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AI? More Like Aieeee!! For The First Time, A Robot Can Feel Pain
05/27/2016 10:16 PM
The German researchers say this will keep robots safer, because "pain is a system that protects us." Added bonus: They say the humans who work alongside them are likely to be safer, too.
Platform Check: How Trump's Energy Plan Stacks Up To The Democrats
05/27/2016 8:31 PM
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Amy Myers Jaffe, executive director of energy and sustainability at the University of California, Davis, about the presidential candidates' energy strategies after Donald Trump rolled out his platform.
Hokule'a, The Hawaiian Canoe Traveling The World By A Map Of The Stars
05/27/2016 11:25 AM
A voyaging canoe built to revive the centuries-old tradition of Hawaiian exploration is circumnavigating the globe. Its crew has already traveled 26,000 miles navigating with the sun, star and waves.
Germ Resistant To Antibiotic Of Last Resort Appears In U.S.
05/26/2016 9:53 PM
The germs caused a urinary tract infection in a Pennsylvania woman that was difficult to treat. The bacteria were resistant to the drug often used as the last-ditch treatment, but another one worked.
Deep Sea Explorers Discover A Sponge The Size Of A Minivan
05/26/2016 8:49 PM
The deep-sea researchers were surveying an ocean ridge near Hawaii. "Where did this guy come from? Holy cow!" said one researcher when he saw the huge sponge. They say it's the largest ever recorded.
Doctors Discover First U.S. Case Of Bacteria Resistant To Last Resort Antibiotics
05/26/2016 8:37 PM
Doctors are reporting the first case in the U.S. of a bacteria that is resistant to antibiotics often used as a last resort. The germ was found in a 49-year-old Pennsylvania woman with a urinary tract infection.
On The Trail Of The Wily Wild Hog
05/26/2016 4:40 PM
These descendants of wild boars were brought over from Europe decades ago. They're highly invasive and hugely destructive ? threatening native bears and deer in Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
NASA's Attempt To Inflate Its Expandable Space Module Fizzles
05/26/2016 2:57 PM
The module known as BEAM can be folded so it takes up less room in a cargo rocket, and then expanded once it reaches space. Or at least that's the hope.
Mysterious Cave Rings Show Neanderthals Liked To Build
05/26/2016 9:00 AM
Deep in a French cave, researchers have found numerous ovals of broken stalagmites. They believe the rings were arranged by ancient Neanderthals.
It's Still Hard To Get Birth Control Pills In California Without A Prescription
05/26/2016 9:00 AM
California law now permits pharmacists to sell many types of hormonal birth control methods without a doctor's OK. But good luck finding a drug store that will dispense the contraceptives that way.
Exxon Mobil, Chevron Shareholders Reject Resolutions Aimed At Battling Climate Change
05/25/2016 9:01 PM
But shareholders at Exxon Mobil approved one resolution that could make it easier to one day nominate an environmentalist to the board.
When Cars Collide, Safety Advocates Say It's No 'Accident'
05/25/2016 8:31 PM
The New York Times reported this week on the movement to get people to stop using the word "accident" when describing auto incidents and instead use the word "crash," as a way to hold people responsible for their actions. NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Peter Norton, a historian of engineering and society, about how the word "accident" came to be used by the manufacturing and auto industries.
For Female Fruit Flies, Mr. Right Has The Biggest Sperm
05/25/2016 5:04 PM
It's not unusual for males to try to impress females with big body parts. Consider antlers on deer, or elaborate tails on peacocks. Some male fruit flies take a different approach: giant sperm.
What Is The Meaning Behind The Moo?
05/25/2016 3:37 PM
Researchers are trying to figure out what cows are saying to each other ? and us. Often, it seems that cows moo to communicate that something is wrong, or different.
Rising Seas Push Too Much Salt Into The Florida Everglades
05/25/2016 8:55 AM
Rising sea levels put extra pressure on coastal bedrock in South Florida. Eventually, as seawater moves in, it could contaminate plants on the surface and the region's stores of freshwater beneath.

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