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Napa Wineries Face Global Warming
How will the wines we drink change as the climate warms?
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Why I Do Science: Kandis Elliot
Botanical artist Kandis Elliot creates striking, intricate images of the natural world.
Soup Without Sharks
Chinese restaurants adapt their menus to comply with California’s ban on shark fin sales.
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A Sea Without Stars
Investigate a mysterious infection that’s killing millions of West Coast starfish.
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Condors vs. Lead Bullets
A new bill may help the California condor by banning lead bullets in California.
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Searching for Life on Mars
The NASA Curiosity rover is the most sophisticated rover ever deployed on Mars.
Secrets of the Spider Web
Explore the mysteries of spider silk, which is inspiring advances in medical technology.
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A $7.5 Billion Water Bond Before Voters
This November, Californians will vote on Prop 1, a $7.5 billion water bond measure.
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Millie Hughes-Fulford: Scientist in Space
Meet Millie Hughes-Fulford, the first U.S. woman to space-travel as a working scientist.
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Searching for Other Earths
Do other planets like Earth exist, or are we alone in the Universe?
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The Sweet Science of Chocolate
Discover the surprising health benefits of eating dark chocolate, and see how it’s made.
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Catching Up on Sleep Science
Landmark research shows that sleep cleans toxic gunk from our brains, and enables memory.
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Diving Into the Twilight Zone
Dive into the ocean’s twilight zone, where hundreds of never-before-seen creatures dwell.
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On GMO Labeling, Oregon and Colorado Learn from CA Defeat
As Oregon and Colorado vote on GMO labeling, advocates learn from California’s mistakes.
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Darfur Stoves Project
Learn how a fuel-efficient stove is helping protect Sudanese women from violent attacks.
Watch a biologist extract silk from a live spider.
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Raising Sea Snails for Cancer Vaccines
A marine mollusk with a coveted blood protein is shaping the way researchers treat cancer
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Cleveland’s Urban Vineyard and Biocellar
One man’s efforts to transform a neighborhood through innovative urban agriculture.
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SkyTEM Aquifer Mapping
Is it a bird, is it a plane? Nope. It's SkyTEM, a flying high-tech rig that maps aquifers.
Foraging For A Better Beer
Watch as a Durham, NC brewery makes persimmon beer from foraging to fermentation.
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Picturing a Future Wrought with Climate Change
Stories set in the future are part of a climate change engagement effort.
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Take a ride with Truck Farm Omaha, an organization that turns pick up trucks into gardens.
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What is an heirloom tomato, anyway?
Learn what your food labels mean.