Caitlin Mac Neal

Caitlin Mac Neal is an intern for Future Tense.

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Aug. 21 2012 10:05 AMDigital Wisdom vs. Digital Stupidity: Five Questions for Brain Gain Author Marc Prensky
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April 23 2012 2:58 PMResearchers Create Exoskeleton "Muscle Suit" To Help Lift Heavy Loads
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April 17 2012 1:48 PMWastewater’s Not So Bad: Philadelphia Experiments in Sewage-Based Heating
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April 4 2012 4:19 PMGoogle Moves Forward With Its Long-Rumored Augmented-Reality Glasses
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March 28 2012 1:33 PMBrazilian City Tries To Fight Truancy With GPS-Equipped School Uniforms
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March 21 2012 4:11 PMThe Congressional Fight Against the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement
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March 14 2012 5:15 PMCloning a Woolly Mammoth: Good Science or Vanity Project?
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March 12 2012 3:20 PMWhy Didn't Monsanto See Roundup-Resistant Weeds Coming
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Feb. 27 2012 2:10 PMHow To Predict the Future: Trust Your Gut and Know Your Subject
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Feb. 17 2012 4:58 PMNevada Becomes First State To Regulate Self-Driving Cars
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Feb. 8 2012 6:04 PMCan Smartphones Cure Depression? Probably Not.
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Feb. 6 2012 5:43 PMBioethics Commission To Investigate Ways To Protect Kids From Bioterrorism, Anthrax
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Feb. 1 2012 3:33 PM

How Blogging Can Help Teens Suffering From Anxiety


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Jan. 25 2012 2:15 PMThe Pirate Bay Enters the World of 3-D Printing   
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Jan. 18 2012 4:36 PMApple’s Rumored Plan To Get Publishers and Students To Use Digital Textbooks
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April 25 2012 4:58 PMSci-Fi Publisher Ends Digital Rights Management on E-Books
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April 20 2012 7:00 PMWould Mandatory Car Data Recorders Protect or Violate Driver Privacy?
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April 11 2012 3:13 PMNavy Suspends Use of Helicopter Drones 
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April 2 2012 5:45 PMWhite House Report on Intellectual Property Discusses SOPA, Efforts To Fight Counterfeit Drugs
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March 21 2012 4:58 PMPoland's Web-Only Court Experiment
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March 19 2012 4:15 PMPetraeus: CIA Could Use Smart Household Appliances To Spy
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March 12 2012 5:51 PMStudy: Social Networks Not Total Political Echo Chambers
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Feb. 27 2012 5:40 PMExciting Work in Prosthetic Limbs: Human Tissue and Legos
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Feb. 22 2012 4:07 PMFCC Commissioner Warns Against U.N. Control of Internet
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Feb. 15 2012 3:12 PMBeyond Invisibility: New Theory Could Help "Hide" Objects From Earthquakes
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Feb. 8 2012 3:12 PMNew Portable Medical Device Aimed at Fighting Disease in the Developing World
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Feb. 6 2012 3:26 PM3-D Printing Creates Replacement Lower Jaw Bone for Elderly Woman
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Jan. 30 2012 3:11 PMMilitary Project Invests in "Biomask" To Heal Soldiers—and Civilians'—Facial Burns
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Jan. 23 2012 4:31 PMScientists Declare Brief Moratorium on Controversial Avian Flu Research

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