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60-Second Science

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1 Undersea Recordings Reveal A Whale's Tale2018-02-19 11:40:00
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2 Seabird Feathers Reveal Less-Resilient Ocean2018-02-15 20:50:00
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3 Beetle Liberation Due to Regurgitation2018-02-13 22:26:00
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4 Old Trees Are Ecosystem Gold2018-02-12 19:08:00
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5 Boat Noise Means Fish Can't Learn Their Lessons2018-02-11 12:33:00
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6 Woodpeckers Drum to Their Own Tunes2018-02-07 14:01:00
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7 Homebodies Economize on Energy Use2018-02-06 18:45:00
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8 Killer Whale Culture Revealed by Mimicking Us2018-02-02 22:00:00
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9 Holiday Cheer Leads to Birth-Rate Spike2018-02-01 23:46:00
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10 Ticks on Uptick Where Big Game Declines2018-01-31 23:55:00
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11 Wildfires Spike Wine with Smoky Notes2018-01-30 18:53:00
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12 Lion Conservation Challenges Giraffe Protection2018-01-26 17:49:00
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13 Nobelist Crafts Light-Switchable Antibiotics2018-01-25 19:33:00
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Nobelist Crafts Light-Switchable Antibiotics

Drugs modified by chemistry Nobel laureate Ben Feringa can be turned on and off by light, which could help keep bacteria from developing antibiotic resistance. …read more

14 Catching Flu Also Boosts Heart Risk2018-01-24 22:55:00
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15 Worldwide Effort Says Together Science Can2018-01-23 15:22:00
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16 Canada Geese Taking a Winter Staycation2018-01-22 17:32:00
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17 Moon's Tug Doesn't Cause Big Quakes2018-01-19 21:30:00
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18 Social Media Helps ID Spew Source2018-01-18 21:46:00
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19 Salmonella Could Have Caused 16th-Century Epidemic2018-01-17 21:50:00
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20 Which Came First, the Proboscis or the Flower?2018-01-12 22:35:00
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