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Robots Can Have Skin Now | SciShow News
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Robots Can Have Skin Now | SciShow News

[ ♪INTRO ] Robot designs have come a long way. But there’s one thing we haven’t been able to give our mechanical creations: skin. I mean, obviously we’ve been able to coat robots in plastics that look like skin —

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Our Oceans Aren’t Doomed… Yet? | SciShow News
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Our Oceans Aren’t Doomed… Yet? | SciShow News

[♪ INTRO] Last week, the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a Special Report on the Ocean and Cryosphere in a Changing Climate and, surprise! Things don’t look great. But it’s not all doom and gloom. The report

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We Can Cure Ebola! (Mostly—Which Is Better Than Rarely) | SciShow News
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We Can Cure Ebola! (Mostly—Which Is Better Than Rarely) | SciShow News

[♩INTRO] More than eighteen hundred people have died so far in the second largest Ebola outbreak in history. But doctors on the front lines now have a new weapon. Two of them, actually, because a clinical trial in the Democratic

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PSU Broadcasting: By Students, For Students
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PSU Broadcasting: By Students, For Students

KPSU is dedicated to amplifying the voice and experience of students at Portland State Univesity through radio broadcasting of free format programming. We strive to engage the greater Portland area, present the arts and culture of our city be a

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An Election Broadcast by The Telegreen
The Unexpected Connection Between Estrogen and Autism | SciShow News
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The Unexpected Connection Between Estrogen and Autism | SciShow News

[intro] Scientists have been studying autism spectrum disorder for the better part of a century, and yet, there’s one thing they can’t seem to figure out: why the brains of people with autism develop differently. But because it’s more common

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Why We Like Bad News
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Why We Like Bad News

[♪ INTRO] If you read the headlines today, you probably come away feeling like the world is a scary, dangerous, hopeless place. But in reality, many things are better now than ever. Worldwide homicide rates have largely been dropping for

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Scientists Pull RNA from a 14,000 Year-Old Wolf | SciShow News
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Scientists Pull RNA from a 14,000 Year-Old Wolf | SciShow News

[intro] In a new study published this week in the journal PLOS Biology, molecular biologists describe something unbelievable: the sequence of the oldest RNA discovered to date. This RNA is estimated to be a little over fourteen thousand years old.

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