Joe Palca Joe Palca is a science correspondent for NPR.
Joe Palca, photographed for NPR, 17 January 2019, in Washington DC.
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In a Strategic Reversal, Dutch Embrace Floods

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Crucial California Delta Faces a Salty Future

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Stem Cell Debate Still Thorny Despite Progress

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Scientists Produce Embryonic Stem Cells from Skin

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Scientists Create Embryonic Stem Cells from Skin

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Vibrations Shown to Build Bone, Reduce Fat

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