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How Does Moderate Drinking Affect Our Health?
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The National Institutes of Health just shut down a major study of the health effects of moderate alcohol consumption. Now what?

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How Abstract Math Can Analyze Social Injustice
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Abstract math can be a tool to better understand power structures in society, says mathematician Eugenia Cheng, and to examine the injustice between groups.

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The Coyotes Of Chicago
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WBEZs Curious City and wildlife biologist Chris Anchor explore how coyotes living in Chicago make a home in an urban environment.

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After 8 Undersea Days, Cephalopod Week 2018 Draws To A Close
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We wrap our arms around our cephalo-bration of octopus, squid, cuttlefish, nautilus, and other undersea friends.

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Science Friday Presents: Two Wrongs Don't Make A Meteorite
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A scientist goes toe-to-toe with capitalism for a meteorite prize, performed live in the Harris Theater in Chicago.

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A Possible Oasis In A Sea Of Dying Coral
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Pockets of coral in the Pacific and western Atlantic escape, resist, or rebound bleaching events while their neighbors die off.

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The Economics Of Crossing Borders
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New research finds migrants and refugees boost the economies of countries they come to within just two years.

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Eugenia Cheng And Math's Musical Innovations
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Mathematician Eugenia Cheng played us a few pieces on a Steinway grand piano and describes a time when mathematical breakthroughs led to musical innovation.

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Waiting For Opportunity To Call
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The little Mars rover that could is sleeping through a massive dust storm. Will it have enough power to wake up again?

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Water Fountains Everywhere But Fewer Drops To Drink
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The Chicago Park District may shut down nearly half of its water fountains due to lead contamination.

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A New Story For One Of The Planet’s Oldest Creatures
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The history of the dinosaurs is being rewritten by young scientists digging up new discoveries in the golden age of fossil hunting.

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SciFri's Tentacled Spectacle Cephalopod Week Returns
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Like a kraken rising from the depths, Cephalopod Week is back!

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A Possible Dark Side To Gene-Editing Technique CRISPR
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New research indicates that for some cell types, CRISPR could lead to cancer.

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A Hue Of A Different Color
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There’s a whole spectrum of science that explores how light and matter interact to give us the rainbow. Chemists and biologists alike are seeking new ways to make shades we take for granted.

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A Daily Audio Diary Of The Narwhal
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Researchers have collected the sounds of a group of narwhals in order to monitor how the animals are affected by manmade sounds.

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Want To Find A New Species? Start In A Museum
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Brand new species were hiding in plain sight—€”in the vast, but incompletely catalogued collections of natural history museums.

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Dark Matter Eludes Particle Physicists
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Most of the stuff in the universe is invisible dark matter, if our theories are correct. So why is it so hard to find?

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Curiosity Digs Up Clues To The Early Martian Environment
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What do organic molecules on Mars tell us about how the planet works and the possibility of life on the planet?

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Riding The Wave Of Kelp Farming
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The kelp revolution has reached the U.S. and it could change everything (including how cows fart).

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Marine Habitats Are Protected—€”But Are They Effective?
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Ten percent of world oceans are on track to be protected by 2020. But do they need to be?

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