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Archaeologists Use Moles To Solve Mysteries Of Middle Ages' Fort
03/04/2015 9:26 PM
Danish archaeologists have recruited moles to help them dig. By sifting through molehills, they're able to map the location of the fort's buildings buried underground.
Why Shark Finning Bans Aren't Keeping Sharks Off The Plate (Yet)
03/04/2015 12:12 AM
Fewer shark fins are being imported into Hong Kong, the epicenter of shark-fin soup, a culinary delicacy. But while the trade in shark fins may be down, the trade in shark meat is still going strong.
Health Experts Don't Always Sanitize Their Hands, Data Show
03/02/2015 10:01 AM
A massive analysis of hospital data finds doctors and nurses are not following guidelines on washing their hands before and after they come into contact with patients.
A Neuroscientist Weighs In: Why Do We Disagree On The Color Of The Dress?
02/27/2015 9:42 PM
Robert Siegel speaks with Dr. Bevil Conway, a neuroscientist at Wellesley College, about the dress that has the whole Internet asking: what color is it?
Marine Biologist Eugenie Clark Remembered As Passionate Shark Advocate
02/26/2015 9:35 PM
During a career that spanned almost 75 years, Dr. Eugenie Clark was one of the world's foremost marine biologists and defender of sharks. Clark died Wednesday at the age of 92.
Marine Biologist Eugenie Clark Remembered As Passionate Shark Advocate
02/26/2015 9:35 PM
During a career that spanned almost 75 years, Dr. Eugenie Clark was one of the world's foremost marine biologists and defender of sharks. Clark died Wednesday at the age of 92.
Opposition Grows To Nicaragua Canal Connecting Atlantic And Pacific
02/26/2015 9:35 PM
The canal would allow passage for the largest ships on the water, but cut through wetlands, forests and the region's largest freshwater lake ? and environmentalists worry about the consequences.
From Naked Mole Rats To Dog Testicles: A Writer Explores The Longevity Quest
02/26/2015 7:38 PM
"Nature knows how to let animals live a very long time," says Bill Gifford, whose latest book is Spring Chicken, a look at the history of anti-aging schemes and current ways people try to live longer.
From Naked Mole Rats To Dog Testicles: A Writer Explores The Longevity Quest
02/26/2015 7:38 PM
"Nature knows how to let animals live a very long time," says Bill Gifford, whose latest book is Spring Chicken, a look at the history of anti-aging schemes and current ways people try to live longer.
Alaska Farmer Turns Icy Patch Of Tundra Into A Breadbasket
02/26/2015 6:47 PM
Warmer temperatures in Alaska are giving farmers flexibility to plant a wider range of crops over a longer growing season. One farmer says the secret to his bounty is soil enriched by flooding rivers.
Astronomers Discover A Supermassive Black Hole Dating To Cosmic Dawn
02/26/2015 6:20 PM
It's enormous, and it grew relatively quickly ? less than 900 million years after the Big Bang.
NASA Sees 'Bright Spots' On Dwarf Planet In Our Solar System
02/26/2015 3:01 PM
Scientists are puzzled by a new image taken by NASA's Dawn spacecraft, which found two bright spots on the dwarf planet Ceres. The spots are noticeably brighter than other parts of the surface.
Infections With Dangerous Gut Microbe Still On The Rise
02/25/2015 10:00 PM
Clostridium difficile sickens nearly half a million Americans annually, killing about 29,000, say federal health officials. They warn hospitals and nursing homes to tighten hygiene protocols.
Infections With Dangerous Gut Microbe Still On The Rise
02/25/2015 10:00 PM
Clostridium difficile sickens nearly half a million Americans annually, killing about 29,000, say federal health officials. They warn hospitals and nursing homes to tighten hygiene protocols.
Eyelashes Grow To Just The Right Length To Shield Eyes
02/25/2015 6:56 PM
Eyelashes keep dust out and fend off drying breezes, a study finds. To do that they need to be a very precise length. Extra-long fake eyelashes hurt more than they help.
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