Science and science fiction is no longer the province of geeks and overachievers. The future has arrived and Smithsonian Magazine is bringing it to D.C. this spring.
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Vast ocean found beneath ice of Saturn moon, NASA-European spacecraft Cassini makes discovery
NASA cuts ties with Russia over Ukraine crisis; cooperation with space station continues
Wiring diagram for mouse brain created, should give insights into human brain function
Unmanned subs could be key to finding vanished jet if searchers can narrow crash zone
Doubts about stem cell research are a setback for Japanese efforts to promote science
Department of Energy: Second trip into troubled New Mexico nuclear dump finds no contamination
Rockies gray wolf numbers resilient in the face of hunting, government pack removals
What will happen to Japan's whaling in Antarctic after world court ordered program to stop?
Call it the orbital two-step; Space station dodges space junk for second time in 3 weeks
Officials: Warden, 2 others disciplined in death of New York City inmate in overheated cell
European Space Agency launching 1st satellite as part of new environment monitoring system
UN report dials up humanity's global warming risks; scientist says 'We're all sitting ducks'
A hotter world means less food, higher costs, 'hotspots of hunger,' UN climate panel says
New $244 million security system finally complete at Los Alamos National Laboratory
West Coast lawmakers seek funding for earthquake early warning system
Sea garbage frustrates search for Flight 370 and points to wider problems in world's oceans
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