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Plants Can Mine For Metal

On today’s episode: What if we could make fuel out of lunar soil and sunlight? You can’t wear sunscreen to the beach anymore, because coral reefs don’t like it. Plants are being used to mine metal. All that and more today on All Around Science. LINKS: [ARTICLE] Lunar...

Time Is Now More Accurate

On today’s episode: Egyptologists are working on ancient smellscapes! A small, portable desalination unit can generate fresh water in remote places. Scientists are redefining the second and it’s going to make Google Maps way more accurate. All that and more today...

How Does Science Progress?

On today’s episode: Chatting with your toddler about puppies might improve their well-being as adolescents. Flowers that lure insects to their death with the promise of sex. And are scientists explorers? Or puzzle-solvers? All that and more today on All Around...

The Human Genome Is Complete

On today’s episode: Pew pew sounds from lasers on Mars! Magnetic turds! And, wait… we finished sequencing the human genome? Didn’t we do this 20 years ago? All that and more today on All Around Science. LINKS: [ARTICLE] Perseverance records the first ever sounds...