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We salute Voyager I's amazing journey — it's the most distant human-made object in space. Its triumph reminds us of the greatness mankind can achieve.
Orlando Sentinel
Technologies interfacing the mind directly with machines already exist and will continue to get more powerful and could change the future.
Independent Florida Alligator
I really do believe Americans will have to have a ‘come-to-Jesus’ moment with their technology pretty soon.
Independent Florida Alligator
U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson of Florida is upbeat on the future of the space program despite its challenges.
Orlando Sentinel
Paul Shawcross simultaneously tried to foster a healthy connection with the “Star Wars” fandom and to inspire the next generation of scientists.
Independent Florida Alligator
The relentless quest to make things appear simple on the surface requires a bewildering level of complexity on the inside.
Tampa Tribune
A two-tiered tuition scale is one of the key recommendations made earlier this year by a task force studying higher education reform.
Palm Beach Post
A perversion of smartphone technology called "stalking apps", precise, trackings of the movements of cellphone users, is a matter of national concern.
Key West Citizen
Saying humans were created within the last 10,000 years is tantamount to saying the sun goes around the Earth.
Independent Florida Alligator
By analyzing the communications on these "botnets," Seculert can identify computers on its customers' networks that have been infected.
Lakeland Ledger
Things are different today than they’ve ever been in the history of the world, and they’re changing all of the time.
Independent Florida Alligator
Advance warnings, made possible by an array of images and information delivered by satellite, could be a thing of the past.
Miami Herald
The theme of a Bay County Economic Development Alliance luncheon Tuesday was cooperation among competitors.
Panama City News Herald
On July 4, 2012, the CERN laboratory in Geneva announced their discovery of the Higgs boson
Independent Florida Alligator
Stem cells place in research have been a topic of political debate since their discovery in 1962.
USF Oracle
Apple keeps owners coming back for more and keeps prospective buyers absolutely intrigued.
Independent Florida Alligator
On Sunday, a cargo version of the SpaceX Dragon space capsule is scheduled for launch from the Cape Canaveral complex.
Lakeland Ledger

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