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- Amy Shira Teitel - John Glenn: The Man Behind the Hero


- Rob Dunn - By looking carefully, Japanese scientist discovers the secrets of termite balls and Five Kinds of Fungus Discovered to Be Capable of Farming Animals!


- Maria Konnikova - Hamlet and the Power of Beliefs to Shape Reality


- Darren Naish - Identify the Baja California mystery whale carcass!


- S.E. Gould - Holding elements together: Ionic bonds


- David Bressan - How Volcanoes became a Symbol for Revolution


- Scicurious - Using BDNF to predict antidepressant response


- Jason G. Goldman - Desert Ants Are Better Than Most High School Students At Trigonometry and Sunday Photoblogging: Science and Art in Beverly Hills


- Katherine Harmon - Polarized Display Sheds Light on Octopus and Cuttlefish Vision–and Camouflage


- Alex Wild - Stock Photography Caters to Stereotypes


- Carin Bondar - This Week’s Monday Music Video: Gettin’ Triggy Wit It


- Kalliopi Monoyios - Conservation Conversation in Clay


- John Horgan - Let’s Begin Talking about How to End Wars


- Mark Fischetti - Fracking Could Work If Industry Would Come Clean


- Katherine Harmon - Hepatitis C Now Killing More Americans than HIV



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