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60-Second Science | 2019-10-17      
 - Your Skull Shapes Your Hearing - The resonant properties of your skull can amplify some frequencies and dampen... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-10-16      
 - Tardigrade Protein Protects DNA from Chemical Attack - The Dsup protein protects DNA under conditions that create... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-10-15      
 - 'Marsquakes' Could Reveal How Mars Was Built - Rumblings on the Red Planet act like x-rays, allowing scientists to... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-10-15      
 - "Mars-quakes" Could Reveal How Mars Was Built - Rumblings on the Red Planet act like x-rays, allowing scientists to... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-10-06      
 - Teeth Tell Black Death Genetic Tale - DNA from the teeth of medieval plague victims indicate that the pathogen... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-10-05      
 - Tiny Worms Are Equipped To Battle Extreme Environments - Scientists found eight species of nematodes living in... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-10-02      
 - Heat Changes Insect Call, but It Still Works - Tiny insects called treehoppers produce very different mating songs... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-10-01      
 - Corals Can Inherit Symbiotic Adaptations to Warming - Adult corals can reshuffle their symbiotic algae species to... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-30      
 - Blind People's Brains Adapt in Similar Fashion - The brains of blind people repurpose the vision regions for... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-30      
 - Brains of Blind People Adapt in Similar Fashion - The brains of those who are blind repurpose the vision regions for... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-25      
 - Musical Note Perception Can Depend on Culture - Western ears consider a pitch at double the frequency of a lower... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-24      
 - Nature Docs Avoid Habitat Destruction - BBC and Netflix nature documentaries consistently shy away from showing... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-19      
 - Heat Loss To Night Sky Powers Off-Grid Lights - A slight temperature difference at night between a surface losing... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-18      
 - Early Butchers Used Small Stone Scalpels - Homo erectus used hand axes to butcher elephants and other game. But a... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-17      
 - Microplastics in Fresh Water Are Mostly Laundry Lint - Microplastic particles are everywhere, but in freshwater... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-16      
 - Kids Not Hurt By Screentime - A study finds no deleterious effects on mental health when kids spend their leisure... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-16      
 - Kids Are Not Hurt by Screen Time - A study finds no deleterious effects on mental health when kids spend their... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-13      
 - Lab-Grown Human Minibrains Show Brainy Activity - As the little structures grow, their constituents specialize into... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-12      
 - Eavesdropping Puts Anxious Squirrels at Ease - Squirrels constantly scan their surroundings for hawks, owls and... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-11      
 - Earth's Magnetic Field Initiates Pole Flip Many Millennia Before The Switch - Lava flow records and sedimentary and... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-09      
 - Food Expiration Dates May Mislead Consumers - Better food labeling could prevent people from throwing away a lot of... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-05      
 - Farmland Also Optimal For Solar Power - The conditions of sunlight, temperature, humidity and wind that make... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-05      
 - Farmland Is Also Optimal for Solar Power - The conditions of sunlight, temperature, humidity and wind that make... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-04      
 - Chemical Tweak Recycles Polyurethane into Glue - It’s not easy to recycle polyurethane, so it’s usually... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-03      
 - Crow Cholesterol Climbs After Chomping Cheeseburgers - Wild animals that live near humans have higher cholesterol... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-09-03      
 - Cholesterol Climbs after Crows Chomp Cheeseburgers - Wild animals that live near humans have higher cholesterol than... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-30      
 - How Hurricanes Influence Spider Aggressiveness - As Hurricane Dorian approaches Florida, consider that feeding style... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-28      
 - Graphene Garment Blocks Blood-Sucking Skeeters - A small patch of graphene on human skin seemed to block the... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-26      
 - Martian Winds Could Spread Microbe Hitchhikers - Microbes fly tens of miles over Chile’s dry, UV-blasted... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-21      
 - Including Indigenous Voices in Genomics - A program at the University of Illinois trains Indigenous scientists in... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-19      
 - West Point Uniforms Signify Explosive Chemistry - U.S. Military Academy cadets wear the colors black, gray and gold... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-14      
 - Secrets of the Universe Trapped in Antarctic Snow - Scientists found an interstellar iron isotope in Antarctic snow... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-13      
 - Certain Personality Types Likely to Make a "Foodie Call" - Some people go on dates just to score a free meal—a... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-09      
 - Computer Tells Real Smiles From Phonies - Slight changes around the eyes are indeed a giveaway as to whether a smile... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-08      
 - Stare Down Gulls to Avoid Lunch Loss - Researchers slowed the approach of greedy gulls by an average of 21 seconds... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-07      
 - Real Laughs Motivate More Guffaws - Honest, involuntary laughter cued people to themselves laugh more at some really... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-05      
 - Extinction Wipes Out Evolution's Hard Work - By killing off many of New Zealand's endemic birds, humans destroyed 50... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-03      
 - London Is Crawling with Drug-Resistant Microbes - Nearly half of bacteria gathered in public settings around the... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-03      
