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Battle over the Amazon: a giant dam generates controversy in Brazil's rainforest. Aug 21, 2012 1283
Game on! Need help sticking to healthy habits? Turn everyday life into a game--and rack up rewards. May 14, 2012 1596
Fuel fight: a look at the pros and cons controversial new drilling technique. Apr 16, 2012 797
Big-hearted snakes: pythons help put the squeeze on heart disease. Mar 26, 2012 1471
The ice man: an intrepid photographer shoots glacier caves around the world. Feb 13, 2012 1711
Cooling Earth: tips from a volcano. Brief article Jan 23, 2012 248
Can art save the sea: when natural reefs are at risk, people come up with strange but often successful replacements. Jan 23, 2012 1141
Life on the line. Brief article Dec 5, 2011 111
Substitute student: a Texas teen sends a high-tech avatar to school in his place. Dec 5, 2011 916
Colorful bugs. Brief article Nov 14, 2011 116
Mississippi on the move: in a battle of humans versus nature, engineers strategize to pull the plug on a flood. Oct 17, 2011 1473
Hope for the devil? The race is on to save a rare animal from a deadly disease. Sep 26, 2011 2157
Stunning species: scientists discover new creatures in surprising places. May 9, 2011 1481
How to cool earth: scientists are brainstorming wild ways to combat rising temperatures. Here are six ideas. Could they really work? Apr 4, 2011 1078
Germ warfare: in a drawn-out battle, scientists do whatever it takes to try to defeat a deadly disease. Mar 18, 2011 1638
Zoomed images. Book review Jan 24, 2011 113
Ancient terror. Brief article Dec 6, 2010 305
Roving rocks. Brief article Dec 6, 2010 117
Swallowed by a sinkhole: panic strikes when the ground opens without warning. Can it happen anywhere? Dec 6, 2010 1454
Singing sensations: learn how to belt out a showstopping tune like the cast of Glee. Nov 8, 2010 982
Animal vision revealed: many animals can see things that are undetectable to the human eye. Sep 27, 2010 947
Leap from space: a skydiver prepares to jump from 23 miles above Earth. If he succeeds, he will shatter world records fur the highest, fastest, and longest free fall. Sep 6, 2010 1121
A dangerous race: two daring teams dash to a frozen finish line. May 8, 2010 1679
Lights, camera action! When kids create their own nature show, wild things can happen. Apr 19, 2010 1626
Art sleuth: an expert uses high-tech tools to try to solve the mystery of a missing masterpiece. Feb 20, 2010 1558
One zany device: teens compete in an off-the-wall contest with their one-of-a-kind contraption. Feb 1, 2010 1072
Name that element! Which element protects birds, and on the periodic helps produce nuclear table chases energy? Follow these shadows away, eight clues to find out. Jan 6, 2010 1081
Name that element! This element once helped keep kids safe on their way to school. It turns mineral into gemstones and cowhide into leather. What is it? Follow these eight clues to find out. Nov 9, 2009 1117
Smashing pumpkins: a fall festival gives new meaning to the phrase "food fight". Oct 26, 2009 956
Secrets of silk: an ancient mystery reaches the end of the road. Oct 26, 2009 1591
Nests that please bees: one teen tries to help little-known insects that could have a high impact on our food supply. Sep 21, 2009 1262
Biting back: experts use creative weapons to battle a countrywide surge in bedbugs. Cover story Sep 7, 2009 1508
In the pink. Brief article May 11, 2009 89
Australia ablaze. Brief article May 11, 2009 117
Farm-fresh perspective: new England kids get back to the roots of their food. Apr 20, 2009 1330
Name that element! Our popular mystery series returns! This element can improve your dart game or reveal the microscopic world. It helps race-car drivers and cancer patients. What is it? Follow these eight clues to find out. Apr 6, 2009 1525
DNA detective: when crime threatens rare animals, a scientist turns sleuth to crack the case. Mar 16, 2009 753
Socket survey. Feb 23, 2009 127
Head over heels. Feb 23, 2009 130
Animal oceanographers: deep-diving creatures help scientists better understand climate change. Feb 23, 2009 1127
