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Climate detectives use kauri tree clues to uncover secrets from Antarctica

Climate detectives use kauri tree clues to uncover secrets from Antarctica

New evidence suggests an atmospheric bridge originating in Antarctica could have influenced global climate patterns during the last ice age

By | Posted November 24, 2017

The Liberty Science Center

The Liberty Science Center

If you want to turn your kids into a bunch of little nerds, this is the place!

By | Posted July 26, 2017

Head, shoulders, knees and toes

Head, shoulders, knees and toes

Sleeping Giant state park is home to diverse microclimates

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I take my planets hard-boiled

I take my planets hard-boiled

Evidence that the Earth’s crust began as an unbroken shell raises a question: Can we really understand the past by looking at how things are now?

By | Posted June 14, 2017

Loosening up under pressure

Loosening up under pressure

A mineral’s strange properties may explain the rift between the earth’s layers

By | Posted December 27, 2016

The man-made flood

The man-made flood

Levees and floodplain development are increasing flood damage in Missouri

By | Posted June 20, 2016

Natural gas versus natural beauty

Natural gas versus natural beauty

An Appalachian battle rages over a pipeline route through sensitive salamander habitats

By | Posted May 2, 2016

The F-Block: Thulium

The F-Block: Thulium

A useless element

By | Posted April 27, 2016

The F-Block: Fermium

The F-Block: Fermium

A new element created from destruction

By | Posted March 30, 2016

The F-Block: Neodymium

The F-Block: Neodymium

The f-block’s clingiest partner

By | Posted March 23, 2016

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