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  1. Neandertals that made art, live news from the AAAS Annual Meeting, and the emotional experience of being a scientist2018/02/22
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  2. Genes that turn off after death, and debunking the sugar conspiracy 2018/02/15
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  3. Happy lab animals may make better research subjects, and understanding the chemistry of the indoor environment2018/02/08
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  4. Following 1000 people for decades to learn about the interplay of health, environment, and temperament, and investigating why naked mole rats don’t seem to age2018/02/01
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  5. The dangers of dismantling a geoengineered sun shield and the importance of genes we don’t inherit2018/01/25
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  6. Unearthed letters reveal changes in Fields Medal awards, and predicting crime with computers is no easy feat2018/01/18
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  7. Salad-eating sharks, and what happens after quantum computing achieves quantum supremacy2018/01/11
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  8. Who visits raccoon latrines, and boosting cancer therapy with gut microbes2018/01/04
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  9. <i>Science</i>’s Breakthrough of the Year, our best online news, and science books for your shopping list2017/12/21
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  10. Putting the breaks on driverless cars, and dolphins that can muffle their ears2017/12/14
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  11. Folding DNA into teddy bears and getting creative about gun violence research2017/12/07
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  12. Debunking yeti DNA, and the incredibly strong arms of prehistoric female farmers 2017/11/30
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  13. The world’s first dog pictures, and looking at the planet from a quantum perspective 2017/11/22
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  14. Preventing psychosis and the evolution—or not—of written language2017/11/16
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  15. Randomizing the news for science, transplanting genetically engineered skin, and the ethics of experimental brain implants2017/11/09
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  16. How Earth’s rotation could predict giant quakes, gene therapy’s new hope, and how carbon monoxide helps deep-diving seals2017/11/02
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  17. Building conscious machines, tracing asteroid origins, and how the world’s oldest forests grew2017/10/26
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  18. LIGO spots merging neutron stars, scholarly questions about a new Bible museum, and why wolves are better team players than dogs2017/10/19
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  19. Evolution of skin color, taming rice thrice, and peering into baby brains 2017/10/12
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  20. Putting rescue robots to the test, an ancient Scottish village buried in sand, and why costly drugs may have more side effects2017/10/05
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  21. Furiously beating bat hearts, giant migrating wombats, and puzzling out preprint publishing2017/09/28
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  22. Cosmic rays from beyond our galaxy, sleeping jellyfish, and counting a language’s words for colors2017/09/21
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  23. Cargo-sorting molecular robots, humans as the ultimate fire starters, and molecular modeling with quantum computers2017/09/14
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  24. Taking climate science to court, sailing with cylinders, and solar cooling2017/09/07
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  25. Mysteriously male crocodiles, the future of negotiating AIs, and atomic bonding between the United States and China2017/08/31
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  26. What hunter-gatherer gut microbiomes have that we don’t, and breaking the emoji code2017/08/24
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  27. A jump in rates of knee arthritis, a brief history of eclipse science, and bands and beats in the atmosphere of brown dwarfs2017/08/17
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  28. Coddled puppies don’t do as well in school, some trees make their own rain, and the Americas were probably first populated by ancient mariners2017/08/10
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  29. The biology of color, a database of industrial espionage, and a link between prions and diabetes 2017/08/03
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  30. DNA and proteins from ancient books, music made from data, and the keys to poverty traps2017/07/27
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  31. Paying cash for carbon, making dogs friendly, and destroying all life on Earth 2017/07/20
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  32. Still-living dinosaurs, the world’s first enzymes, and thwarting early adopters in tech2017/07/13
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  33. Odorless calories for weight loss, building artificial intelligence researchers can trust, and can oily birds fly? 2017/07/06
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  34. A Stone Age skull cult, rogue Parkinson’s proteins in the gut, and controversial pesticides linked to bee deaths2017/06/29
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  35. Why eggs have such weird shapes, doubly domesticated cats, and science balloons on the rise2017/06/22
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  36. Slowly retiring chimps, tanning at the cellular level, and plumbing magma’s secrets2017/06/15
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  37. How to weigh a star—with a little help from Einstein, toxic ‘selfish genes,’ and the world’s oldest Homo sapiens fossils2017/06/08
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  38. A new taste for the tongue, ancient DNA from Egyptian mummies, and early evidence for dog breeding2017/06/01
    This week we have stories on how we taste water, extracting ancient DNA from mummy heads, and the earliest evidence for dog breeding with Online News Editor David Grimm.