Kings of the strings: the violin duo Nuttin' But Stringz breaks the mold to create a sound all their own. Cover story Feb 2, 2009 1428
Long-distance voting. Jan 12, 2009 147
I want that job! Tina Neal has one hot career! She's a volcanologist--a scientist who studies volcanoes. Jan 12, 2009 427
Head count. Brief article Dec 8, 2008 122
Snack attack. Brief article Dec 8, 2008 165
Wild pets: is owning an exotic pet a wild idea or a beastly problem? Nov 10, 2008 1072
Ice-free passage. Brief article Oct 6, 2008 129
High-school heroes: when emergencies erupt, a squad of teen responders is ready. Oct 6, 2008 1072
Breathe easy: one teen's science project helped pass a law to protect people from invisible danger. Sep 15, 2008 1301
Bigmouth bats. Brief article Sep 1, 2008 187
Submerged city: is it only a matter of time before a nightmare storm strikes New York City? Sep 1, 2008 1629
Budding scientists. Brief article May 12, 2008 203
Monkey see monkey do: at a unique college, education is serious monkey business. Mar 31, 2008 944
Name that element! Our popular mystery series returns. Mar 10, 2008 1632
Building the world's biggest wheel: engineers use tricks of the trade to construct an over-the-top ride. Feb 18, 2008 2146
A heart healthy dinner date: want to wow your Valentine? Serve up this nutritious meal from the nation's Best Teen Chef. Feb 4, 2008 1184
Dangerous obsession: for people with eating disorders, a focus on food can be a recipe for disaster. Nov 12, 2007 1663
Hanging out at a bat hospital: when tragedy turns baby bats' worlds upside down, volunteers come to the rescue. Oct 22, 2007 1540
Name that element! Oct 8, 2007 1361
The case of the disappearing bees: scientists investigate the cause of millions of disappearing bees. Sep 3, 2007 1094
Together forever? Twins who ape physically connected to each other face a difficult decision: to separate or remain joined for life. Apr 2, 2007 1823
Name that element! Which element on the periodic table is a nightmare for bugs, helps keep your refrigerator cold, and protects your computer's hard drive? Follow these eight clues to find out. Then turn the page to test your chemistry IQ. Feb 19, 2007 1267
Orangutans in Peril: Asia's only species of great ape faces an uncertain future. Feb 5, 2007 1803
What makes a bully tick? Scientists search for answers. Oct 23, 2006 2515
Bird flu: the facts you need to know. Sep 4, 2006 2039
Bird flu spreads. Brief article May 8, 2006 217
Turning up the heat. Brief article May 8, 2006 187
Phony cloning. Brief article Apr 17, 2006 222
7 steps to a sweet tooth: take the following true or false quiz to see how much you know about the velvety concoction called chocolate. Then, read the answers on the following pages to get the story of how chocolate goes from a bitter bean to a sweet Valentine's Day treat. Feb 6, 2006 1147
Night fright: scientists look past an animal's spooky appearances in a quest to protect it. Oct 24, 2005 1403
Flooded! How one southern city was destined for disaster. Oct 24, 2005 1338
Name that element! This element can be a real gem. It helps scientists see distant planets, and allows hang gliders to lift off. If you treat this element with care, you'll be helping to clean up Earth. What is it? Follow these eight clues to find out. Apr 18, 2005 1246
The incredible bulk: Major League Baseball struggles to beat performance-enhancing drugs. Mar 28, 2005 1204
Rays. Brief Article Feb 7, 2005 268
Venti. Feb 7, 2005 397
Name that element! Jan 24, 2005 1530
Comeback kid. Oct 11, 2004 146
Detecting danger. Brief Article Oct 11, 2004 87
Is summer heating up? Brief Article May 10, 2004 272
Tomorrow's weather: in the movie The Day After Tomorrow, twisters topple buildings, waves wash out cities, and snow blankets streets. Could rapid climate change really happen? Cover Story Apr 5, 2004 1520
Holy cow! What now? Mad cow disease has hit the U.S. How worried should you be? Cover Story Mar 8, 2004 1540
A punch in the gut. Brief Article Dec 8, 2003 134

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