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  • 19 August, 2010 – This Week in Science

    19 August, 2010 – This Week in Science

    Mitochondrial Eve, Vitamins Cause Cancer, Pills For Life, Like Father Not Like Son, Crazy Kindergartners, Beer Goggles, Fuzzy Holes, Monkey See Monkey Say, Zombie Ants, and Much More!!!

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  • 12 August, 2010 – This Week in Science

    12 August, 2010 – This Week in Science

    Stone Tools To Rule Them All, Video And The Media Star, An Old Mantle Piece, Take Two And Have A Nice Day, It's A Miracle... Tomato, Anger For Happiness?, Indian Superbugs, Pulsars For People, Bloomin' Dust, Minion Mailbag, And Much More!!!

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  • 22 July, 2010 – This Week in Science

    22 July, 2010 – This Week in Science

    Our Battles With Viruses, Invisibility Cloaks, Big Stars, Bacteria and MS, Engineering Malaria, And Much More!

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  • 08 July, 2010 – This Week in Science

    08 July, 2010 – This Week in Science

    Pretty Planck Pics, Sexy Ticking Clocks, Living Longer?, Need New Now, TWIS Decade in Review: Epigenetics, and Much More!

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  • 01 July, 2010 – This Week in Science

    01 July, 2010 – This Week in Science

    Nature’s Speed Limit, Life Getting Older, Drinking Makes You Trackable, Quantum Fleas on Mt. Everest, Science of Happiness, Dental Discoveries, Kids On Walls, and Much, Much More…

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  • 28 June, 2010 – This Week in Science

    28 June, 2010 – This Week in Science

    Scientific Fields Entangled Biology and Physics merge as scientists try to explain the DNA double helix with quantum entanglement. Attack of the Long-Lasting Tomatoes Researchers used yeast genes to creat a transgenic tomato that delays decay for up to a week longer than what is currently normal. Bedtimes for the Japanese The Japanese government is […]

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  • 24 May, 2010 – This Week in Science

    24 May, 2010 – This Week in Science

    Build Your Own Bacteria Scientists have created a completely synthetic organism by copying the genome a certain species of bacteria, thereby paving the way for a new method of creating bacteria that will do specific tasks such as clean up oil spills. Poo Power Fuel from municipal sludge is now within a few cents of […]

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  • 17 May, 2010 – This Week in Science

    17 May, 2010 – This Week in Science

    Scanning Archaeopteryx, Scary Pee, Labs On A Chip, Killer Robots in the Kitchen, Stem Cells for Hearing, Take A Pill, Minion Mailbag, and Much More…

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