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Science Friday’s Xochitl Garcia rounded up the coolest books for young scientists ages 0 to 11.
Ken Laws was in his 40s when he decided to shift his center of gravity.
The neuroscientist Sophie Scott says modern science is missing a big part of human experience by ignoring laughter.
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The annual Dance Your PhD contest challenges doctoral candidates to take their research from the lab bench to the barre.
Aparna Nancherla shares a high school secret she’s kept — until now.
The actor is on a mission to help scientists make their research more relatable to the public. In his new book, he shares some tips for us all.
Nobel Prize-winning chemist Sir J. Fraser Stoddart says the US is still leading in research and attracting talent — but the trends are in China’s favor.
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