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60-Second Science | 2020-04-06      
 - Coronavirus Can Infect Cats - Tigers and lions at the Bronx Zoo have tested positive for the virus, and studies show... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-04-02      
 - Squid Glowing Skin Patterns May Be Code - Humboldt squid can rapidly change the pigmentation and luminescence... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-04-02      
 - Squid's Glowing Skin Patterns May Be Code - Humboldt squid can rapidly change the pigmentation and luminescence... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-04-01      
 - Bird Fossil Shared Earth with T. Rex - Dating back 67 million years, this representative of the group of modern... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-03-30      
 - Coyotes Eat Everything From Fruits to Cats - The diets of coyotes varied widely depending on whether they were... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-03-29      
 - Tiny Wormlike Creature May Be Our Oldest Known Ancestor - The bilateral organism crawled on the seafloor, taking in... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-03-26      
 - Help Researchers Track COVID-19 - By entering your health status, even if you're feeling fine, at COVIDNearYou.org,... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-03-25      
 - Sick Vampire Bats Restrict Grooming to Close Family - When vampire bats feel sick they'll still engage in prosocial... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-03-24      
 - Exponential Infection Increases Are Deadly Serious - Listen in as I use two calculators to track the difference in... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-03-21      
 - Swamp Wallaby Reproduction Give Tribbles a Run - They're not born pregnant like tribbles, but swamp wallabies... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-03-19      
 - Ocean Plastic Smells Great to Sea Turtles - Ocean plastic gets covered with algae and other marine organisms, making... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-03-11      
 - Snapping Shrimp Make More Noise in Warmer Oceans - As oceans heat up, the ubiquitous noise of snapping shrimp should... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-03-10      
 - Stress from Undersea Noise Interferes with Crab Camouflage - In an example of how sea noise can harm species,... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-03-10      
 - Stress From Undersea Noise Interferes With Crab Camouflage - In an example of how sea noise can harm species,... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-03-04      
 - Indigenous Amazonians Managed Valuable Plant Life - Studies on very old vegetation in the Amazon Basin show active... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-02-25      
 - Jet Altitude Changes Cut Climate Changing Contrails - Increasing or decreasing the altitude of aircraft a few... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-02-24      
 - Thoroughbred Horses Are Increasingly Inbred - Inbreeding in Thoroughbreds has increased significantly in the last 45... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-02-20      
 - Pablo Escobar's Hippos Could Endanger Colombian Ecology - Hippos that escaped from drug kingpin Pablo Escobar's... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-02-19      
 - Wasp Nests Help Date Aboriginal Art - Art created by Australian Aboriginal people used organic carbon-free pigments,... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-02-18      
 - Industrial Revolution Pollution Found in Himalayan Glacier - Ice cores from a Tibetan glacier reveal the first... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-02-15      
 - 'Fight or Flight' Nerves Make Mice Go Gray - A new study in mice concludes stress can cause gray hair—and... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-02-15      
 - Fight-or-Flight Nerves Make Mice Go Gray - A new study in mice concludes stress can cause gray hair—and... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-02-11      
 - Feral Dogs Respond to Human Hand Cues - Most feral dogs that did not run away from humans were able to respond to... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-02-06      
 - Fingering Fake Whiskies With Isotopes - Whiskies claimed to be from the 19th century are revealed to be made with... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-02-05      
 - Having an Albatross Around Your Boat - By outfitting 169 albatrosses with GPS data loggers, scientists were able to... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-02-02      
 - Groundhog Facts Other Than Their Poor Meteorology - Groundhogs are less accurate at weather forecasting than are... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-02-02      
 - Facts about Groundhogs Other Than Their Poor Meteorology - Groundhogs are less accurate at weather forecasting than... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-02-01      
 - Did Animal Calls Start in the Dark? - One hypothesis says the ability to vocalize arose in nocturnal... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-01-30      
 - Sign Languages Display Distinct Ancestries - Well more than 100 distinct sign languages exist worldwide, with each... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-01-26      
 - Docs Given Updated Opioid Habit - Researchers dialed down the default number of opioids in two hospitals'... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-01-25      
 - Some Wolf Pups Show Innate Fetching Talent - Some wolf pups will play fetch with a stranger, suggesting that an... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-01-24      
 - Barred Owls Invade the Sierra Nevada - By listening to the sounds of the forest, biologists were able to identify an... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-01-23      
 - Curiosity Killed the... Mouse? - The cat parasite Toxoplasma gondii boosts curiosity in mice—which makes mice... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-01-15      
 - Antarctic Is Ripe for Invasive Species - Mussels and crabs are two of the creatures most likely to invade Antarctica... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-01-14      
 - Bacteria Helped Plants Evolve to Live on Land - Soil bacteria may have taken residence in early algae species,... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-01-13      
 - Meteorite Contains Material Older Than Earth - The Murchison meteorite, which screamed to Earth 50 years ago,... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-01-12      
 - Loss of Large Mammals Stamps Out Invertebrates, Too - Hunted areas of Gabon have fewer large mammals and a thicker... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-01-09      
 - Brittle Stars Can 'See' Without Eyes - The starfish relatives can recognize patterns using photoreceptors on their... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-01-07      
 - Atlantic Puffins Spotted Using Tools - Scientists observed two Atlantic puffins using sticks to scratch... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-01-06      
 - Traffic Cameras Show Why the Yankees Should Suffer Fewer Injuries in 2020 - The 2019 New York Yankees' record number... 
