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It was once believed that nuclear bombs could be used for peace.
It was once believed that nuclear bombs could be used for peace

The Next Big Engineering Tool Of The 1960s? Nuclear Bombs

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Catherine Nickerson
Scott Allan Morris
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From KQED Science's DEEP LOOK: How does a group of animals — or robots — work together when no one’s in charge?
From KQED Science's DEEP LOOK: How does a group of animals —

Can A Thousand Tiny Swarming Robots Outsmart Nature?

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07/18/2017 at 21:34. Facebook
A rose is a rose, even when it's green.
A rose is a rose  even when it's green

The Green Rose

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Dave Charles
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07/18/2017 at 15:05. Facebook
Cubic ice is typically only found in the upper atmosphere—but researchers have come pretty close to mimicking it.
Cubic ice is typically only found in the upper atmosphere—but researchers have

Creating The Perfect Ice Cube

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07/17/2017 at 21:04. Facebook
Some farmers are turning to carefully-controlled "multi-species grazing" to improve the cropland habitat.
Some farmers are turning to carefully controlled "multi species grazing" to improve

For Farmers, Rotating Livestock Pays Off

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Andrew Sackville-West
Melinda Landry
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07/17/2017 at 11:54. Facebook
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Jeanette Nakada
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07/16/2017 at 15:20. Facebook
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07/15/2017 at 21:48. Facebook
It turns out ammonium really makes them frisky.
It turns out ammonium really makes them frisky

A Peek Into The Sex Lives of Algae

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Arvin Santiago Anolin
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07/15/2017 at 12:49. Facebook
In Chasing Coral, a group of filmmakers worked for nearly three years to document the devastation of coral bleaching in real time and share it with the public.
In Chasing Coral a group of filmmakers worked for nearly three years

In The Story Of Dying Coral Reefs, A Call To Action

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Donald Lee Sexton
Gary Ciccati
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07/14/2017 at 23:34. Facebook
Did you know that ants have towering engineering skills?
Did you know that ants have towering engineering skills

Amazing Ant Engineering

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Timothy Gavin
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07/14/2017 at 15:36. Facebook
Today at 2pm ET: SciFri Science Club is BACK! Let's cool down by making something frozen
Today at 2pm ET: SciFri Science Club is BACK Let's cool down by making something frozen

Freeze Something New With The SciFri Science Club

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07/13/2017 at 21:32. Facebook
"Fundamentally, an earworm is your brain singing."
"Fundamentally an earworm is your brain singing "

Why Do Songs Get Stuck in Our Heads?

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Joann Smith
Judy Luber-Narod
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07/13/2017 at 12:04. Facebook
Among the items in writer Michael Pollan's office are a fabric made of fungus, tobacco from Peru, and edible ornamentations that sometimes provide inspiration. In the latest installment of our Desktop Diaries video series, the food and nature author guides us through his sunporch-converted office and backyard garden.
Among the items in writer Michael Pollan's office are a fabric made

What Does Michael Pollan Keep On His Desk?

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Juliet Upton
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In recent months, hackers have been targeting nuclear power plants and other energy facilities in the U.S. and abroad.
In recent months hackers have been targeting nuclear power plants and other

Hackers Have Been Targeting Nuclear Power Plants

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Ed Kowieski
Lee Brashear
From PRI Public Radio International: One of the largest icebergs ever recorded has snapped off of the Antarctic Peninsula, and now scientists are assessing its potential risks to shipping traffic.
From PRI Public Radio International: One of the largest icebergs ever recorded

A Delaware-sized iceberg has broken off of the Antarctic Peninsula

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Anne-Marie Hoskinson
Garry Mayhall
This kid-friendly, edible experiment is supercool—literally.
This kid friendly edible experiment is supercool—literally

Aha! Make Supercool Fruit Pops

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Becky Henry
The Apollo Guidance Computer was less powerful than an early Nintendo Game Boy.
The Apollo Guidance Computer was less powerful than an early Nintendo Game Boy

Rotisserie Chicken and Spacecraft: Things You Might Not Know About The Apollo Missions

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From Gross Science and PBS Digital Studios: Would you eat bugs if it meant helping to save the planet?
From Gross Science and PBS Digital Studios: Would you eat bugs if

The Case for Eating Bugs

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Debra Henk
Molly Oken
Ryan Bliss
We've been using the same object to define the kilograms for more than 100 years. And that object seems to be slowly losing mass.
We've been using the same object to define the kilograms for more

A Mathy Makeover For The Kilogram - Science Friday

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Karen Pusin
Hugh M. Allen
Christian Jensen
Researchers are trying to breakdown what makes ancient Roman concrete is so durable.
Researchers are trying to breakdown what makes ancient Roman concrete is so durable

Drilling Into The Secrets Of Roman Concrete - Science Friday

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Andrea Brown
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Gary A. Richards