Teacher Feature: Ethnobotanist Tom Carlson

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Bad Diagnosis For New Psychiatry 'Bible'

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The SciFri Book Club Takes a Hike

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'Crazy Ants' Spreading In The Southeastern US

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Reinventing Farming For A Changing Climate

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Studies Question Potential Alzheimer's Treatment

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Tracking Killer Tornadoes

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Tackling New Tech In The Golden Years

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Having a Dog May Mean Having Extra Microbes

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Daniel Kahneman says, "we tend to confuse memories with the real experience that gave rise to those memories." James Duncan Davidson/TED / James Duncan Davidson hide caption

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How Do Experiences Become Memories?

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Forensic psychologist Scott Fraser says, "all of our memories, put simply, are reconstructed memories." TEDxUSC hide caption

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Can Eyewitnesses Create Memories?

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This model of a molar shows color-coded barium banding patterns that reveal weaning age. Ian Harrowell, Christine Austin, Manish Arora/Harvard School of Public Health hide caption

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Scientific Tooth Fairies Investigate Neanderthal Breast-Feeding

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