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Oct. 16, 2015

Sexual Harassment Allegations, Doggie Dementia, and Cuban Internet

BuzzFeed News science reporter Azeen Ghorayshi talks about the sexual harassment accusations against astronomer Geoff Marcy, as well as other selected short subjects in science.

Can Science Help Build Happier Cities?

Cognitive neuroscientist Colin Ellard studies how our streetscapes shape our bodies, brains, and behavior.

The Hunt for Dark Matter

In this week’s Video Pick, scientists hunt for dark matter deep below the Earth’s surface.

Forecasting the Flu

Researchers seek to track the flu using nasal swabs and search engine queries.

Do or DIY This Halloween

Green fire, magic mirrors, fiber optic fairy wings—just a few of the ways to geek out this Halloween with do-it-yourself projects.

Can You Hear Me Now? Why Mobile Audio Still Lags

Will services like HD voice—which doubles the sample rate for voice calls—clear up our mobile audio quality issues?

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4850 Feet Below: The Hunt for Dark Matter

Deep in an abandoned gold mine in rural South Dakota, a team of physicists hunt for rare and elusive quarry: dark matter.

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