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Mis-Treating Our Veterans

Mis-Treating Our Veterans

Veterans Affairs’ clinicians are untrained in the most effective form of treating post traumatic stress disorder.

By | Posted February 28, 2007

Will XO Laptops be Available in the US?

Will XO Laptops be Available in the US?

People want the $100 laptop, but the story of its commercialization keeps changing.

By | Posted February 26, 2007

I heard about a bandage for soldiers that's made from shrimp! What's in shrimp that makes these bandages effective?

I heard about a bandage for soldiers that’s made from shrimp! What’s in shrimp that makes these bandages effective?

– asks Nan Knight from Temple, TX.

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Our Podcast: The Sound of Science

Our Podcast: The Sound of Science

In episode one of The Sound of Science, find out how air bags relate to video games, which predator might dethrone polar bears as the top of the food chain in the Arctic, and how a dust cloud circumnavigates the globe.

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Is there a cavity vaccine?

Is there a cavity vaccine?

– asks Ellie Robinson

By | Posted February 23, 2007

Reel Science: Children of Men

The science behind an Oscar-nominated film.

By | Posted February 21, 2007

Looking For Trouble

Looking For Trouble

In an age of hyper-mobility, are we more vulnerable than ever to deadly epidemics?

By | Posted February 15, 2007

Speaking from the Brain

Speaking from the Brain

A psychology researcher explores how children develop language skills.

By | Posted February 14, 2007

Growing Grain in a Warming World

Growing Grain in a Warming World

Some scientists are rethinking the positive effects global warming may have on agriculture.

By | Posted February 12, 2007

Global Warming: Certain Change and Moral Uncertainty

Global Warming: Certain Change and Moral Uncertainty

The IPCC report says global warming is inevitable, but is there anything we can do?

By | Posted February 7, 2007

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