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    Narrated: Moving RNA

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    Replicating Whale Fossils

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    Advances in Brain-Machine Engineering

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    Tools for Regaining Speech

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    The Skin We're In

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    Narrated: Moving RNA Leaves Nucleus

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    Narrated: Genes Turning On

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    Narrated: RNA Being Made by a Gene

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    Narrated: Membrane Ruffling and Intracellular Vacuoles

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    Narrated: Chromosomes and Kinetochores in a Dividing Cell

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    Narrated: Filopodia Waving on the Surface of a HeLa Cell

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    Narrated: Rapid Morphological Changes in a Slime Mold Ameboid

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    Navigating the Dynamic Cell

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    Starting Off on the Wrong Foot

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    Perchlorate on Mars

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    2012 DoSER Annual Holiday Lecture

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    New Image Compressor Beats JPEG

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    Science & Technology Policy Fellows: Transforming Global Science

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    Polymers Powered by Water

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    Cracked Skin and Crocodile Scales

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    Impact of Sequestration to Federal R&D

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    Watching Cancer Spread Through Abdominal Window

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    Unclogging the Pharmaceutical Pipeline

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    How Cucumber Tendrils Hoist Their Payload Sunward

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    Flexible Robot Can Change Colors

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    2012 Science in the Summer

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    A Difficult Path to Understanding

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    How Poverty Shapes the Brain

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    Losing the Night Sky

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    A New Age for Mysterious Martian Deposits

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    Science of Our Senses

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    Malaria: blood, sweat, and tears

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    A Q&A with White House Science Advisor John Holdren

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    Baboons Can Learn to Spot Printed Words

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    AM13 EXHIBITORS

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    AAAS 2013 Annual Meeing in Boston

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    Rhesus Monkey Brainstem

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    Owl Monkey Brain

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    A New Look at How Our Brains Are Organized

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    Fun at Family Science Days

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    Sick Seas, Marine Life and Human Health

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    Singing With Two Voices

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    Acid-Washed Genes in Ocean Ecosystems

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    Ocean Organisms Under Pressure

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    Preserving Endangered Languages Using Digital Resources

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    Wyland - Beneath the Surface: Rediscovering a World Worth Conserving

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    Can Science Explain Everything?

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    The Brain on Trial

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    Honor Among Rats

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    Spatial Maps of the Human Genome Win Grand Prize

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    For a Super Coating, Start with Soot

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    A Dialogue on American Anthrax

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    New Metal Lattices Are Mostly Air

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    How Do Humans Learn to Walk?

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    Beneath the Surface: Rediscovering a World Worth Conserving - Courtney Mattison

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    Beneath the Surface: Rediscovering a World Worth Conserving - Karen Hackenberg

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    Get to know AAAS

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    Beneath the Surface: Rediscovering a World Worth Conserving - Rachel Simmons

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    Plain-Tailed Wrens' Songs

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    Bird Brains Primed for Cooperation

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    Evidence From a Pre-Clovis Mastodon Hunt

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    Steroid Drugs Pose Brain Risk for Premature Babies

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    Twitter as a Mood Ring for the World

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    Bioprinting demonstration

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    Tail Feathers Make Sweet Love Songs

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    Gene Therapy Shows Promise for Immune Disorder

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    Science in the Summer

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    Hear My Nectar: Dish-Shaped Leaves Attract Pollinating Bats

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    Neurotechnology and the Military

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    Trace Metals in Fossils Record Pigmentation

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    Anil Dash Interview

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    How Mussels Got Their Moves

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    New Childhood TB Vaccine Is Better Off Alone

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    Play Again: What Happens When Kids Lose A Healthy Connection to Nature?

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    GBps Proteins Kill Bacteria With Antimicrobial Sacs

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    Gregory B. Jaczko

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    Anthony S. Fauci

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    Patrick Clemins - Director, R&D Budget and Policy Program, AAAS

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    John P. Holdren - Q&A

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    Ocean Eddies' Roots Churn up the Deep Sea

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    Why Attend the AAAS Annual Meeting?

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    Some Dinosaurs Loved the Nightlife

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    Eyes on Nigeria

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    Science Comedian - Brian Malow

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    Family Science Days 2011

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    The Science of Eating

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    Interview with Dr. Terry Hazen

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    Interview with Dr. Sara Seager

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    John P. Holdren

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    Professor Villy Christensen

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    Interview with Amy Weinberg, Ph.D.

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    Interview with Winifred F. Frick, Ph.D.

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    Mind, Body, Machine

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    2010 Visualization Challenge

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    New Type of Mosquito Raises Malaria Concerns

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    Interview with Dr. John Colbourne

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    Interview with Dr. S. James Gates, Jr.

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    Interview with Dr. Carey Morewedge

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    Historical Lessons Suggest Ways to Retool the Toxic Substances Control Act