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Todays' Daily Audio Program
February 05, 2016

Todays' Daily Audio Program

Science of Football - Better Helmets
Which is safer - a helmet made out of many thin layers or a solid piece?
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This Month's Feature Story

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This Month's Feature Stories

Did Dinosaurs Have Feathers?

Visit with Paleobiologist Sterling Nesbitt in his lab at Virginia Tech and you get to travel back in time to the Triassic Period....More

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Highlight: Cajun Mardi Gras: Tickling Society

It's 5 a.m., too early in the morning to think about revelry, and yet here are dozens of people gathering at a ranch just outside of Elton, Louisiana. ...More

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Audio Adventures

Audio Adventures

Audio Adventures
Highlight: AUSTRALIAN CLOUD FOREST

Rare birds and frogs, a cool evening breeze, stinging trees, leeches. Its all in a day's work for climate researchers in a cloud forest. Experience a day in the life of a scientist in the Australian highlands with this immersive audio-visual adventure.
 

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