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60-Second Science

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261 Thinkers Talk about Nothing2013-03-21 13:33:08
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262 Olive Oil Fills Better Than Other Fats2013-03-20 13:16:08
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263 Noisy Ships Creep Out Crabs2013-03-19 23:59:08
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264 Caimin In, the Water's Fine2013-03-13 23:59:08
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265 Winter Cholesterol Rise May Boost Heart Risk2013-03-12 23:59:08
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266 Workplace Injuries May Rise Right after Daylight Saving Time2013-03-08 15:52:08
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267 Birds Need Tune to Stay Current2013-03-06 19:19:08
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268 New Moms May Need New Shoes2013-03-05 12:15:08
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269 Cold-Comfortable Mice Point to New Analgesics2013-03-04 21:45:08
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270 Sourdough Bacteria Pump Out Mold Killers2013-02-27 19:35:08
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271 Corn's Influence on Culture Bumped Farther Back2013-02-26 21:41:08
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272 Nathan Myhrvold Shares Cooking-Science Tips2013-02-25 05:00:08
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273 Astronaut Talks about Being in Untethered Hot Spot2013-02-22 19:57:08
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