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Space rocks: ASU team finds meteorites in remote Arizona desert

TEMPE — “The vault” is a climate-controlled room that sits behind three locked doors in the School of Earth and Space Exploration at Arizona State University. Housed inside are fifteen charcoal-colored pebbles that collectively weigh less than a quarter of a pound.

The largest of the fifteen meteorites next to a one-centimeter cube for scale. The black outer later is called a “fusion crust” and forms when the outside melts as the objects falls hurtles through the atmosphere at high velocity. (Photo by Anna Copper/Cronkite News)

Meet HuMiX, the gut’s future guide to personalized medicine

CHANDLER – Meet HuMiX, the “gut on a chip” that may lead one day to personalized medical treatments.

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Social media in Orlando attacks a shocking, but ‘healthy,’ development

WASHINGTON - When news broke Sunday of the mass shooting at an Orlando nightclub, many people took to their phones to share their thoughts during the attack - including the victims inside the club.


Twitter account’s Trump endorsement stirs confusion for Phoenix Pride

WASHINGTON - Dani Logan, program manager for Phoenix Pride, spent Monday answering tweets from concerned members of the LGBT community - but they weren't about the Orlando mass shooting.

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