Kate Ascher

How The World's Tallest Skyscrapers Work

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How An Elegant Moth Stays Aloft

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Peering Into The Brain, But At What?

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Chef Jose Andres at his avant garde Minibar restaurant in Washington. Andres' experiments with gelatins have helped make him one of the most innovative chefs in the country.

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