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    Blissed Out On Earth’s Blingy Core
    06:48
  • 2.
    Up To Date | Don’t Eat Clay, Do Eat Dark Chocolate
    19:07
  • 3.
    SciFri Book Club: ‘A Brief History Of Time’ Begins Now
    04:49
  • 4.
    Algal Blooms Take Hold in Florida’s Largest Lake
    05:30
  • 5.
    Tracking Tweets To Forecast Smoky Skies
    09:14
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    How Cities Manipulate Wildlife
    30:22
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    Pioneering Western Water Management Strategies
    23:12
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    After New Jersey Floods, Rebuild Or Retreat?
    03:55
  • 9.
    Can We Outbuild Future Coastal Flooding?
    24:49
  • 10.
    A Better Method For Stopping Ebola And Yellow Fever
    12:06
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    In Physics, Beautiful May Not Be Better
    22:11
  • 12.
    How Is The Microbiome Keeping Peace? Ask The Immune System
    17:16
  • 13.
    Hurricane Lane Aims For The Hawaiian Islands
    07:18
  • 14.
    The Best Studied Volcano On The Planet
    07:43
  • 15.
    Marine Habitats Are Protected—€”But Are They Effective?
    04:51
  • 16.
    Science Friday Presents: Two Wrongs Don't Make A Meteorite
    17:39
  • 17.
    Are Probiotics Good For You? Not Always
    16:56
  • 18.
    The Scientific Strategy Of Soccer Dives
    07:07
  • 19.
    After A Long Wait, More Telescope Delays
    07:34
  • 20.
    One Force Driving Deadlier Wildfires? People
    22:32
  • 21.
    Episode 226 - Kevin Hainline
    01:24:15
  • 22.
    SciFri Archive: Marking 40 Years Since Apollo 11
    48:07
  • 23.
    Looking Ahead To Hurricane Season
    12:01
  • 24.
    The Coyotes Of Chicago
    12:29
  • 25.
    The Internet Asks “Does It Fart?” And Science Answers
    25:08
  • 26.
    Is There A Cell Phone Link To Cancer? A Definite Maybe
    07:56
  • 27.
    Bringing The Electronic Health Record Into the Modern Age
    04:56
  • 28.
    Revisiting Flint: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope
    32:45
  • 29.
    Ask a Sleep Doctor: The Questions That Keep You Up At Night
    34:26
  • 30.
    Joanne Freeman and the history of polarisation in the USA
    46:58
  • 31.
    After 8 Undersea Days, Cephalopod Week 2018 Draws To A Close
    15:49
  • 32.
    482 - Body Builders
    01:00:00
  • 33.
    103 M. R. O'Connor - Resurrection Science and the Precarious Future of Wild Things
    58:43
  • 34.
    Revealing The Ruins Below
    04:26
  • 35.
    A Hue Of A Different Color
    24:42
  • 36.
    A Trip To An Asteroid...And Back
    10:11
  • 37.
    The Mysteries of Memory, A New Blue Dot, And A Robotic Fly
    07:29
  • 38.
    How Seafaring Scientists Are Mapping The Deep
    34:29
  • 39.
    Episode 217 - Eugenia Bone
    01:15:00
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    490 - Breaking Down Chemical Weapons
    01:00:00
  • 41.
    How Facebook Makes It Easy For Scam Artists To Do Their Work
    07:25
  • 42.
    Change The Laws Of Physics? Probably Not
    06:43
  • 43.
    Up To Date | Snail Memory Transplants, Eyes In The Back Of Your Head, and Treating Epilepsy with CBD
    16:00
  • 44.
    Pass It On: Sheep and Moose Teach Knowledge Of Migration Routes
    12:13
  • 45.
    Student Scientists Tackle Real World Questions
    17:26
  • 46.
    Climate Science Goes to Court In California Oil Case
    05:00
  • 47.
    Episode 219 - Adam Frank
    01:15:05
  • 48.
    ‘Nothing to worry about. The water is fine’: how Flint poisoned its people
    35:43
  • 49.
    How TripAdvisor changed travel
    39:54
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    A Dung Detective Hunts For Rare Microbes
    11:48
  • 51.
    Your Necrobiome Lives On After You Die
    16:49

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