    Sarah Crespi talks to John Travis about postsurgical cognitive dysfunction—does surgery sap your brain power?

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    [Music: Jeffrey Cook]
  39. How whales got so big, sperm in space, and a first look at Jupiter’s poles2017/05/25
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  40. Preventing augmented-reality overload, fixing bone with tiny bubbles, and studying human migrations 2017/05/18
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  41. Our newest human relative, busting human sniff myths, and the greenhouse gas that could slow global warming2017/05/11
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  42. Podcast: Reading pain from the brains of infants, modeling digital faces, and wifi holograms2017/05/04
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  43. Podcast: Where dog breeds come from, bots that build buildings, and gathering ancient human DNA from cave sediments2017/04/27
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  44. Podcast: When good lions go bad, listening to meteor crashes, and how humans learn to change the world2017/04/20
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  45. Podcast: Watching shoes untie, Cassini’s last dive through the breath of a cryovolcano, and how human bias influences machine learning2017/04/13
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  46. Podcast: Giant virus genetics, human high-altitude adaptations, and quantifying the impact of government-funded science2017/04/06
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  47. Podcast: Killing off stowaways to Mars, chasing synthetic opiates, and how soil contributes to global carbon calculations2017/03/30
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  48. Podcast: Teaching self-driving cars to read, improving bike safety with a video game, and when ‘you’ isn’t about ‘you’2017/03/23
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  49. Podcast: The archaeology of democracy, new additions to the uncanny valley, and the discovery of ant-ibiotics2017/03/16
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  50. Podcast: Human pheromones lightly debunked, ignoring cyberattacks, and designer chromosomes2017/03/09
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  51. Podcast: Breaking the 2-hour marathon barrier, storing data in DNA, and how past civilizations shaped the Amazon 2017/03/02
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  52. Podcast: Cracking the smell code, why dinosaurs had wings before they could fly, and detecting guilty feelings in altruistic gestures2017/02/23
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  53. Podcast: Recognizing the monkey in the mirror, giving people malaria parasites as a vaccine strategy, and keeping coastal waters clean with seagrass 2017/02/16
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  54. Podcast: Saving grizzlies from trains, cheap sun-powered water purification, and a deep look at science-based policymaking 2017/02/09
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  55. Podcast: An 80-million-year-old dinosaur protein, sending oxygen to the moon, and competitive forecasting2017/02/02
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  56. Podcast: Bringing back tomato flavor genes, linking pollution and dementia, and when giant otters roamed Earth 2017/01/26
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  57. Podcast: Explaining menopause in killer whales, triggering killer mice, and the role of chromosome number in cancer immunotherapy 2017/01/19
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  58. Podcast: A blood test for concussions, how the hagfish escapes from sharks, and optimizing carbon storage in trees2017/01/12
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  59. Podcast: An ethics conundrum from the Nazi era, baby dinosaur development, and a new test for mad cow disease 2017/01/05
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  60. Podcast: Our Breakthrough of the Year, top online stories, and the year in science books 2016/12/22
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  61. The sound of a monkey talking, cloning horses for sport, and forensic anthropologists help the search for Mexico’s disappeared 2016/12/15
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  62. Podcast: Altering time perception, purifying blueberries with plasma, and checking in on ocelot latrines 2016/12/08
    This week, we chat about cleaning blueberries with purple plasma, how Tibetan dogs adapted to high-altitude living, and who’s checking ocelot message boards with Online News Editor David Grimm. Plus, Science’s Alexa Billow talks to Joe Paton about how we know time flies when mice are having fun. Listen to previous podcasts. [Image: Joseph Sites/USDA ARS; Music: Jeffrey Cook]
  63. Podcast: What ants communicate when kissing, stars birthed from gas, and linking immune strength and social status2016/12/01
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  64. Podcast: Scientists on the night shift, sucking up greenhouse gases with cement, and repetitive stress in tomb builders2016/11/24
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  65. Podcast: The rise of skeletons, species-blurring hybrids, and getting rightfully ditched by a taxi2016/11/17
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  66. Podcast: How farms made dogs love carbs, the role of dumb luck in science, and what your first flu exposure did to you2016/11/10
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  67. Podcast: The impact of legal pot on opioid abuse, and a very early look at a fetus’s genome2016/11/03
    This week, news writer Greg Miller chats with us about how the legalization of marijuana in certain U.S. states is having an impact on the nation’s opioid problem. Plus, Sarah Crespi talks to Sascha Drewlo about a new method for profiling the DNA of fetuses very early on in pregnancy. [Image: OpenRangeStock/iStockphoto/Music: Jeffrey Cook] ++ Authors: Sarah Crespi; Alexa Billow
