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Viewing H.M.'s Brain

Neuroscientist Jacopo Annese prepares H.M.’s brain for further study.

1:05

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Cooking with Chemicals

Chefs are turning to the chemical cabinet to create new dishes.

0:27

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Criminal Minds: Born or Made?

Scientists are using neuroimaging and genetic testing to uncover biological aggression.

15:40

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New Photos of Einstein’s Brain

Recently released brain images could provide new clues as to what made Einstein so smart.

3:49

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Augmented Reality and Touch

The science of Haptics allows us to “touch” objects in a virtual world.

4:29

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Slime Mold Smarts

Slime molds may be brainless, but they aren’t stupid.

2:01

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The Waggle Dance

Watch David Pogue shake his moneymaker like a honeybee.

3:25

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1918 Flu

A virus that killed up to 50 million people is revived to decipher its deadliness

12:33

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Profile: Nathan Myhrvold

Nathan Myhrvold wants to use cutting-edge science to revolutionize the way we cook.

9:46

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Cook's Illustrated Burgers

Learn how to make tender burgers at home, the scientific way.

2:59

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Cook's Illustrated Sauces

The secret to the perfect vinaigrette is in the emulsifier.

3:05

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Cook's Illustrated Sugar

Because of its chemistry, sugar does a whole lot more than add sweetness.

2:49

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Unravelling Bolero

An unusual brain disorder links two extraordinary works of art.

4:28

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Artificial Life

Are scientists on the verge of making living things from little more than dust?

14:50

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Hurricanes

Predicting a hurricane's intensity is difficult, but new tools may make it easier.

11:55

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Personal DNA Testing

Genetic testing for risk of future illness is now open to anyone. But is it a good idea?

12:35

NOVA scienceNOW

Profile: Cynthia Breazeal

A daring engineer designs robots to communicate and interact the way people do.

12:35

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David Pogue's Brain Scan

An anthropologist discovers something completely unexpected in David Pogue's brain scan.

2:02

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Hippocampus Humor

What did Professor Hippocampus say at his retirement party?

1:16

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Five Reasons to Eat Insects

Save room for bugs! They're the future of green cuisine.

2:09

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Detecting Earthquakes

Can we predict earthquakes? NOVA scienceNOW visits Haiti in search of answers.

10:39

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Profile: Jay Keasling

A synthetic biologist raised on a Nebraska farm is on a quest for clean-burning biofuels.

11:45

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