 - London Crawling with Drug-Resistant Microbes - Nearly half of bacteria gathered in public settings around the city... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-08-01      
 - Male Black Widows Poach Rivals' Approaches - Mating is risky business for black widow males - so they hitchhike on... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-31      
 - Babies Want Fair Leaders - Babies as young as a year-and-a-half want leaders to fix situations in which they see... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-30      
 - Parrots Are Making U.S. Home - Released or escaped parrots are now living in most states and are breeding in at... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-25      
 - Tourist Photos Help African Wildlife Census - Photos snapped by safari tourists are a surprisingly accurate way to... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-23      
 - For Ants, the Sky's The Compass - Computer modeling revealed that insects with a celestial compass can likely... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-20      
 - Why Two Moonships Were Better Than One - Engineer John Houbolt pushed for a smaller ship to land on the lunar... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-19      
 - One Small Scoop, One Giant Impact for Mankind - Just before Neil Armstrong climbed back into the lunar module, he... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-18      
 - Investigating the Zombie Ant's "Death Grip" - Researchers dissected the jaws of ants infected with the ... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-16      
 - Attractive Young Females May Have Justice Edge - Youths rated as attractive were less likely to have negative... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-15      
 - Tobacco Plants Made To Produce Useful Compounds - A proof-of-concept study got transgenic tobacco plants to make a... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-11      
 - Rhinos and Their Gamekeepers Benefit from AI - Starting in 2017, an artificial intelligence monitoring system at the... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-10      
 - Backpack Harvests Energy As You Walk - The pack produces a steady trickle of electricity from the swinging motion of... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-09      
 - Why Baseballs Are Flying in 2019 - An analysis of the 2019 edition of the Major League baseball points to reasons... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-03      
 - Some Hot Dog Histology - A lab analysis found that even an all-beef frankfurter had very little skeletal muscle, or... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-07-01      
 - Mind and Body Benefit from Two Hours in Nature Each Week - People who spent at least two hours outside—either... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-06-30      
 - Scientist Encourages Other Women Scientists to Make Themselves Heard - Geneticist Natalie Telis noticed few women... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-06-27      
 - Male Bats Up Mating Odds With Mouth Morsels - Males that allow females to take food right out of their mouths are... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-06-26      
 - Scientists Fool Flies with 'Virtual Tastes' - By switching fruit flies' sensory neurons on and off with light,... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-06-25      
 - Wheat Plants "Sneeze" And Spread Disease - Wheat plants' leaves repel water, which creates the perfect conditions... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-06-24      
 - Elite Runners' Microbes Make Mice Mightier - Mice fed bacteria isolated from elite athletes logged more treadmill... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-06-21      
 - Antiperspirant Boosts Armpit and Toe-Web Microbial Diversity - Rather than wiping microbes out, antiperspirants and... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-06-17      
 - Monkey Cousins Use Similar Calls - Two monkey species who last shared a common ancestor 3 million years ago have... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-06-16      
 - How Millipedes Avoid Interspecies Sexual Slips - Millipedes, often blind, have come up with clever physical signals... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-06-13      
 - You Contain Multitudes of Microplastics - People appear to consume between 74,000 and 121,000 microplastic particles... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-06-12      
 - A Biodegradable Label Doesn't Make It So - At the third Scientific American “Science Meets Congress”... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-06-06      
 - High School Cheaters Nabbed By Neural Network - Researchers trained a neural network to scrutinize high school... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-06-04      
 - Preserved Poop is an Archaeological Treasure - Anthropologists found parasite eggs in ancient poop samples,... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-05-29      
 - Bonobo Mothers Supervise Their Sons' Monkey Business - Some wild female bonobos introduce their sons to desirable... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-05-28      
 - Music May Orchestrate Better Brain Connectivity in Preterm Infants - Preterm babies who listened to music in the... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-05-23      
 - Icy Room Temperatures May Chill Productivity
 - A new study suggests women's performance on math and verbal... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-05-22      
 - Bird Beak Shapes Depend on More Than Diet - A study found that only a small percentage of bird beak shape variation... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-05-20      
 - Ancient Gum Gives Archaeologists Something to Chew On - Chewing gums found in western Sweden contain the oldest... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-05-17      
 - Nobelist: Harness Evolution As Problem-Solving Algorithm - Frances Arnold, the CalTech scientist who shared the 2018... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-05-16      
 - Unread Books at Home Still Spark Literacy Habits - Growing up in a home filled with books enhances enhances... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-05-15      
 - Kid Climate Educators Open Adult Eyes - A study finds that kids, especially daughters, are effective at teaching... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-05-14      
 - Penguin Poop Helps Biodiversity Bloom in Antarctica - Ammonia from penguin poop gets carried on Antarctic winds,... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-05-13      
 - Ancient Whiz Opens Archaeology Window - The residue of ancient urine can reveal the presence of early, stationary... 
   
60-Second Science | 2019-05-08      
 - U.S. Coral Reefs Do $1.8 Billion of Work Per Year - By dampening the energy of waves, coral reefs protect coastal...