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Clear, stretchy sensor could lead to wearable electronics
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Flexible, see-through mesh of metal-covered plastic fibers (circled at left) conducts electricity and could be used in medical sensors as well as many electronic devices. Glowing LEDs (fingers at right) show the mesh is conducting electricity from the

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Earth's tectonic plates won't slide forever
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Snapshot from a computer simulation that was calculated to model how heat flows through a planet's interior. It comes from a time showing active plate tectonics. Those plates will stop sliding across Earth's mantle, researchers predict. But not for a

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