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A few strands of spider silk glisten like gold as they catch the light. Otherwise they are invisible. And 800 times stronger than steel.
Wind power has deep roots in coastal South Carolina. Dutch engineers began using windmills to drain Lowcountry land for agriculture three centuries ago, and the technology spread into mills
How to stop barnacles from gaining a foothold on hulls and gear.
Falwell notches the shell and watches the oyster repair the wound.
Clemson’s Foucault pendulum, idle for most of a decade, is back in full swing.
Spreading hundreds of thousands of seeds, one plant can doom a crop. Where is its weakness?
How a slave savant charmed his masters even as he denied their right to own him.
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