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Susanne Bard

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Recent Pieces from Susanne Bard

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Age Defying Bats (01:00)
From: Science Update

Age-defying bats are providing clues into the prevention of diseases of old age.
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Neanderthal Art (01:00)
From: Science Update

Sophisticated cave art in Spain may be the work of Neanderthals.
Caption: Purple sea urchins grow to fit perfectly inside cavities that they create themselves. , Credit: Mike Russell (CC BY)

Sea Urchin Hideaways (01:00)
From: Science Update

Sea urchins carve out their own homes in the rock with their teeth.
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SuperAgers (01:00)
From: Science Update

Researchers are learning about aging from people over 80 who haven’t experienced cognitive decline.
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Pigeon Bioindicators (01:00)
From: Science Update

Pigeons serve as indicators of lead levels in city neighborhoods.
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Shark Skin Innovations (01:00)
From: Science Update

Structures in shark skin could inspire improved aerodynamics in drones and wind turbines.
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3D Mantis Vision (01:00)
From: Science Update

Praying mantises have a unique 3D visual system.
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Found Spacecraft (01:00)
From: Science Update

An amateur radio operator tracks down a lost spacecraft.
Caption: Neuroscientists at the University of Alberta are measuring auditory P3 during outdoor cycling using an active wet EEG system., Credit: John Ulan

Outdoor Brain Activity (01:00)
From: Science Update

What can taking research outdoors tell us about the brain?
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Coral Reef Plastic (01:00)
From: Science Update

Plastic garbage triggers disease in coral reefs.