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Animals in utero: An inside view December 8, 2006 A National Geographic special will explore the rarely seen wombs of dogs, elephants and dolphins. Photos: Inside the womb
Video: A show preview
How to land a spacecraft on an asteroid July 30, 2007 Digital simulations show how NASA might land spacecraft, people on an asteroid, possibly paving the way for trips to deep space.Images: Vision for an asteroid mission
NASA searches for a better heat shield May 19, 2006 Researchers are looking for materials to protect astronauts from temperatures that can be three times hotter than the sun. Photos: NASA feels the heat
Killing bugs with nature April 11, 2006 special report Scientists make big business out of organic pesticides as an alternative to chemicals.
'Dodos' film pecks holes in evolution debate February 17, 2006 Documentary filmmaker issues a wakeup call to scientists--and stirs up a shouting match--in the battle over intelligent design. Images: Which side loses out?
Glaciers in Antarctica in retreat April 26, 2005 Researchers find that 87 percent of 244 glaciers have retreated during the past half century. Giant iceberg strikes Antarctica
From math teacher to Turing winner February 26, 2007 Veteran computer scientist Frances Allen looks back on Ptran, "primitive" computing and what it was like making her way in a man's world.
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