60-Second Science

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The tweeting habits of big city residents versus tweeters in smaller towns

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US Northeast may be more geologically active than previously thought

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NSF-funded Dennis Kent explains how Jupiter and Venus change Earth's orbit every 405,000 years

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Mounting evidence for another skill the Neanderthals might have shared

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New material that reflects light and emits infrared wavelengths, giving it the power to cool

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Material that reflects light and emits infrared wavelengths, giving it the power to cool

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Furry wet suits? MIT engineering graduate student Alice Nasto discusses research on the air-trapping properties of beaver and otter fur

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The pollination marketplace and how bees decide where to dine