## Symmetry for Dummies: Noether’s Theorem

Einstein referred to her as the most important woman in the history of mathematics. Her…
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## The Organized Student's Bag

Being a student doesn’t have to mean being a mess. Case in point, reader Anders…
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## “IoT Security” is an Empty Buzzword

As buzzwords go, the “Internet of Things” is pretty clever, and at the same time…
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## Learn How to Properly Clean and Grease a Bike Chain In Six Steps

The chain on your bicycle can get gunked up with dirt and grime over time,…
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## Hackaday Prize Entry: Controling E-ZPass

You can drive from Boston to Chicago without picking up a single ticket from a…
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## Hackaday Prize Entry: Automatic Digital Microscope

Ziehl-Neelsen Sputum Smear Microscopy (ZN) is one of most common methods for diagnosing Tuberculosis. On…
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## Remains of the Day: Android Can Now Recommend Apps Based on Your Location

Android just got a new feature that lets you discover new apps based on your…
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## The 90s Guilty Pleasures Playlist

If you turned on a radio at any point in the 90s—and you probably did…
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## Self-Balancing One-Wheel Motorcycle Tears Up the Beach

[XenonJohn] wrote in to let us know about updates and a recent test drive of…
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## The Edge of the World Desktop

This OS X desktop is simple, elegant, and combines a few simple widgets with a…
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## Hackaday Prize Entry: Programming Juggling Props

It takes balls to learn how to juggle, but once you do you’re quickly moving…
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## The All Watercooled, Pilot and Co-Pilot Glass-Top Workspace

Over on the battlestations subreddit, Sarne shared this beautiful setup with a side-by-side computers in…
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## Retrotechtacular: 6207, A Study In Steel

If you ever encounter railroad or railway enthusiasts, you may have heard the view that at…
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