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August 28, 2015

Beating Bitterness

How do certain foods banish the bitter aftertaste of some medications?

August 27, 2015

Saving Preemies

A medical device built with aquarium pumps saves lives in developing countries.

August 26, 2015

GMO Trees

Should regulations that limit genetic engineering research be modified to allow GMO trees?

August 25, 2015

Place Memories

When a familiar place changes, two brain regions work together to update our memories.

August 24, 2015

Human Superpredators

Our unique predatory behavior puts other predators, as well as entire ecosystems, at risk.

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Camarasaurus, a sauropod dinosaur that lived between 155 and 145 million years ago, replaced its teeth as often as once a month. (Dmitry Bogdanov/Wikipedia)

This Week's Podcast

August 19, 2015

ANCIENT ANATOMY (Encore Presentation) - What dental records from the Mesozoic era can tell us about the lives of dinosaurs. How humans are uniquely adapted to throw baseballs. Also: an automated nature recording system that's monitoring environmental change. And, could vaccinating children protect the elderly as well?

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