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Apr. 24, 2015

The Most Unusual Laboratory (Not) on Earth

Floating 200 miles above the Earth, and speeding at nearly five miles per second, the International Space Station may be the most unusual lab available to science.

Dreaming Up the Future of Interstellar Travel

Could solar sails, antimatter propulsion, and air-breathing rockets take us to Mars and other galaxies in the future?

YouTuber Wants to Make You ‘Smarter Every Day’

YouTube science star Destin Sandlin uses a high speed camera to unpack the science behind everyday phenomena.

A Stegosaurus Smackdown, Plus Bumblebee and Mosquito Mysteries

Arielle Duhaime-Ross, a science reporter at The Verge, gives us her take on the week's news.

The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage

In Sydney Padua’s graphic novel, two real-life Victorian-era computing pioneers build a steam-powered computer and use it to have adventures.

A New Era for NASA? Charles Bolden Leads the Way

NASA Administrator Charles Bolden discusses the agency's priorities, from understanding conditions on Earth to reaching Mars.

The Pot-Stirrer

Amanda Glaze studies perceptions of evolution as well as its religious and societal influences throughout the Southeastern United States.

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The Pot-Stirrer: Teaching Evolution in the South

Dr. Amanda Glaze studies the perceptions of evolution and their religious and societal influences in the American Southeast.

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