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Art, Science Converge In Museum Displays

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SEAPLEX Mission To Visit 'Garbage Patch'

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A commercial fishing boat pulls in its net near Seattle. Strict federal fishing laws have cut back significantly on overfishing in the United States. S.Froebe/iStockphoto.com hide caption

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Imperiled Fisheries Make A Comeback, Study Shows

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Scientists use laser fluorescent technology and squirts of dye to test how this jellyfish moves ocean water. K. Katija & J. Dabiri/California Institute of Technology hide caption

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Researcher Amandine Eriksen arranges the hand bones of a mountain gorilla skeleton. Erin Marie Williams hide caption

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Contaminated Food: A More Watchful Eye Needed

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