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By Shelby RogersOctober 12, 2016 Image Courtesy of Yamamoto/YouTube Sewage just got sweeter in Japan.Four Osaka-based sewage companies joined forces on new technology to mask odors emanating from their trucks. The companies announced the rancid trucks would now emit a chocolate fragrance instead.Yamamoto Fragrance and industrial products manufacturer Shikibo created & 34;Deo Magic& 34; deodorizer in 2011.

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Some of the highest paying careers in the world are in the field of electrical engineering. Electrical engineering jobs are among the most profitable jobs out there, an electrical engineer salary can exceed $254,000 per year.RELATED: TOP 3 JOBS FOR HIGHEST MECHANICAL ENGINEER SALARYAn Electrical Engineer tends to earn more than the national average salary, and this is expected to continue.

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Internet users get thousands of spam email messages in their inboxes each year. But have you ever wondered what happens when you respond?December 07, 2016For experienced web users, spam emails don& 39;t mean anything. They normally just get deleted without ever being opened, or they pile up in the & 34;Spam& 34; section of your inbox.

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September 21, 2016High-temperature superconductivity could be one step closer thanks to the work of an international team of physicists. Studying spatial correlations of potassium atoms at temperatures just above absolute zero, the team& 39;s observations could help identify the ideal conditions required to induce superconductivity.

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By Shelby RogersJanuary 04, 2017No, it& 39;s not the same growing creature from the 1958 horror film The Blob. This blob-like slime mold consists of one giant cell. Despite not having a brain, the blob can still learn from experience and even transmit what it learned to other slime molds.The sci-fi-sounding research comes from biologists at the Research Center on Animal Cognition (CNRS).

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