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  1. Crowing of a Red Junglefowl2015/04/07
    The crowing of a red junglefowl, ancestor to farm chickens, is shorter.
  2. Climate-Friendly Nuclear Energy2014/12/22
    Nuclear energy could help stem climate change, but economic conditions aren’t favorable for many existing nuclear power plants.
  3. Is Natural Gas Better?2014/12/22
    Natural gas seems to be better for the environment than coal because of its reduced carbon emissions, but environmentalists say it may not be better after all.
  4. One-Legged Cycling2014/12/22
    Can exercise change our DNA?
  5. Farewell2014/12/22
    A final word, in alphabetical order, to bid farewell to the Science Times podcast.
  6. Reviving an Ancient Pulse2014/12/16
    Using modern digital processing, researchers have given sound to some of the earliest written recordings of pulses and heartbeats.
  7. Monitoring Earth’s Temperature2014/12/16
    Scientists arrived at a limit of 3.6 degrees Fahrenheit for Earth’s temperature to increase, arguing anything above that will cause significant damage.
  8. Infusing Fun Into Cancer Treatment2014/12/16
    In California, young patients can lose themselves in a digital dreamworld during their grueling treatments.
  9. Exploring Mars2014/12/09
    James B. Garvin, a chief scientist with NASA, discusses the history of Mars exploration, current technological advances and what is still to come in understanding our planetary neighbor.
  10. Robot Swarm2014/12/02
    A robot exhibit at New York City’s Museum of Math shows how simple interactions lead to large-scale, organized behavior.
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