Many factors contribute to species extinction. Let’s explore three factors caused in part by human activities.

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How does your brain encode, store and retrieve memories? And where do all those memories live until you need them?

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Many doctors prescribe antibiotics to cure infections. But should they be prescribing viruses instead?

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Think about all the things that need to be built and maintained in order to create a safe community: roadways and bridges, houses and clinics and schools, drinking water systems, energy transportation.

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February 6th, 2018 is the launch date for Falcon Heavy, the most powerful U.S. rocket since the early 1970s!

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Humans use the internet to communicate. Similarly, trees use a complex underground network of fungi.

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I am responsible for developing, updating, and maintaining public programs linked to astronomy and space sciences, including the Planetarium programs, as well as to temporary exhibitions

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I am a graduate researcher. In my specialty, I try to make carbon-carbon bonds in new and effective ways that nature cannot do. Each day, I test out new ideas through chemical reactions.

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I work with scientists and policy people to develop good ways for the government to use science to make decisions for our society. I also work to promote science to the public, so I collaborate with science and research organizations and the media to help people understand the importance of science.

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Most cells in your body have specific functions. Others can become different cell types. This second category of cells might hold important clues for cancer researchers.

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