Rod Serling Video Festival 2014
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Swedish Scientists Sneak Dylan Lyrics Into Published Papers
It began 17 years ago when two of the scientists wrote an article about intestinal gas. They named it: "Nitric Oxide and Inflammation. The answer is "Blowing in the Wind."
Inaugural Poet Recalls A Closeted Childhood Of Cultural Tension
Richard Blanco, who read "One Today" at Obama's inauguration in 2013, explores the collision of sexual, artistic and cultural identity in his new memoir about his childhood in Miami.
An Inviting Apocalypse: John Luther Adams On 'Become Ocean'
John Luther Adams' Pulitzer Prize-winning composition, Become Ocean, evokes the end of the world — but it also welcomes us to take a swim.
To Fight ISIS, U.S. Treasury Targets Their Wallet
NPR's Arun Rath speaks with Juan Zarate about the U.S. Treasury Department's actions to cut off funding to the extremist group known as the Islamic State or ISIS.
Ebola At Eye Level: Looking At The Outbreak In Sierra Leone
Dr. Suzanne Donovan recently returned from a trip to Sierra Leone, working with the WHO on its Ebola response. NPR's Arun Rath talks with Donovan about her on-the-ground view of the Ebola outbreak.
Finding Depression In The Blood Stream
Dr. David Mohr developed a new blood test that can potentially be used to diagnose depression. He talks with NPR's Arun Rath about the implications this discovery could have on the disease and treatment.
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