Scientific Innovation

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Science to Religion: Can't We All Just Get Along?

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Signs of Life

Astrophysicist Lisa Kaltenegger analyzes light from distant stars for evidence we're not alone

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Midas Touch

To clean highly polluted groundwater, Michael Wong has developed a detergent based on gold

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How to Make a Dodo

Biologist Beth Shapiro has figured out a recipe for success in the field of ancient DNA research

Why does the human immune system sometimes fail to thwart invaders? John Wherry is trying to find out, the better to design a more effective flu vaccine.

Flu Fighter

With a possible pandemic in our future, immunologist John Wherry is racing to develop a once-a-lifetime vaccine

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Dogged

Primatologist Brian Hare investigates the social behavior of chimpanzees and bonobos in Africa. But dogs and foxes showed him the way

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Presto!

Can invisible technology make Harry Potter disappear?

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DeLorean Tremens

Hold onto your flux capacitors, time machines have nearly arrived

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Science Makes a Better Lighthouse Lens

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View from the Cockpit

It's a fast and furious time in science and technology, and a man who knows promises only more of the same

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Greetings from the Antiworld

Every subatomic particle has its opposite number, but luckily it's not true on a larger scale

Drop Cut-Off Valve and Mechanism Model

Catching a Glimpse of America's Industrial Past

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