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In an incredible first, astronomers have discovered what lies at the core of Mars. It turns out, the Red Planet isn't as lifeless as we once thought. Mars wasn’t always a dusty, barren world. There’s plenty of evidence that the planet was warm, had lakes of liquid water, and was habitable for a short period in its history. Astronomers had always wanted to know the reason behind this transition, and for that, they had to know what lies at the core of Mars. When the InSight lander started studying the planet’s interior, it discovered that the planet is still rumbling with seismic activity. Now, following a rigorous half-decade mission, InSight has granted scientists a clear vision of the Martian core.

So, how does Mars' core differ from Earth's? What methods did InSight employ to unveil the core of the Red Planet? Finally, and most importantly, what does it tell us about the future of our planet?

The 61st episode of the Sunday Discovery Series answers these questions.

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Daniel Huttenlocher, dean at MIT's Schwarzman College of Computing, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss his thoughts on the AI space. For access to live and exclusive video from CNBC subscribe to CNBC PRO:

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2022 was a pretty exciting year for space science, but what news might we expect in the coming year?

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Chip makers, like Qualcomm, have been hit by the slowdown of smartphone sales. But the company's CEO says focusing on more sophisticated computing tasks, like supporting artificial intelligence, and virtual reality are the company’s future.

Cristiano Amon spoke with Wall Street Journal senior personal tech columnist Joanna Stern at MWC. Zoe Thomas of WSJ Tech News Briefing hosts.

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0:00 Chipmaker Qualcomm could pivot to new territory as smartphone sales fall
1:05 What is the future of the smartphone market?
3:40 What does Qualcomm’s VR future look like?
4:45 When can users expect to see sleeker VR technology?
5:40 What does Qualcomm offer automakers?

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There have been recent suggestions that the UK government is underinvesting in new microchip technology compared to the EU or US. But what if they've had a better idea, and are instead backing something that could finish off microprocessors as surely as steam ships left sailing clippers in their wake?

The sector in question is quantum technology, where research suggests a revolution in computer speeds is now attainable.

But is the UK's early investment in the technology of £2.5bn over the next decade - more than the US - enough to ensure it reaps the rewards?

Newsnight’s Science and Technology Correspondent Kate Lamble reports.

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A team of researchers from the University of Rochester think they have found the holy grail of energy transmission. And in the next decade, it could change how we use our personal gadgets, medical devices and the energy grid.

WSJ science reporter Aylin Woodward joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss this new superconductor.

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0:00 Could there be a superconductor that works outside of extreme cold or pressure?
0:49 A team at the University of Rochester discovers a potential new kind of superconductor
3:06 Why it could be cheaper to use this new energy conductor
4:31 What are some practical applications of a readily usable, cheaper superconductor?
5:18 Could efficient superconductors change renewable energy?

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