  68. Podcast: A close look at a giant moon crater, the long tradition of eating rodents, and building evidence for Planet Nine2016/10/27
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  69. Podcast: Science lessons for the next U.S. president, human high altitude adjustments, and the elusive Higgs bison2016/10/20
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  70. Podcast: When we pay attention to plane crashes, releasing modified mosquitoes, and bacteria that live off radiation2016/10/13
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  71. Podcast: Bumble bee emotions, the purpose of yawning, and new insights into the developing infant brain2016/10/06
    This week, we chat about some of our favorite stories—including making bees optimistic, comparing yawns across species, and “mind reading” in nonhuman apes—with Science’s Online News Editor David Grimm. Plus, Science’s Alexa Billow talks to Mercedes Paredes about her research on the developing infant brain. Listen to previous podcasts [Image: mdmiller/iStockphoto; Music: Jeffrey Cook]
  72. Podcast: Why we murder, resurrecting extinct animals, and the latest on the three-parent baby2016/09/29
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  73. Podcast: An atmospheric pacemaker skips a beat, a religious edict that spawned fat chickens, and knocking out the ‘sixth sense’2016/09/22
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  74. Podcast: A burning body experiment, prehistoric hunting dogs, and seeding life on other planets2016/09/15
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  75. Podcast: Double navigation in desert ants, pollution in the brain, and dating deal breakers2016/09/08
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  76. Podcast: Ceres’s close-up, how dogs listen, and a new RNA therapy2016/09/01
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  77. Podcast: Quantum dots in consumer electronics and a faceoff with the quiz master2016/08/25
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  78. Podcast: How mice mess up reproducibility, new support for an RNA world, and giving cash away wisely 2016/08/18
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  79. Podcast: 400-year-old sharks, busting a famous scientific hoax, and clinical trials in pets2016/08/11
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  80. Podcast: Pollution hot spots in coastal waters, extreme bees, and diseased dinos2016/08/04
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  81. Podcast: Saving wolves that aren’t really wolves, bird-human partnership, and our oldest common ancestor 2016/07/28
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  82. Podcast: An omnipresent antimicrobial, a lichen ménage à trois, and tiny tide-induced tremors2016/07/21
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  83. Podcast: The science of the apocalypse, and abstract thinking in ducklings 2016/07/14
    What do we know about humanity-ending catastrophes? Julia Rosen talks with Sarah Crespi about various doomsday scenarios and what science can do to save us. Alex Kacelnik talks about getting ducklings to recognize “same” and “different”—a striking finding that reveals conceptual thinking in very early life. Read the related research. [Image: Antone Martinho/Music: Jeffrey Cook]
  84. Podcast: An exoplanet with three suns, no relief for aching knees, and building better noses2016/07/07
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  85. Podcast: Ending AIDS in South Africa, what makes plants gamble, and genes that turn on after death2016/06/30
    Listen to stories on how plants know when to take risks, confirmation that the ozone layer is on the mend, and genes that come alive after death, with Online News Editor David Grimm. Science news writer Jon Cohen talks with Julia Rosen about South Africa’s bid to end AIDS. [Image: J.Seita/Flickr/Music: Jeffrey Cook]
  86. Podcast: A farewell to <i>Science</i>’s editor-in-chief, how mosquito spit makes us sick, and bears that use human shields2016/06/23
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  87. Podcast: Treating cocaine addiction, mirror molecules in space, and new insight into autism2016/06/16
    Listen to stories on the first mirror image molecule spotted in outer space, looking at the role of touch in the development of autism, and grafting on lab-built bones, with online news editor David Grimm. Karen Ersche talks about why cocaine addiction is so hard to treat and what we can learn by bringing addicted subjects into the lab with host Sarah Crespi. [Image: Science/Music: Jeffrey Cook]
  88. Podcast: Scoliosis development, antiracing stripes, and the dawn of the hobbits 2016/06/09
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  89. Podcast: Bionic leaves that make fuel, digging into dog domestication, and wars recorded in coral 2016/06/02
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  90. Podcast: The economics of the Uber era, mysterious Neandertal structures, and an octopus boom2016/05/26
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  91. Podcast: Tracking rats in a city slum, the giraffe genome, and watching human evolution in action2016/05/19
    Online News Editor David Grimm shares stories on finding clues to giraffes’ height in their genomes, evidence that humans are still evolving from massive genome projects, and studies that infect humans with diseases on purpose. Warren Cornwall joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss an intense study of slum-dwelling rats. [Image: Mauricio Susin]
  92. Podcast: Rocky remnants of early Earth, plants turned predator, and a new artificial second skin2016/05/12
    Online News Editor Catherine Matacic shares stories how the Venus flytrap turned to the meat-eating side, a new clingy polymer film that shrinks up eye bags, and survey results on who pirates scientific papers and why. Hanika Rizo joins Julia Rosen to discuss evidence that parts of Earth have remained unchanged since the planet formed.
