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January 25, 2017

  • Aired: 01/25/2017
  • 27:20
  • Rating: NR
Researchers at Washington University are using a new imaging tool to better understand Alzheimer’s disease. Some winter sports areas worried about the effect of climate change on snowfall have turned to the new sport of winter cycling. Science educator Ainissa Ramirez explains how lightning creates nature’s magnets. A park in New Jersey brings to life the dinosaurs that once roamed the earth.
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Washington University Alzheimer’s research, winter cycling, Ainissa Ramirez, dinosaurs.
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