When wildlife ecologist Danielle Garneau finds roadkill, she uploads data about it onto her smartphone. Sarah Harris/NCPR hide caption

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The Sight Of Roadkill Makes A Pretty, Data-Rich Picture

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Grand Canyon's Age Still Not Set In Stone

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SciFri Book Club Has 'The Right Stuff'

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Glacier Photographer James Balog on 'Chasing Ice'

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Perhaps Another Reason To Spike That Eggnog?

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What Obamacare Means For Patients--And Their Docs

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An iceberg that likely calved from Jakobshavn Isbrae, the fastest glacier in western Greenland. Ian Joughin/Science/AAAS hide caption

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Greenland, Antarctic Ice Is Melting Faster

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Can You Tell Emotion From Faces Alone? A new study suggests that when people evaluated just facial expressions — without cues from the rest of the body — they couldn't tell if the face was showing a positive or negative emotion. Enlarge this photo to see the answers. Hillel Aviezer/The Hebrew University of Jerusalem hide caption

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Victory Or Defeat? Emotions Aren't All In The Face

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The taste of Mock's tomatoes starts with the seed. He uses only organic varieties, including cherry and several heirloom varieties. Allison Aubrey/NPR hide caption

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Tastier Winter Tomatoes, Thanks To A Boom In Greenhouse Growing

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Lower Water Levels Dry Up Business On Great Lakes

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Water Levels Dangerously Low On Mississippi River

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Which Came First: The Galaxy Or The Black Hole?

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Researchers say they have identified traces of ice in craters on Mercury, seen here in this Oct. 8, 2008, image from the Messenger spacecraft. NASA hide caption

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Space Probe Finds Ice In Mercury's Craters

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