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A Final Voyage, Into The Wild Black Yonder

When Voyager I and II left Earth, Jimmy Carter was president, platform shoes were all the rage and moviegoers were […]

Why You Shouldn’t Panic About Pesticide In Produce

The Environmental Working Group says you should be concerned about pesticide residues in fruits and vegetables, but, not so concerned […]

Med Student Rescues Body Part From Airport Security

No, said airline security, you can’t take this bottle on board. It exceeds the 100 milliliter limit; it’s forbidden. But […]

Can Men And Women Be Friends?

It’s a question that kicks around endlessly without resolution: Can men and women really be just friends? On Weekend Edition […]

Neil DeGrasse Tyson Investigates The Space Science Of Summer Movies

If you make movies that have anything to do with science, please note: Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson, director of the […]

Famous Cave Paintings Might Not Be From Humans

The famous paintings on the walls of caves in Europe mark the beginning of figurative art and a great leap […]

Scientists Tackle The Geography Of Nature Vs. Nature In Maps Of U.K.

Scientists don’t debate the old nature vs. nurture question much these days. The consensus is that there is no winner: […]

VIDEO: Airborne Launch Sends X-Ray Observatory Into Earth Orbit

A NASA mission aimed at surveying black holes and supernovae, among other things, launched successfully today at noon ET from […]

Finally, A Map Of All The Microbes On Your Body

Scientists Wednesday unveiled the first catalog of the bacteria, viruses and other microorganisms that populate every nook and cranny of […]

Traces Of Virus In Man Cured Of HIV Trigger Scientific Debate

Top AIDS scientists are scratching their heads about new data from the most famous HIV patient in the world – […]

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