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MIT engineers have created a special seed coating that supplies essential nutrients to the germinating plant and helps it grow in barren areas.
Artificial intelligence could become so advanced it would vastly surpasses humanity’s artistic abilities.
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Stroke survivors could soon attend physical and occupational therapy sessions via a virtual reality clinic, researchers say.
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