Missing DNA in Apes
Watch this video about humans and apes on HowStuffWorks. Researchers have found a new connection between humans and apes that may explain why human brains have grown so much larger. Learn about the missing DNA in apes in this video from ScienCentral.
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Pollution Effects Poor Countries
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GM Crops and Food Safe for Use
GM Crops and Food Safe for Use; Di Ciero Confident in Tests and Research. Brazilian researcher Dr. Luciana Di Ciero describes the process used to test and evaluate genetically modified (GM) foods and crops, and shares her confidence in the safety of biotech products available today.
Genetically Modifed Advantages Inherent in Seed
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Most Outrageous: Largest Home Aquarium
This isn't your grandma's goldfish bowl! It may look like an exhibit at your local aquarium, but it's actually the largest home aquarium. Watch this video from Animal Planet's "Most Outrageous."
Transgenic Corn Helps Spanish Farmer
Transgenic Corn Helps Spanish Farmer; Arazo Cites Better Yield, Less Pesticide. Miguel Arazo explains how transgenic corn has improved his farm operation -- enabling him to eliminate crop loss due to insects such as the corn borer while reducing the use of pesticides.
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A gaggle of geese float down the Colorado River and onto a giant, man-made wave. Are they surfing or just trying to survive (or maybe a little bit of both)? Jorge Ribas gets the answer.