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Scientists say Ebola is now curable in major treatment breakthrough

Pacific Radio

A clinical trial has shown that two new drugs — mAb114 and REGN-EB3 — improve Ebola patients' survival rates by a significant rate, scientists

8/13/2019

Year in review (Episode 10)

NOAA

In this special New Years episode, we take a look back at some of the major NOS accomplishments of 2008. .

12/31/2008

Lichen Point to Pollution

KQED

Air pollution may seem like an urban problem, but it’s becoming an increasing concern in California’s national parks. Pollution from cars and

11/1/2010

Using DNA to Stop Dog Fighting

KQED

Researchers at UC Davis are collecting DNA from dogs seized in police raids on dogfighting operations. The goal is to create a database to help

7/19/2010

Rising Seas

KQED

At the United Nations Climate Conference in Bali this week more than 2-hundred leading scientists issued a warning. They say that if immediate

12/7/2007

The Return of the Canal

KQED

Is California's most controversial water proposal making a comeback? QUEST reports on the fervent politics behind the Peripheral Canal - a $5

10/26/2007

One Fish Two Fish: The Science of Protecting Sea Life

KQED

This fall, fishing was banned or sharply limited in 18 percent of California's ocean waters from Half Moon Bay to Santa Barbara under a landmark

10/19/2007

What s for Lunch

KQED

We've all heard the latest health advice: avoid transfats. Eat more fruits and vegetables. But for many school children, their cafeteria lunch

10/5/2007

Greening Man

KQED

Burning Man is going green. QUEST heads out to the Nevada desert to see how clean tech CEOs are tapping into this counter-culture art festival.

9/7/2007

Sharks of the San Francisco Bay

KQED

Great white sharks outside the Golden Gate Bridge may get all the attention, but a new tagging program seeks to unlock the secrets of the

8/31/2007

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Drone buzzes above vineyard helping Luxembourg winegrower

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Decoding the Brain to Help Patients With Mental Illness

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Scientists report two advances in understanding the role of ‘charge

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Toothless Druid Woman s Face Comes Alive in Wax Wrinkles and All