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Moms Better Recyclers Than College Kids

60-Second Science - January 14, 2008 01:16

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Naps Improve Memory of New Tasks

60-Second Science - January 11, 2008 01:14

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Founder Mutations Stay In The Family

60-Second Science - January 10, 2008 01:13

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Invading Ants Go On Diet

60-Second Science - January 9, 2008 01:16

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Kids and Adults Share Nightmares

60-Second Science - January 8, 2008 01:13

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Tinnitus Sufferers Should Tune Out

60-Second Science - January 7, 2008 01:14

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Docs Make Fake Pills Real Meds

60-Second Science - January 4, 2008 01:13

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Science Societies Urge Education

60-Second Science - January 3, 2008 01:16

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Cat Fleas Abhor a Vacuum

60-Second Science - January 2, 2008 01:19

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Another Ellipse Around the Sun

60-Second Science - January 1, 2008 01:17

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Debunking Medical Myths

60-Second Science - December 31, 2007 01:13

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Brain Proteins Seal Marine Mammal Feats

60-Second Science - December 28, 2007 01:14

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Immune System Keeps Your Brain Tidy Too

60-Second Science - December 26, 2007 01:15

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Physics of Traffic Jams

60-Second Science - December 24, 2007 01:14

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Science's Breakthrough of the Year

60-Second Science - December 21, 2007 00:00

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