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Goats and Soda

Ebola Researchers Have A Radical Idea: Rush A Vaccine Into The Field

Traditional methods for containing the Ebola outbreak aren't working fast enough. So some scientists want to bypass the typical trial phases and bring new vaccines directly to people at risk.

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Ebola Researchers Have A Radical Idea: Rush A Vaccine Into The Field

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Sing To The Moon Laura Mvula
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Some researchers have begun to question the notion that dolphins are the super-intelligent creatures they've been made out to be. Pavel Golovkin/AP hide caption

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Dolphins: Adorable, Playful, Not As Smart As You Might Think

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Fortune-Tellers, Step Aside: Big Data Looks For Future Entrepreneurs

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caída de la República (The fall of the Republic)
Collard Greens ScHoolboy Q

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'You Have The Right To Remain Silent.' Or Do You?

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Marlon James' previous books include The Book of Night Women and John Crow's Devil. Jeffrey Skemp/Courtesy of Riverhead Books hide caption

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A 'Post-Post-Colonial' Take On The Violent Birth Of Modern Jamaica

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Gustavo Dudamel, conductor of the LA Philharmonic since 2009, composed the score for the new Simón Bolívar biopic The Liberator. Vern Evans/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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The Maestro And The Liberator: Gustavo Dudamel's Cinematic Debut

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Angostura
Poison Pushy Stanton Moore