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Apr. 11, 2014

Bill Nye Stops By

Bill Nye stops by to chat about teaching science, launching solar sails into space, and more.

Busting Bad Bacteria With Their Viral Enemies

Phages added to packaged beef or spinach could cut down on E. coli bacteria outbreaks.

Up Close With the Lunar Eclipse

The lunar eclipse on Tuesday, April 15, will be visible from all over North and South America.

Scientists Study Vole Romance Under the Influence

To learn how alcohol affects relationships, scientists mix prairie voles a drink.

Reawakening Limbs After Years of Paralysis

Paraplegics were able to stand and move their legs again with the help of a spinal implant.

With Her Kids' Help, Jean Craighead George’s ‘Ice Whale’ Sees Print

The final novel from My Side of the Mountain author Jean Craighead George takes children underneath the Arctic Ocean.

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Inside Insight: Clearing and Staining Fish

Clearing and staining gobies, stingrays, and sharks has revealed to Dr. Adam Summers critical data and the beauty of each fish’s unique form.

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