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21 Nov 2017

Science Friday

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    Hr2: Artemis Builds An Lunar City, Crows, Passenger Pigeons

    In his new novel, author Andy Weir creates a sprawling moon metropolis. Plus an ode to the brainy antics of the corvid family, from funerals to tool use to human facial recognition.


  • Posted on 18 Nov 2017

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    Hr1: News Roundup, Coal Ash, Geoengineering, Blood Video

    Spraying sulfur into the stratosphere could slow global warming--but climate engineering is not without risks. Plus, a method to see all the way down to the smallest capillary.


  • Posted on 18 Nov 2017

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    Hr1: News Roundup, Florida Panthers, Climate Policy, Tiny Bees

    As the world works together to lower carbon emissions, what role will the United States play in fighting climate change? Plus, some small bees—the size of a grain of rice—drink the sweat and tears of animals.


  • Posted on 11 Nov 2017

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    Hr2: Mathematical Careers, Net States

    Three mathematicians give us a peek into their abstract and beautiful world. Plus, should large tech companies be subject to the same regulations as nations?


  • Posted on 11 Nov 2017

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    Hr1: Freelance Science, Thinking Critcally, Space Rock, Cone Snails

    Sue Desmond-Hellmann, CEO of the Gates Foundation, says scientists and science journalists can do more to help the public think critically about scientific news. Plus, astronomers detect the first object to travel from another galaxy into our own based on its orbit and speed.


  • Posted on 04 Nov 2017

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