Science: NPR


Here are today’s top science and technology stories from National Public Radio (NPR).

Views expressed in this post are those of the reporters and correspondents.

Content supplied by National Public Radio (NPR).

Accessed on 11 June 2020, 1455 UTC,


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How Tear Gas Affects The Body

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People Are Volunteering To Be Exposed To The Coronavirus...For Science

Koen Van Weel/ANP/AFP via Getty Images

Playing Favorites: When Kindness Toward Some Means Callousness Toward Others

Shankar Vedantam/NPR

Science Is For Everyone — Until It's Not

William J. Adams/Riverhead Books

Science Is For Everyone — Until It’s Not

Encore episode. Brandon Taylor’s story has a happy ending. Today he’s a successful writer whose debut novel ‘Real Life’ received glowing reviews earlier this year. But his success only underscores what science lost when Brandon walked away from a graduate biochemistry program in 2016. He tells host Maddie Sofia why he left, and what he misses.

#BlackBirdersWeek Seeks To Make The Great Outdoors Open To All

Chelsea Connor



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