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Why Climate Change Threats Don't Trigger An Immediate Response From Human Brains
12/12/2019 9:25 PM
NPR's Ailsa Chang talks with Harvard psychologist Daniel Gilbert about why the human brain doesn't respond to threats posed by climate change as quickly or proactively as seems warranted.
44,000-Year-Old Indonesian Cave Painting Is Rewriting The History Of Art
12/11/2019 9:04 PM
In a cave in Indonesia, archaeologists have uncovered a stunning ancient painting of a hunting party that is thousands of years older than similar works found in Europe.
Greta Thunberg Is The 'Time' Person Of The Year For 2019
12/11/2019 2:16 PM
She burst onto the world stage after organizing school strikes and protests to call attention to the climate crisis. The Swedish activist, 16, is the youngest person to earn the title.
Meteorologists Can't Keep Up With Climate Change In Mozambique
12/11/2019 10:09 AM
As world leaders gather for a climate summit in Madrid, some of the countries most vulnerable to climate change say they need improved forecasting tools.
Gene Therapy May Aid In Sickle Cell Disease Treatment
12/10/2019 11:11 AM
Scientists report progress using gene therapy to treat sickle cell disease, a common and devastating genetic blood disorder.
Wheelchairs On Planes: Why Can't Passengers Use Their Own Onboard?
12/10/2019 10:00 AM
Many buses and vans can safely accommodate and restrain a passenger's wheelchair, but airline passengers are required to transfer to the plane's standard seat. A grassroots group hopes to change that.
At Least 5 Dead After Volcano Erupts Off New Zealand Coast
12/09/2019 3:29 PM
Fewer than 50 people are believed to have been on or near White Island at the time of the eruption. Officials say some remain unaccounted for.
Cookies In Space, For Science
12/08/2019 1:01 PM
A delicious experiment is set to take place in space. Astronauts will bake cookies on the International Space Station as part of a long line of food innovations fueling space travel.
Why Virginity Tests Are Making News ? In The U.S. And Afghanistan
12/06/2019 6:28 PM
When the rapper T.I. said he has his teenage daughter undergo an annual virginity test, protests arose in the U.S. In fact, the virginity test is a global issue.
Nature's 'Brita Filter' Is Dying and Nobody Knows Why
12/06/2019 10:01 AM
A mysterious die-off of freshwater mussels has scientists scrambling to find a cause. Freshwater mussels clean water and provide habitat to countless other species.
The Convoluted Story Of How The First Atoms Of Tennessine Were Created
12/05/2019 9:22 PM
Tennessine is an extremely rare element. Only a few dozen atoms of it have ever been produced. The tale of how the first atoms of Tennessine were created is complicated.
Offshore Wind May Help The Planet ? But Will It Hurt Whales?
12/05/2019 8:53 PM
New York has awarded two contracts for large offshore wind farms, with more anticipated. Researchers are surveying whales in the area to craft strategies to mitigate dangers to them and their habitat.
A Comet From Another Star Hints That Our Solar System Isn't One-Of-A-Kind
12/05/2019 6:33 PM
The comet, 2I/Borisov, looks surprisingly like comets closer to home. It's a sign that the processes that formed the sun and planets are at work elsewhere in the universe.
Why Freshwater Mussels Are Dying
12/05/2019 10:07 AM
A mysterious die-off of freshwater mussels has biologists scrambling to figure out a cause. Freshwater mussels are critical to river ecosystems and to U.S. water supplies.
Trauma Surgeon Battles Bullets In The Operating Room And The Community
12/05/2019 10:00 AM
Weary of losing neighbors and patients to gunfire, St. Louis trauma surgeon Laurie Punch has a message: Gun violence is contagious, but so is healing. Doctors who teach can be part of the solution.





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