  93. Podcast: Why animal personalities matter, killer whale sanctuaries, and the key to making fraternal twins2016/05/05
    Online News Editor David Grimm shares stories on a proposal for an orca sanctuary in the sea, the genes behind conceiving fraternal twins, and why CRISPR won’t be fixing the sick anytime soon. Elizabeth Pennisi joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss bold birds, shy spiders, and the importance of animal personality. [Image: Judy Gallagher]
  94. Podcast: Patent trolls, the earthquake-volcano link, and obesity in China 2016/04/28
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  95. Podcast: Sizing up a baby dino, jolting dead brains, and dirty mice2016/04/21
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  96. Podcast: Tracking Zika, the evolution of sign language, and changing hearts and minds with social science2016/04/14
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  97. Podcast: Spreading cancer, sacrificing humans, and transplanting organs2016/04/07
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  98. Podcast: Building a portable drug factory, mapping yeast globally, and watching cliffs crumble 2016/03/31
    Online news editor David Grimm shares stories on yeasty hitchhikers, sunlight-induced rockfalls, and the tiniest gravity sensor.

    Andrea Adamo joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss a revolutionary way of making drugs using a portable, on-demand, and reconfigurable drug factory.

    [Image: Tom Evans]
  99. Podcast: Battling it out in the Bronze Age, letting go of orcas, and evolving silicon-based life2016/03/24
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  100. Podcast: The latest news from Pluto, a rock-eating fungus, and tracking storm damage with Twitter2016/03/17
    News intern Nala Rogers shares stories on mineral-mining microbes, mapping hurricane damage using social media, and the big takeaway from the latest human-versus-computer match up.

    Hal Weaver joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss five papers from New Horizons Pluto flyby, including a special focus on Pluto’s smaller moons.

    [Image: Saran_Poroong/iStockphoto]
  101. Podcast: Nuclear forensics, honesty in a sea of lies, and how sliced meat drove human evolution2016/03/10
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  102. Podcast: Glowing robot skin, zombie frogs, and viral fossils in our DNA2016/03/03
    Online News Editor David Grimm shares stories on zombification by a frog-killing fungus, relating the cosmological constant to life in the universe, and ancient viral genes that protect us from illness.

    Chris Larson joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss a new type of robot skin that can stretch and glow.

    [Image: Jungbae Park]
  103. Podcast: A recipe for clean and tasty drinking water, a gauge on rapidly rising seas, and fake flowers that can fool the most discerning insects2016/02/25
    Online News Editor Catherine Matacic shares stories on what we can learn from 6million years of climate data, how to make lifelike orchids with 3D printing, and crowdsourced gender bias on eBay.

    Fernando Rosario-Ortiz joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss how approaches to water purification differ between countries.

    [Image: Eric Hunt/Wikipedia/CC BY-SA 3.0]
  104. Podcast: Combatting malnutrition with gut microbes, fighting art forgers with science, and killing cancer with gold2016/02/18
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  105. Podcast: The effects of Neandertal DNA on health, squishing bugs for science, and sleepy confessions2016/02/11
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  106. Podcast: Taking race out of genetics, a cellular cleanse for longer life, and smart sweatbands2016/02/04
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  107. Podcast: Babylonian astronomers, doubly domesticated cats, and outrunning a T. Rex2016/01/28
    Online news editor David Grimm shares stories on 66-million-year-old Tyrannosaurus rex tracks, a signature of human consciousness, and a second try at domesticating cats. Mathieu Ossendrijver joins host Sarah Crespi to discuss newly translated Babylonian tablets that extend the roots of calculus all the way back to between 350 B.C.E. to 50 B.C.E. Read the related research in Science.
