May 24, 2004
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play video  Roses are Blue04.30.04
Scientists are working on creating a blue rose—and making other discoveries in the process.

play video  Mosquitoes and Sweat04.27.04
Scientists are zeroing in on what makes mosquitoes so good at zeroing in on humans to bite.

play video  Eating for Two04.21.04
You’re not only what you eat, you may also be what your mother ate while pregnant. A new study raises questions about how nutrition in the womb may affect our health later on.

play video  Bird Brain Gene04.20.04
Human speech and bird song may have more in common than we know, and the research could lead to new progress for people with genetic speech disorders.

play video  Brittle Bones04.13.04
A crippling disease caused by a defective gene is the latest to be fought on the genetic level.

play video  Drinking Gene04.09.04
Alcoholics may one day get help from drugs that turn off a switch that triggers drunkenness.

play video  Trojan Gene04.01.04
Scientists call it the "Trojan Gene effect," and it shows how genetically improving farmed fish could end up wiping out large numbers of their wild relatives.

play video  Old Age and Cancer03.30.04
Growing older might be inevitable, but why does it bring a huge increase in cancer risk? Genetics researchers studying yeast have found evidence of a switch that triggers cancer with aging.

play video  Anti-Aging Gene03.26.04
Most of us think aging is inevitable, but one scientist has committed her career to proving us wrong.

play video  Allergies and Genes03.25.04
Runny nose, watery eyes, sneezing at the site of pollen—many of us suffer from allergies, but our environment may not be the only ingredient in this recipe for misery.

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