   
60-Second Science | 2020-01-03      
 - Part of Real Paleo Diet: It's a Tuber - In South Africa archaeologists found the charred remains of a roasted root... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-27      
 - Fido's Human Age Gets New Estimates - By comparing how DNA gets altered over the lifetimes of people and dogs,... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-26      
 - Gift Wrapping Is An Effective Future Trash - Research suggests people value gifts more when they have to unwrap... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-24      
 - Superstrong Fibers Could Be Hairy Situation - Human hair tested stronger than thicker fibers from elephants, boars... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-20      
 - Flaky Scalps Have a Unique Fungal Microbiome - Certain species of bacteria and fungi seem to proliferate on... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-19      
 - Moths Flee or Face Bats Depending on Toxicity - Tiger moth species that contain bad tasting and toxic compounds are... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-18      
 - Ancient Seawall Found Submerged - In shallow waters off the coast of Israel, archaeologists have found entire... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-14      
 - Citizen Scientists Deserve Journal Status Upgrade - Here's an argument that citizen scientists deserve co-authorship... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-13      
 - Not All Hydropower Is Climate Considerate - While some hydropower facilities release almost no greenhouse gases,... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-12      
 - Certain ZIP Codes Pick Losers - People in certain ZIP codes are more likely to purchase products that flop, buy... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-12      
 - Certain Zip Codes Pick Losers - People in certain zip codes are more likely to purchase products that flop, buy... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-11      
 - Linguists Hear An Accent Begin - Residents of an overwintering station in Antarctica provided linguists with... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-10      
 - Romans Would Roam for Wood - Archaeologists unearthed wood from a Roman villa when digging Rome's subway—and... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-09      
 - When the Bellbird Calls You Know It - The white bellbird of the Amazon may be the loudest bird in the world.  ... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-05      
 - Fishy Trick Lures Life Back to Coral Reefs - Playing the sounds of a healthy reef near damaged corals may help bring... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-04      
 - Rainforest Dwellers and Urbanites Have Consistently Different Microbiomes - A study done in South America found that... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-04      
 - Rain Forest Dwellers and Urbanites Have Consistently Different Microbiomes - A study done in South America found... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-12-03      
 - Internet Cables Could Also Measure Quakes - The fiberoptic cables that connect the global internet could potentially... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-11-29      
 - Subtle Ancient Footprints Come To Light - Ground penetrating radar can detect tiny density differences that lead to... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-11-25      
 - Ancient Rock Art Got a Boost From Bacteria - Indigenous artists in what’s now British Columbia created... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-11-24      
 - Ick Factor Is High Hurdle For Recycled Drinking Water - Recycled wastewater can be cleaner than bottled water, but... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-11-21      
 - Bots Outperform Humans If They Impersonate Us - Bots masquerading as humans in a game outperformed their human... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-11-20      
 - Implanting Memories in Birds Reveals How Learning Happens - Researchers activated specific brain cells in zebra... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-11-16      
 - Egyptian Vats 5,600 Years Old Were For Beer Brewing - Archaeologists working in the ancient city of Hierakonpolis... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-11-13      
 - Famously Fickle Felines Are, In Fact, Clingy - Cats are clingier to their human owners than their reputation would... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-11-12      
 - Aversion to Broccoli May Have Genetic Roots - Study subjects with a gene variant that heightened their sensitivity... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-11-09      
 - Marine Mammal Epidemic Linked to Climate Change - A measles-like virus is ricocheting through marine mammal... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-11-07      
 - Ants Colonies Avoid Traffic Jams - Researchers tracked thousands of individual ants to determine how they move in... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-11-07      
 - Ant Colonies Avoid Traffic Jams - Researchers tracked thousands of individual ants to determine how they move in... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-11-06      
 - Ranking Rise May Intimidate Opponents - In an analysis of chess and tennis matches, players rising in the rankings... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-11-05      
 - Familiar Tunes Rapidly Jog the Brain - Within just a third of a second of hearing a snippet of a familiar refrain,... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-10-31      
 - We Owe Our Pumpkins to Pooping Megafauna - The pumpkin's ancestor was an incredibly bitter, tennis-ball-sized... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-10-29      
 - Bird Egg Colors Influenced By Local Climate - In cold, northern climates, eggs tend to be darker and... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-10-28      
 - Crabs Do a Maze - Green crabs learned to navigate a maze without making a single wrong turn—and remembered the... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-10-24      
 - Odd Bird Migrates Twice To Breed - The phainopepla migrates from southern California to the desert southwest to... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-10-23      
 - Piranha-Proof Fish Gives Inspiration for Body Armor - A gigantic fish from the Amazon has incredibly tough... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-10-22      
 - Galloping Ant Beats Saharan Heat - The Saharan silver ant feeds on other insects that have died on the hot sands,...