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Name That Tune: Identifying Whale Songs For Science

Researchers in the field of marine biology are turning to citizen scientists, sitting at home in front of your computer, […]

No Power Lines Needed for this OKC Couple

One house, two people, and no power lines from the street.

A Debate Over Who Regulates Gas ‘Fracking’ in Pa.

A new Pennsylvania law could curb municipalities’ ability to zone and regulate hydraulic fracturing — or “fracking.” And that raises […]

The Library Phantom Returns!

He? She? It? Whoever it is, the Phantom Sculptor is suddenly back! As I recently reported, somebody has been dropping […]

‘Physics Of The Future’: How We’ll Live In 2100?

Imagine being able to access the Internet through the contact lenses on your eyeballs. Blink, and you’d be online. Meet […]

What I Still Hear: Sounds That Have Disappeared

I tell stories on a show called Radiolab with a guy who is several decades younger than me. Jad Abumrad […]

Food Giant Unilever Says Restaurants Need To Cut Waste

Unilever, the Anglo-Dutch conglomerate that makes blockbuster food products like Hellmann’s mayonnaise and Skippy peanut butter and supplies thousands of […]

New Roving Science Lab Charts A Course For Mars

It’s time to go back to Mars. Once every two years, the orbits of Earth and Mars are aligned just […]

After Ohio State Clobbers Michigan, Cuddle Up With Professor Feynman

It’s Thanksgiving weekend, so when you’re footballed up, (or is it footballed out? Or maybe you’re football indifferent?) whatever you […]

Beer Or Sugar Water? For Flies, The Choice Is Pale Ale

Scientists in California think they’ve figure out why flies like beer. That may sound a bit trivial, but in fact […]

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