Will the Cars of the Future Be 3D-Printed?
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Will the Cars of the Future Be 3D-Printed?

When 3D printing first appeared, it may have seemed like a fad–something to keep garage…

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One Man’s Plan to Revolutionize Electric Cars and Elections
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One Man’s Plan to Revolutionize Electric Cars and Elections

After almost 13 years in development, Arcimoto’s three-wheeled electric vehicles had finally started rolling off…

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Meet the Women Fighting the Global Surge in Plastic Waste
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Meet the Women Fighting the Global Surge in Plastic Waste

Dr. Jenna Jambeck and Dr. Christine Cuomo are discovering innovative ways to keep plastics out…

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How Singapore Built a Fairly Harmonious Society
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How Singapore Built a Fairly Harmonious Society

Singapore suffered from race riots sparked by deep political and economic differences in 1964, tensions…

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How Bill Barr Thrives in Trump’s Chaos
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How Bill Barr Thrives in Trump’s Chaos

Unlike other Trump administration appointees who didn’t last, William Barr has turned each crisis into…

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Why The Fight Over Statues Will Never End
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Why The Fight Over Statues Will Never End

For many around the world and especially in America, removing statues that honor historical figures…

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The Tragedy in Tulsa Didn’t End in 1921
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The Tragedy in Tulsa Didn’t End in 1921

On May 31, 1921, the entire Greenwood neighborhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was destroyed and hundreds…

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Rhiana Gunn-Wright is Fighting the Policies Making People Sick
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Rhiana Gunn-Wright is Fighting the Policies Making People Sick

As an architect of the Green New Deal, Rhiana Gunn-Wright wanted to change how we…

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The Boiling Frog of U.S. Police Militarization
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The Boiling Frog of U.S. Police Militarization

Everyone knows the analogy. Throw a frog into boiling water and it jumps right out.…

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How Green Power is Driving Rural Africa
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How Green Power is Driving Rural Africa

A rural village in Kenya might not be the first place you’d expect to find…

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