Swipe Right To Help Save The Northern White Rhino From Extinction

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The Energy Star program started in 1992 to rate the efficiency of computer monitors and now covers dozens of product categories. Paul Sakuma/AP hide caption

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The small, red schisandra berry has a peculiar taste — five tastes, in fact, because it's considered to be at once sweet, sour, salty, bitter and pungent. Courtesy of Josef Brinckmann hide caption

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A mother and calf humpback whale swim in the Exmouth Gulf in Western Australia. Fredrik Christiansen/Functional Ecology hide caption

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Recordings Reveal That Baby Humpback Whales 'Whisper' To Their Mothers

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The larvae of Galleria mellonella, commonly known as a wax worm, is able to biodegrade plastic bags. Wayne Boo/USGS Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab hide caption

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The Lowly Wax Worm May Hold The Key To Biodegrading Plastic

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The inmates in Bellevue are awaiting trial for a variety of offenses, ranging from sleeping on the subway to murder. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Psychiatrist Recalls 'Heartbreak And Hope' On Bellevue's Prison Ward

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Roughly 2 million of the kids covered by the Children's Health Insurance Program have a chronic health condition, such as asthma. LSOphoto/Getty Images/iStockphoto hide caption

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In "The Fish on My Plate," author and fisherman Paul Greenberg sets out to answer the question "what fish should I eat that's good for me and good for the planet?" As part of his quest to investigate the health of the ocean — and his own — Greenberg spent a year eating seafood at breakfast, lunch and dinner. Courtesy of FRONTLINE hide caption

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Astronaut Peggy Whitson Breaks NASA Record For Most Days In Space

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Hacking Lake Erie: Tech Competition Seeks Solutions To Water-Related Problems

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Cassini Spacecraft Heads To Saturn

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Voices From The March For Science

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Reinford Farms has 700 dairy cows. As you can imagine, they produce a lot of ... um... material to be converted into electricity. Dani Fresh for WHYY hide caption

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Henrietta Lacks (Goldsberry) died from cancer at the age of 31, leaving behind four children. Quantrell Colbert/HBO hide caption

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Renée Elise Goldsberry Hopes 'Henrietta Lacks' Movie Will Start Conversations

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Out Of The Lab And Into The Streets, Science Community Marches For Science

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Bill Nye the Science Guy arrives to lead scientists and supporters down Constitution Avenue during the March for Science on Saturday in Washington, D.C. The event is being described as a call to support and safeguard the scientific community. Jessica Kourkounis/Getty Images hide caption

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In A New 'Anti-Science' Era, Bill Nye 'Saves The World' With Same Optimism

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