  108. Podcast: A planet beyond Pluto, the bugs in your home, and the link between marijuana and IQ2016/01/21
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  109. Podcast: Wounded mammoths, brave birds, bright bulbs, and more2016/01/14
    In this week’s podcast, David Grimm talks about brave birds, building a brighter light bulb, and changing our voice to influence our emotions. Plus, Ann Gibbons discusses the implications of a butchered 45,000-year-old mammoth found in the Siberian arctic for human migration. Read the related research in Science. [IMG: Dmitry Bogdanov]
  110. Podcast: Dancing dinosaurs, naked black holes, and more2016/01/08
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  111. The Science breakthrough of the year, readers' choice, and the top news from 2015.2015/12/17
  112. Artificial intelligence programs that learn concepts based on just a few examples and a daily news roundup2015/12/10
  113. How our gut microbiota change as we age and a daily news roundup2015/12/03
  114. Can "big data" from mobile phones pinpoint pockets of poverty? And a news roundup2015/11/26
  115. Bioengineering functional vocal cords and a daily news roundup2015/11/19
  116. The consequences of mass extinction and a daily news roundup2015/11/12
  117. The evolution of Mars' atmosphere and a daily news roundup2015/11/05
  118. The origins of biodiversity in the Amazon and a daily news roundup2015/10/29
  119. The neuroscience of reversing blindness and a daily news roundup2015/10/22
  120. Pluto's mysteries revealed and a daily news roundup2015/10/15
  121. Can math apps benefit kids? And a daily news roundup2015/10/08
  122. Safer jet fuels and a daily news roundup2015/10/01
  123. 3-parent gene therapy for mitochondrial diseases and a news roundup2015/09/24
  124. How future elites view self-interest and equality and a news roundup2015/09/17
  125. Genes and the human microbiome and a news roundup2015/09/10
  126. The state of science in Iran and a news roundup2015/09/03
  127. Moralizing gods, scientific reproducibility, and a daily news roundup2015/08/27
  128. Human superpredators and a news roundup2015/08/20
  129. Marmoset monkey vocal development and a news roundup2015/08/13
  130. Effective Ebola vaccines and a daily news roundup2015/08/06
  131. Comet chemistry and a news roundup2015/07/30
  132. Ancient DNA and a news roundup2015/07/23
  133. AI therapists and a news roundup2015/07/16
  134. Jumping soft bots and a news roundup2015/07/09
  135. The scent of a rose and a news roundup2015/07/02
  136. Metallic hydrogen and a daily news roundup. 2015/06/25
  137. Tracking ivory with genetics, the letter R, and a news roundup2015/06/18
  138. Tracking aquatic animals, cochlear implants, and a news roundup2015/06/11
  139. Friction at the atomic level, the acoustics of historical speeches, and a news roundup2015/06/04
  140. Climate change and China's tea crop and a news roundup2015/05/28
  141. Testosterone, women, and elite sports and a news roundup2015/05/21
  142. Science in Cuba and a news roundup2015/05/14
  143. How the measles virus disables immunity to other diseases and a news roundup2015/05/07
  144. Sustainable seafood and a news roundup2015/04/30
  145. Hubble's 25th anniversary and a news roundup2015/04/23
  146. The bond between people and dogs and a news roundup2015/04/16
  147. Mountain gorilla genomes and a news roundup2015/04/09
  148. The Deepwater Horizon disaster: Five years later.2015/04/02
  149. Child abuse across generations and a news roundup2015/03/26
  150. Robotic materials and a news roundup2015/03/19
  151. The politics of happiness and a news roundup2015/03/12
  152. Antimicrobial resistance and a news roundup2015/03/05
  153. Sexual trait evolution in mosquitoes and a news roundup2015/02/26
  154. Maternal effects in songbirds and a news roundup2015/02/19
  155. The planetary boundaries framework, marine debris, and a news roundup2015/02/12
  156. Spatial neurons and a news roundup2015/02/05
  157. Mathematicians and the NSA and a news roundup2015/01/29
  158. How comets change seasonally and a news roundup2015/01/22
  159. High-altitude bird migration and a news roundup2015/01/15
  160. Deworming buffalo and a news roundup2015/01/08
  161. Measuring MOOCs2015/01/01
  162. Our breakthrough of the year and this year's top news stories2014/12/19
  163. Science Podcast - Lessons from the tsetse fly genome and a news roundup (18 April 2014)2014/12/14
