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November 26, 2014

Wine’s Fruity “Nose”

You can thank fruit flies for your favorite wine’s fruity “nose”.

November 25, 2014

NanoArchaeology

Modern technology reveals ancient techniques used in the production of purloined antiquities.

November 24, 2014

Lost Languages in the Brain

When children are adopted internationally, the first language they hear as babies may not be entirely lost.

November 21, 2014

Flying Without Wings

Some animals took to the skies long before the advent of wings.

November 20, 2014

Profiting from Pain

Researchers investigate whether it’s harder to inflict pain or receive it.

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Engineers have designed an autonomous underwater vehicle to search for sunken treasure off the Florida Coast. (Stephen Wood/Florida Institute of Technology)

This Week's Podcast

October 9, 2014

OCEAN SCIENCE (Encore Presentation) - Old warships become new habitats. An ocean quadcopter gives researchers a sky-high view of the stormy North Atlantic. And, autonomous underwater vehicles that search for sunken treasure. Also, behind the untimely death of the octopus.

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