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Recirculating Aquaculture Systems: The Future of Fish Farming?

Recirculating Aquaculture Systems: The Future of Fish Farming?

These systems use a small amount of water without releasing much pollution. Find out how the water is further used in large-scale aquaponics. More...

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CSM
Vertebrate Basics

Vertebrate Basics

Vertebrates — not the most numerous of species, but the most advanced organisms on Earth. More...

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Biology4Kids.com
A Dog’s Nose for Conservation

A Dog’s Nose for Conservation

A dog's nose knows. Professor Dematteo's dog helps her detect scat, you know, poop, of carnivores to help her understand how these predators move across their terrain. More...

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National Geographic
Can Brain Freeze Solve the Mystery of Migraines?

Can Brain Freeze Solve the Mystery of Migraines?

Whatever causes the mind-numbing pain you get while eating ice cream or another cold food may help treat migraines. Find out how. More...

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TIME Magazine
What Is a Blizzard?

What Is a Blizzard?

Cold air, moisture, and warm rising air are the necessary ingredients for a blizzard. Find out how they combine to form dangerous storms. More...

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LiveScience
‘Immortal’ Jellyfish Swarm World’s Oceans

‘Immortal’ Jellyfish Swarm World’s Oceans

Turritopsis is a jellyfish species that can reverse its age — transform from an adult into a baby — in an emergency. Discover more shocking facts about this unique jellyfish. More...

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National Geographic
The Science Behind Frozen: Queen Elsa Is More Powerful than an A-Bomb

The Science Behind Frozen: Queen Elsa Is More Powerful than an A-Bomb

How much ice would it take to cover Arendelle — and what amount of energy would the Snow Queen need to create her permanent winter? A university student calculated both. More...

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OuterPlaces.com
Barnacles

Barnacles

A walk along the seashore at low tide reveals colonies of barnacles stuck to every surface, even to mussels. Barnacles are crustaceans, related to lobsters, crabs, and shrimp More...

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Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
Lunar Eclipse Calendar for 2013, 2014, 2015

Lunar Eclipse Calendar for 2013, 2014, 2015

Partial, penumbral, or total? Check out this calendar of lunar eclipses through the year 2015 — not only when they occur, but where they’ll be visible. More...

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Moongiant
Beating the Heat with Camouflage Makeup

Beating the Heat with Camouflage Makeup

Can wearing makeup keep you cool? Well, if you're in the military, the answer may soon be yes. Chemists are working on a camouflage makeup that reflects heat...even from a bomb blast! More...

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Chemistry World
Bad Vibes: Nails on a Chalkboard

Bad Vibes: Nails on a Chalkboard

Most people don't need to hear the sound of fingernails scraping a blackboard to cringe. What makes this sound so horrible to our ears? Check out the research. More...

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Bad Vibes