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Big news! Paleontologists have made a surprising discovery—mastodon bones and stone tools that date to 130,000 years ago. If the scientists’ analyses are correct, the find could push back the timeline for human habitation in the Americas by some 115,000 years!

We'll discuss more on Friday.
Big news Paleontologists have made a surprising discoverymastodon bones and stone tools
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Murray Wilson
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A team of teachers, students, and scientists is looking for life under rocks in deserts around the world. You can participate too!
A team of teachers students and scientists is looking for life under

Life Under a Rock: Bacteria in Extreme Environments - Science Friday

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04/25/2017 at 20:45. Facebook
Meet the artist who uses math to make never-ending blooming sculptures.
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Julie Maldonado
Teresa Chamiec
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04/25/2017 at 12:06. Facebook
It's National DNA Day! Geneticist George Church gives his thoughts on genomes and privacy, resurrecting extinct species, and more.
Its National DNA Day Geneticist George Church gives his thoughts on genomes

10 Questions for George Church, Geneticist - Science Friday

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04/24/2017 at 22:28. Facebook
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Jonathan Dewdney
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04/24/2017 at 15:56. Facebook
Happy 27th anniversary, Hubble Space Telescope! Astronaut Mike Massimino recounts what it was like repairing the famous telescope.
Happy 27th anniversary Hubble Space Telescope Astronaut Mike Massimino recounts what it

Astronaut Mike Massimino’s Bumpy Ride Into Space - Science Friday

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Chris Morrison
Laurie Weinstein Rosen
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04/24/2017 at 12:09. Facebook
Happy Science Monday! Need to solve an avian mystery? This team of forensic ornithologists are on the case.
Happy Science Monday Need to solve an avian mystery This team of

Feathers And Snarge: Identifying What’s Left After Birds And Planes Collide - Science Friday

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Jonathan James
Anna Willoughby
Shelly Magier
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04/23/2017 at 17:33. Facebook
Tales of labs cutting corners, clinical trials based on bad research, and sloppy science. Science journalist Richard Harris examines flaws in the scientific process in his new book.
Tales of labs cutting corners clinical trials based on bad research and

Bringing Rigor Back To Health Research - Science Friday

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Oana Hawgood
Jean Keelan Meske
Dani Flowers
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04/22/2017 at 21:15. Facebook
From Nobel laureates to little kids, we asked attendees at the March for Science why they were marching.
From Nobel laureates to little kids we asked attendees at the March

Why We March: Portraits Of The March For Science - Science Friday

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04/22/2017 at 19:04. Facebook
It was a rainy day in Washington, D.C.—but that didn’t stop thousands from marching for science.
It was a rainy day in Washington DCbut that didnt stop thousands

What It Was Like To March For Science - Science Friday

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Connie Barclay
Rod Stephenson
Guy T Christopher
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04/22/2017 at 15:32. Facebook
"There has always been a tension between science and politics" – Ira Flatow on The Takeaway
There has always been a tension between science and politics Ira Flatow

Politicizing Science? Some Take Aim at Earth Day March

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Sarah Paris
Alexander Evans
Cam Rooker
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04/22/2017 at 12:44. Facebook
Will you be attending the March for Science today? A special panel of scientists, politicians, and educators discuss the significance of the event.
Will you be attending the March for Science today A special panel

Can Science Survive In A More Politicized Age? - Science Friday

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Tarrah Henrie
Robin Mendelson
David Taylor
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04/21/2017 at 22:43. Facebook
You can show your support for Team Science with our Facebook profile frame! Here's how to do it!
You can show your support for Team Science with our Facebook profile
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Andy Osterhaus
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04/21/2017 at 12:19. Facebook
Today at 2pm ET, we're live from Washington, D.C. with special coverage of the March for Science. Here's what you need to know.
Today at 2pm ET were live from Washington DC with special coverage

What Is The March For Science? - Science Friday

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Tina Kutin Anapolsky
Shoshanah Landau Murray
Marisol Azcarraga Fisher
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04/20/2017 at 20:09. Facebook
Let's make Miura folds with the #SciFriEdu team!
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04/20/2017 at 17:09. Facebook
Meet the brothers that turned 19th-century France into a ballooning powerhouse.
Meet the brothers that turned 19thcentury France into a ballooning powerhouse

Afloat in a French Flying Machine - Science Friday

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04/20/2017 at 12:23. Facebook
This acoustic engineer went on a quest to collect the world's strangest sounds.
This acoustic engineer went on a quest to collect the world's strangest sounds

The Science Behind the World's Strangest Sounds - Science Friday

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Meet the tiny, flying, swarming robots that can help pollinate crops or aid in rescue.
Connie Prince
Lavada Luening
Catherine Lair
Political talk can be difficult to untangle. Journalist Dave Levitan provides a guide for cutting through the political rhetoric that can distort science.
Political talk can be difficult to untangle Journalist Dave Levitan provides a

"The Cherry Pick," "Credit Snatch" And Other Political Rhetoric That Can Distort Science - Science Friday

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Andrew Kerber
David Johnson
Jessica Farson
Ever want to make your own natural history collection?
Ever want to make your own natural history collection

Build a Cabinet of Curiosities - Science Friday

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Sydney Brannoch
Stacy Ryerson
Kristine Tolman