  164. The oldest piece of Mars on Earth and a news roundup (21 November 2014)2014/12/14
  165. A flock of genomes and a news roundup (12 December 2014)2014/12/12
  166. The shocking predatory strike of the electric eel and a news roundup (5 December 2014)2014/12/05
  167. Gendered brains and a news roundup (21 November 2014) 2014/11/21
  168. How hippos help and a news roundup (14 November 2014) 2014/11/14
  169. A new way to study norovirus and a news roundup (7 November 2014) 2014/11/07
  170. Changing minds on charitable giving and a news roundup (31 October 2014) 2014/10/31
  171. High altitude humans living ~11,000 years ago (24 October 2014) 2014/10/24
  172. Plants and predators and a daily news roundup (17 October 2014) 2014/10/17
  173. Robot relations and a daily news roundup (10 October 2014) 2014/10/10
  174. Mapping the sea floor and a daily news roundup (3 October 2014) 2014/10/03
  175. The spread of an ancient technology and a daily news roundup (26 September 2014) 2014/09/26
  176. Monitoring 600 years of upwelling off the California coast (19 September 2014) 2014/09/19
  177. Engineering global health and a news roundup (12 September 2014) 2014/09/12
  178. Scaling up a biofuel and a news roundup (5 Sep 2014) 2014/09/05
  179. The home microbiome and a news roundup (29 August 2014) 2014/08/29
  180. Censorship in China and a news roundup (22 August 2014) 2014/08/22
  181. Preconception parenting and a news roundup (15 Aug 2014) 2014/08/15
  182. Building brain-like computers (8 Aug 2014) 2014/08/08
  183. Galactic gamma rays and a news roundup (1 Aug 2014) 2014/08/01
  184. Science funding for people not projects and a news roundup (25 Jul 2014) 2014/07/25
  185. Altering genes in the wild and a news roundup (18 Jul 2014) 2014/07/18
  186. Oceans of plastic and a news roundup (11 Jul 2014) 2014/07/11
  187. Psychedelic research resurgence and a news roundup (4 Jul 2014) 2014/07/04
  188. Pollen paths and a news roundup (27 Jun 2014) 2014/06/27
  189. Mind reading and a news roundup (20 Jun 2014) 2014/06/20
  190. Mapping Mexico's genetics and a news roundup (13 Jun 2014) 2014/06/13
  191. Rethinking global supply chains and a news roundup (6 Jun 2014) 2014/06/06
  192. 25 years after Tiananmen and a news roundup (30 May 2014) 2014/05/30
  193. Science Podcast - Inequality and health and a news roundup (23 May 2014) 2014/05/23
  194. Science Podcast - Evading back-action in a quantum system and a news roundup (16 May 2014) 2014/05/16
  195. Science Podcast -Chine marine archaeology and a news roundup (9 May 2014) 2014/05/09
  196. Science Podcast - Climate and corn and a news roundup (2 May 2014) 2014/05/02
  197. Science Podcast - A binary star system that includes a white dwarf and a news roundup (18 April 2014) 2014/04/18
  198. Science Podcast - Biomechanics of fruitflies on the wing and a news roundup (11 April 2014) 2014/04/11
  199. Science Podcast - Life under funding change and a news roundup (4 April 2014) 2014/04/04
  200. Science Podcast - A BRCA1 and breast cancer retrospective and a news roundup (28 Mar 2014) 2014/03/28
  201. Science Podcast - Human odor discrimination and a news roundup (21 Mar 2014) 2014/03/21
  202. Science Podcast - Checking the hubris of big data harvests and a news roundup (14 Mar 2014) 2014/03/14
  203. Science Podcast - 100 years of crystallography, linking malaria and climate, and a news roundup (7 Mar 2014) 2014/03/07
  204. Science Podcast - Treating Down Syndrome and a news roundup (28 Feb 2014) 2014/02/28
  205. Science Podcast - Analyzing soundscapes and a news roundup (21 Feb 2014) 2014/02/21
  206. Science Podcast - Termite-inspired robots and cells with lots of extra genomes (14 Feb 2014) 2014/02/14
  207. Science Podcast - Tracing autism's roots in developlement and a rundown of stories from our daily news site (7 Feb 2014) 2014/02/07
  208. Science Podcast - Quantum cryptography, salt's role in ecosystems, and a rundown of stories from our daily news site (31 Jan 2014) 2014/01/31
  209. Science Podcast - The genome of a transmissible dog cancer, the 10-year anniversary of Opportunity on Mars, and a rundown of stories from our daily news site (24 Jan 2014) 2014/01/24
  210. Science Podcast - The modern hunter-gatherer gut, fast mountain weathering, and a rundown of stories from our daily news site (17 Jan 2014) 2014/01/17
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