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Science Friday

Electric eels can - and do - attack.
These researchers are tying the tightest molecular knot.
Ride-Sharing Data Will Be Available to All. Will Privacy Be Protected?
Here's how to talk climate change with a denier.
Introducing the sequined spider.
Next on #SciFriLive: Tying the tightest molecular knot.
Today at 2p ET: After Concussion, What Blood Can Reveal About the Brain
Use this real (seriously) tractor beam to talk about sound waves. #STEMed…
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Some things are universal: Adolescent roundworms are an ambivalent, indecisive bunch.
Naturalist and scientific illustrator Maria Sibylla Merian died 300 years ago today. Here are some of her paintings.
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This wheelchair is fit for dancing.
This spider certainly knows how to catch your eye.
Would you wear a spiderweb-based air purifying mask?
Here's how to talk climate change with a denier.
Solar Manufacturers Suffer as Panel Prices Drop
One team developed biodegradable filaments that they treated like yarn.
These students were challenged to design something "biologically-inspired."
How to Talk About Climate Change With a Denier
As Carl Sagan says, ‘Science Is a Way of Thinking’
This ant stinks. No, really.
Talking about values like stewardship could also cut across partisan lines.
Meet the man who froze snowflakes in time.
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