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Seeker empowers the curious to understand the science shaping our world.
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NASA is working to find out if astronauts can be allergic to moon dust
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'To me, a vote for science is a vote for our future' — Our host Maren shares what it means to her to vote for science this election
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This 3D printer can create structures the size of a human adult in just a few hours
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This patch uses electronic sensors to understand the functional range of motion
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This is one of the most advanced simulations of our universe to date — and it fit in a box 🤯
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Researchers developed a form of data storage that embeds 3D-printing instructions into an object's DNA
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Researchers may be one step closer to figuring out the mysterious behavior behind the dimming of this star
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Microplastics are floating in our atmosphere, food, and bodies — how close are we to reinventing plastic?
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‘We have the data and we need to act now’ — Listen to why these science communicators, who witness and study the impacts of climate change firsthand, are voting for science this election
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Quantum computers could be a massive technological leap forward, but they’re sensitive to interference — researchers in Finland may have created a solution
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Oxford Nanopore Oct 30
shares insight into her work using MinION in the fight against & discusses strategies for a sustainable future in this video from . Watch in full here: 🦈
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‘I’ve been a host for Seeker for six years … clearly science is something that’s important to me’ — Listen to why our host Julian is voting for science this election
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Scientists are developing a 'naturally fatty' version of foie gras that doesn't employ the force-feeding of geese
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What NASA learned from its closest flyby of the Sun last year
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Advanced CAES lets us harness air’s elastic potential to store energy until it’s ready to be used
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A Falcon 9 rocket will soon take a historic satellite into orbit, bringing back the most accurate climate data to date
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Researchers developed a form of data storage that embeds 3D-printing instructions into an object's DNA
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Researchers may be one step closer to figuring out the mysterious behavior behind the dimming of this star
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This new 3D printer creates near-perfect ceramic pieces in microgravity
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