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A new antibiotic has been discovered with the help of AI and is named after HAL from 2001.
The Indian Space Research Organization has been having a banner few weeks!
From the archive, a reminder that nature is good for your noggin! I was reminded of this episode when I saw this article from the Harvard Medicine magazine which has e...
An update to a story from the archive- LEGO braille bricks are getting a wider release for families all over. Check out https://legobraillebricks.com/ for more info an...
From the archive, good news about conservation and human interactions. Some updates: the Liberty Canyon Wildlife Crossing is open and in use! The Bison Bridge between ...
An update to a story from about two years ago- xenotransplantation just keeps getting better!
A new entry in the Wiki Women series. Today, a scientist from the 1800s who is just now getting some long overdue recognition.
A listener suggestion that hits all the TGNP angles: dogs, bees, conservation- it's got it all!
Taiwan is making it easier for young people to access period products and making sure everyone is educated on menstruation.
Four dams in the Pacific Northwest are being removed and it will have a HUGE impact on the river and the local ecosystem.
An update to a beaver story from two years ago- California is getting more beaver friendly!
An update to a Barbie story, because Barbie is EVERYWHERE (and getting greener!)
A 50-year-old drug moves from behind the counter to over the counter- and it's a big deal!
An update to a story from a year ago- more and more cultural artifacts are headed back home.
Three books have made it back to their library homes- and (of course) the librarians were very kind about it!
Wisconsin's governor made a simple budget edit and enabled extra funding for a LONG time.