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In his new book, Paul Raeburn writes of the surprising biological and genetic connections fathers have with their children.
Ira Flatow and a panel of editors and bloggers discuss the year’s biggest science stories.
Four journalists join Ira Flatow to discuss the top science stories of 2011.
From the Gulf oil spill to the creation of synthetic life, a look at the science that made headlines in 2010.
With newspapers and cable news slashing budgets for science reporting, where can you go to get accurate, unbiased science news? We'll look at how science news is changing.
We'll look back on the year's top science stories, and talk about some that may have received more attention than they deserved.
What were the biggest science stories of 2008 - and which flew under the radar? Ira and a panel of journalists look back on the year in science.
An new thermal infrared camera might make crime scene investigations easier.
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Fifty years later, forensic scientists apply modern tech to the JFK assassinatio...
A new book traces the early history of blood transfusions.
Forensic anthropologist and writer Kathy Reichs talks about her new novel "Bones...
\tThe La Brea Tar Pits are world-renowned fossil sites for good reason—they're the mass graves of thousands of Ice Age creatures, each with a story to tell. Researchers at the nearby Page Museum clean the asphalt from the fossil remains, and using paleoforensics, recount the grim details of their deaths. In the process, clues emerge about what life was like in prehistoric Los Angeles.