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Small World: Stunning Photos of Sea Life in Coral Reefs

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Small World: Stunning Photos of Sea Life in Coral ReefsCalifornia Academy of Sciences - California Academy of SciencesOne cubic foot may seem a minuscule patch of the globe, yet a cubic foot can throb with life, from ...

Will Louisiana Be Underwater By 2100?

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Will Louisiana Be Underwater By 2100?California Academy of Sciences - California Academy of SciencesIn recent years, scientists have recorded dramatic drops in fisheries catches around the world. But what if the decli...

Peter Calthorpe: Visualizing Our Ecological Footprint

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Peter Calthorpe: Visualizing Our Ecological FootprintCalifornia Academy of Sciences - California Academy of SciencesThis event is the second part of a two-part discussion featuring Bay Area architect and planner Peter...

Warrior Watch: Involving Warriors in Conservation

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Warrior Watch: Involving Warriors in ConservationCalifornia Academy of Sciences - California Academy of SciencesShivani Bhalla is a fourth generation Kenyan who believes the key to lion conservation is working in part...

Why NASA’s New Exoplanet Discoveries Matter

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Why NASA's New Exoplanet Discoveries MatterCarnegie Institution for Science - Carnegie Institution for ScienceTo celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first discovery of exoplanets - planets around other sun-like star...

How Metal-Eating Plants ‘Mine’ Toxic Pollution From Soil

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How Metal-Eating Plants 'Mine' Toxic Pollution From SoilCalifornia Academy of Sciences - The California Academy of SciencesDid you know that some plants like to eat metal? Over 1,000 species of plants are known to gob...

Mercury as the Understudied Planet

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Mercury as the Understudied PlanetCarnegie Institution for Science - Carnegie Institution for ScienceThe MESSENGER spacecraft, the first to orbit the planet Mercury, overcame many technical challenges to survive the h...

The Correlation Between Brain Plaques and Alzheimer’s Disease

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The Correlation Between Brain Plaques and Alzheimer's DiseaseCarnegie Institution for Science - Carnegie Institution for ScienceTraditionally studies of brain function have focused on task-evoked responses. By their ...

How Science Can Predict What Minerals Will Be Found on Other Planets

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How Science Can Predict What Minerals Will Be Found on Other PlanetsCarnegie Institution for Science - Carnegie Institution for ScienceEarth's 4.5 billion year history is a complex tale of deterministic physical and c...

A Prophecy & The First Observatories in Chile

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A Prophecy & The First Observatories in ChileCarnegie Institution for Science - For 45 years, the Las Campanas Observatory of the Carnegie Institution for Science has provided a superlative window in the Southern ...

Scientists Edit Human Embryo Genes in US First

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For the first time in the United States, scientists have edited the genes of human embryos, a controversial step toward someday helping babies avoid inherited diseases. (July 27)

How A Left-Handed Brain Works

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One study explains what can influence someone to be left-handed, and how both right-handed and right-brained brains differ.

Selfie Obsession Leads to ‘Liquid Nose Jobs’

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Our obsession with selfies is making more and more women get "liquid nose jobs," a nonsurgical procedure where fillers shape the nose. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Total Solar Eclipse: Here are Some Things to Look Out for

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There could be a few problems with the eclipse. Elizabeth Keatinge (@elizkeatinge) has more.

Spider venom could save you if youre having a stroke

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Fungal spider venom has been tested and proven effective in preventing symptoms of a stroke.

Using music to help unlock Alzheimer’s patients’ memories

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Music lights up many parts of the brain, and now is being used by a program called Music and Memory that helps those suffering from Alzheimer's disease. CBS News chief medical correspondent Dr. Jon LaPook has reports ...

U.S. Air Force Sending Its X-37B Space Plane On Mystery Mission

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The U.S. Air Force is gearing up for the next launch of the mysterious X-37B space plane. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).

The Great American Solar Eclipse

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It's been referred to as "the Super Bowl of the sky" - the total solar eclipse on August 21 that will allow people across the continental United States to witness a rare and spectacular celestial event. Martha Teichne...

Amateur photographers will bring the solar eclipse to the world

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When the moon eclipses the sun next week, another convergence will happen. Fueled by an army of amateur photographers, UC Berkeley's Space Sciences Laboratory and Google will bring the eclipse to the world. Jamie Yucc...

What is the Best Ear to Use to Talk on the Phone?

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What is the best ear to use to talk on the phone? Elizabeth Keatinge (@elizkeatinge) has more.

GLOBAL NEWS: Physicist writes science books for toddlers and babies

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GLOBAL NEWS: Physicist writes science books for toddlers and babies

Is it too late to book a solar eclipse trip?

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This summer's hottest travel destination may be a strip of land roughly 70 miles wide and 2,800 miles long - a place that will experience total darkness during next Monday's solar eclipse. Travel expert and The Points...

Science Finally Knows How Physical Exercise Helps Dementia

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A new study finally pinpoints exactly why exercise may help fight dementia. TC Newman has the details.

L’entreprise BFM – Partie 2 : Entreprise et Capital – 14/07

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Chaque semaine, Philippe Bloch, accompagné par Arnaud Le Gal, décrit comment le capital-investissement français accompagne la croissance et la transformation des startups, PME et ETI. Un tandem entrepreneur-investisse...

T. Rex Couldn’t Run All That Fast

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New research out of the University of Manchester suggests the T. Rex couldn't run all that fast. Sean Dowling (@seandowlingtv) has more.

Coffee ‘cuts risk of dying from heart disease’ – video

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Research has found that drinking three or more cups of coffee a day can cut the risk of dying by between 8% and 18%. Scientists suggest drinking coffee lowers the risk of dying from a host of causes, including heart d...

Boat-Plane-Car Hybrid Vehicle Unveiled at MAKS Air Show

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An all-new hybrid 'universal transport' prototype was showcased at the MAKS airshow in Russia on Wednesday, called the BORTS Triton, a wheeled offroad vehicle which has also has hovercraft capabilities as well an aero...

Get Ready For The Annual Perseid Meteor Shower

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The event takes place between July 17th and August 24th with the best time to watch being August 12th from midnight till dawn. Josh King has the story (@abridgetoland).

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