world of science and tech? Here’s what we’ve come up with. Let us know what you’re reading in the comments below. Scientists have just thawed a 12,400-year-old puppy found in Russian permafrost | Science Alert A now extinct breed of dog has been discovered in a remarkable […]

What we’re reading

We’re back, serving up another list of good reads for your weekend reading pleasure.   Our liquid fingerprints: Micrograph photos reveal the unique beauty of tears | Quartz From chopping onions to feeling genuine sadness, every tear that you produce is different.  Artist Maurice Mikkers is studying the microscopic beauty and complexity of our tears. Insanely complex machine […]

What we’re reading

Looking to catch up on the latest science and tech stories?  You’ve come to the right place.  The Lonely Launchpads and Rusted Rockets of America’s Abandoned Space Facilities | Atlas Obscura The graveyard of ambition?  In 1962, President Kennedy called space travel “the most hazardous and dangerous and greatest adventure on which man has ever […]