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    If we could make superconducting wires that we didn’t have to cool, we could, in principle, replace the whole power grid.

    Theoretical chemist Eva Zurek speaks to New Scientist about the discovery of the first room-temperature semiconducter.

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    Touching on current events moves the market of attention towards them.

    Monica Stephens speaks to GQ about social media influencers posting content in support of Black Lives Matter, and how that can be perceived as insincere.

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    At that level, [deepfakes] can do a lot of damage.

    David Doermann speaks to NPR about the lack of 'deepfakes' this presidential election, and how these falsified videos often cause more trouble on a local level.

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    It’s a real challenge to care for VIP patients, whether they’re hospitalized or not.

    Nancy Nielsen writes in The Conversation on the difficulties doctors face when treating celebrities, politicians and other high-profile patients.

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    It is a particularly painful irony that much of her legacy is at great risk of being undone by another woman.

    Lucinda Finley speaks to The Guardian about the potential of Supreme Court nominee Amy Comey Barrett undoing Ruth Bader Gisnburg's work. 

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