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Blue Origin Announces Successful Launch, Landing Of Rocket
11/24/2015 9:20 PM
Commercial space startup Blue Origin announced Tuesday the successful launch and landing of one of its rockets. NPR explores what the success means for space travel.
California Farmer Works To Restore Groundwater By Purposely Flooding Crops
11/24/2015 9:20 PM
California farmers are pumping groundwater faster than it can be replenished. One farmer is spending millions of dollars trying to restore it by deliberately flooding his crops when there is water to spare. It's caught the attention of other farmers, especially since new state laws could soon restrict groundwater use.
As Beekeepers Lose More Hives, Time For New Rules On Pesticides?
11/24/2015 9:06 PM
Beekeepers lost 42 percent of their hives last year. NPR and PBS NewsHour investigate what's behind the plight of the pollinators. Some scientists say pesticides called neonics are being overused.
Used Rocket Is A New Breakthrough For Blue Origin's Space Plan
11/24/2015 7:19 PM
Blue Origin, the space company founded by Amazon billionaire Jeff Bezos, has sent a craft past the edge of space and then landed its rocket safely ? and vertically ? in Texas.
The Psychological Dimension Behind Climate Negotiations
11/24/2015 10:10 AM
Ahead of the climate talks in Paris, researchers stress the importance of psychological research. Studies indicate countries could walk away from a deal even if it is in their best effort to agree.
California, An Environmental Leader, Eyes A Key Role In Climate Talks
11/24/2015 10:03 AM
World leaders are set to meet in Paris, trying to agree on how to combat climate change. Also attending will be California Gov. Jerry Brown, who is spearheading his own international climate movement.
How To Survive (And Maybe Even Enjoy) Thanksgiving Dinner
11/24/2015 5:04 AM
The holidays are a time to give thanks and be with the people we love. But sometimes those gatherings can be a bit challenging. This week, social-science based tips for having the best holiday season.
Police In Colorado Crackdown On Diesel Truck Owners For 'Rolling Coal'
11/23/2015 9:25 PM
Diesel trucks used to be known for belching black, polluting exhaust. Over the years, manufacturers have worked hard to shed that image, building cleaner engines. But there's a small group of diesel truck owners who are going in the opposite direction.
U.N. Chief: Paris Convention Represents 'Turning Point' In Climate Policy
11/23/2015 9:25 PM
NPR's Ari Shapiro talks to Christiana Figueres, executive secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, about why she's optimistic about the climate convention in Paris.
One Of Last 4 White Rhinos Euthanized At San Diego Zoo
11/23/2015 9:25 PM
One of the last four northern white rhinos was euthanized at the San Diego Zoo Sunday. NPR's Kelly McEvers talks to Rick Schwartz, the zoo's global ambassador, about how the species was so decimated and what might be done to save it.
A Peek At Brain Connections May Reveal Attention Deficits
11/23/2015 9:22 PM
By assessing the strength of certain connections in the brain with an MRI test, researchers were often able to tell whether children and adolescents had attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
U.S. Bioterrorism-Detection Program Is Unreliable, Report Finds
11/23/2015 5:42 PM
The Government Accountability Office says that homeland Security's BioWatch system, deployed in 30 U.S. cities, has issued dozens of false alarms since its introduction in 2003.
How We React To Threats Post World Tragedy ? And Why
11/22/2015 12:35 PM
After the Paris attacks, some schools were quick to cancel trips to major cities. Rachel Martin spoke with NPR's Shankar Vedantam about the psychology of group fear.
When A Stranger Leaves You $125 Million
11/21/2015 1:01 PM
A Seattle businessman left most of his fortune to a blindness organization he never contacted in life. Why the gift? Maybe, the evidence hints, to help others take the psychological leap he couldn't.
Can A Parasitic Worm Make It Easier (Or Harder) For A Woman To Conceive?
11/21/2015 7:36 AM
Maybe. A nine-year study in Bolivia found an unexpected association between the parasitic worms in a woman's guts and her fertility.
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