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Dec 13, 2017
As climate change affects the planet's weather patterns, some parts of the world will see the seasons bleed together. Tune in to learn how we define the seasons now, and how some researchers think that should change.
Dec 12, 2017
No, really, it's a serious question. In this episode, learn why -- and how -- researchers have investigated giant land crabs' potential role in the famous pilot's ultimate demise.
Dec 11, 2017
When you add up all the wasted time and gasoline, traffic hotspots cost drivers billions of dollars. Learn how researchers are using technology to measure the problem -- and hopefully make it better.
Dec 8, 2017
A new robotic camera is set to change what we know about outer space by capturing huge images of the night sky. Learn more on BrainStuff.
Dec 7, 2017
What is it about the arrangement of petals on a flower or a perfectly symmetrical display of soup cans that catches our eye? Our brains seem wired for it, but why?
Dec 6, 2017
Salt has kept entire civilizations alive thanks to its abilities to preserve food and protect it from harmful germs. But how?
Dec 5, 2017
We share a lot in common with monkeys, but are they just as superstitious? And could the belief in winning streaks carry an evolutionary advantage?
Dec 4, 2017
When is -- and isn't -- a crime considered terrorism? The legal, political and moral definitions are often at odds. We explore why on BrainStuff.
Dec 1, 2017
If the sound of leaf blowers makes you angry, you're not alone -- and there's science behind why.
Nov 30, 2017
The Batman Effect, as researchers have dubbed it, allows kids to separate themselves from temptation and stay on task. Learn more on BrainStuff.
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