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Nuclear Weapons Site Alarms Shut Off, Scientists Inhale Uranium
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Nuclear Weapons Site Alarms Shut Off, Scientists Inhale Uranium

Most scientists were not told of risks for months after 2014 incident; investigation shows more mishaps at Nevada and New Mexico nuclear sites

15 hours ago — Patrick Malone, Peter Cary, R. Jeffrey Smith and The Center for Public Integrity

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Becoming Cyborg

7 hours ago — Cécile Borkhataria, Christine Low and Katya Berger

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Chimps Engage in Costly Quid pro Quo

Chimpanzees have been known to cooperate when there is no foreseeable personal cost. Watch and learn whether chimps are capable of riskier, more complex forms of collaboration.

June 21, 2017

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Better Memory Begets Boredom

60-Second Science - June 23, 2017 - By Karen Hopkin02:27

DNA Points to Multiple Migrations into the Americas

60-Second Science - June 22, 2017 - By Emily Schwing02:08

Keep Rolling Luggage Upright with Physics

60-Second Science - June 21, 2017 - By Christopher Intagliata02:02

Wolves Need More Room to Roam

60-Second Science - June 20, 2017 - By Emily Schwing01:46

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