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The story of Fred the mastodon
06/27/2022 8:09 PM
A mastodon named Fred, also known as the Buesching mastodon, is a distant relative of the modern elephant. Fred's skeleton is preserved in the Indiana State Museum.
Think all bacteria are microscopic? Tell that to these centimeter-long monsters
06/23/2022 6:01 PM
The largest bacteria known to science have been discovered in the Caribbean. They're visible to the naked eye and surprisingly complex.
The human sensory experience is limited. Journey into the world that animals know
06/22/2022 4:09 PM
In his new book, An Immense World, science writer Ed Yong explores the diversity of perception in the animal world ? including echolocation, magnetic fields and ultraviolet vision.
'An Immense World' dives deep into the umwelt of animals
06/21/2022 11:39 AM
Pulitzer prize-winning science journalist Ed Yong writes in a perfect balance of scientific rigor and personal awe as he invites readers to grasp something of how other animals experience the world.
A New Mexico firewatcher describes watching his world burn
06/20/2022 9:03 AM
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks with a Forest Service fire lookout who's watching New Mexico's largest ever wildfire and grieving the landscape he knows and loves.
CDC OKs vaccinations for children 6 months to 5 years old
06/18/2022 9:09 PM
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Director Rochelle Walensky has cleared the way for the roll out of vaccines for children five years and under as early as this coming week.
In a place with little sea ice, polar bears have found another way to hunt
06/16/2022 6:03 PM
An isolated population of polar bears in southeast Greenland has learned to hunt on freshwater glacier ice. That means they may be able to survive longer as climate change makes sea ice scarce.
Encore: Scientists hope a volcano's song could contain clues to its future eruptions
06/14/2022 9:17 AM
Scientists have recorded a song coming from a volcano. They think the musical notes may someday be useful for predicting dangerous eruptions. (Story aired on All Things Considered on June 6, 2022.)
CTE is rare in brains of deceased service members, study finds
06/13/2022 9:59 PM
Despite a high risk of brain injuries, military personnel rarely develop a disabling brain condition often found in former boxers and football players.
A drug for HIV appears to reverse a type of memory loss in mice
06/12/2022 12:09 PM
A recent study finds an HIV drug can reverse memory loss in aging mice. This type of memory helps humans do things like associate a name with a face and typically starts to decline in middle age.
Researchers work to create a sense of touch in prosthetic limbs
06/09/2022 8:58 AM
A team at the University of Pittsburgh is equipping artificial hands and feet with sensors that are linked to a person's own nervous system. Preliminary results, though limited, are promising.
Researchers are developing prosthetics that have a sense of touch
06/09/2022 8:58 AM
A team at the University of Pittsburgh is working to connect prosthetic arms and legs with the nervous system to give patients a sense of touch.
Trump's record is split in South Dakota Republican primaries
06/07/2022 9:00 AM
In South Dakota, Trump-endorsed Gov. Kristi Noem wins the primary for governor, as does Republican Sen. John Thune, an adversary of the former president.
Former TV meteorologist sweeps the New Mexico GOP primary for governor
06/07/2022 9:00 AM
Mark Ronchetti has won the GOP for primary in the N.M. governor's race. He'll take on Democrat Michelle Lujan Grisham, who is running for a second term, in November.
A volcano's song could contain clues to its future eruptions, scientists hope
06/06/2022 8:29 PM
Scientists have recorded a song coming from a volcano. They think the musical notes may someday be useful for predicting when a dangerous eruption might occur.

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