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Podcast: Rocky remnants of early Earth, plants turned predator, and a new artificial second skin 2016-05-12
Podcast: Why animal personalities matter, killer whale sanctuaries, and the key to making fraternal twins 2016-05-05
Podcast: Patent trolls, the earthquake-volcano link, and obesity in China 2016-04-28
Podcast: Sizing up a baby dino, jolting dead brains, and dirty mice 2016-04-21
Podcast: Tracking Zika, the evolution of sign language, and changing hearts and minds with social science 2016-04-14
Podcast: Spreading cancer, sacrificing humans, and transplanting organs 2016-04-07
Podcast: Building a portable drug factory, mapping yeast globally, and watching cliffs crumble 2016-03-31
Podcast: Battling it out in the Bronze Age, letting go of orcas, and evolving silicon-based life 2016-03-24
Podcast: The latest news from Pluto, a rock-eating fungus, and tracking storm damage with Twitter 2016-03-17
Podcast: Nuclear forensics, honesty in a sea of lies, and how sliced meat drove human evolution 2016-03-10
Podcast: Glowing robot skin, zombie frogs, and viral fossils in our DNA 2016-03-03
Podcast: A recipe for clean and tasty drinking water, a gauge on rapidly rising seas, and fake flowers that can fool the most discerning insects 2016-02-25
Podcast: Combatting malnutrition with gut microbes, fighting art forgers with science, and killing cancer with gold 2016-02-18
Podcast: The effects of Neandertal DNA on health, squishing bugs for science, and sleepy confessions 2016-02-11
Podcast: Taking race out of genetics, a cellular cleanse for longer life, and smart sweatbands 2016-02-04
Podcast: Babylonian astronomers, doubly domesticated cats, and outrunning a T. Rex 2016-01-28
Podcast: A planet beyond Pluto, the bugs in your home, and the link between marijuana and IQ 2016-01-21
Podcast: Wounded mammoths, brave birds, bright bulbs, and more 2016-01-14
Podcast: Dancing dinosaurs, naked black holes, and more 2016-01-08
The Science breakthrough of the year, readers' choice, and the top news from 2015. 2015-12-17

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