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On-Air This Week: Stress

This week on a station near you: stories of stress -- from a singer who loses her voice, to an author caught in a body that never grew up.

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'Now What Am I Known For?' Trying to Find Oliver Sipple's Legacy

Listened to our latest episode on Oliver Sipple and want to find out more? Hear two people talk about how their lives were affected by Sipple in these audio extras. 

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The Firefly Firework Lottery

Thousands of people take to the woods to see the mating rituals of a very small beetle with an astounding ability.

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Update: CRISPR

Catch our Donation and Mutation broadcast on the air waves this week and dying to know what has happened in the world of CRISPR? Check out our update here

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Find out what's happened with Gray's Donation

In our broadcast, Donation and Mutation, a donation leads two through a surprising journey. If you caught the story this week and want to know what has happened in their world since, check out our audio extra here

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A Decision! Kind Of ....

The US Supreme Court has reached a decision in the case of a vengeful wife charged with violating an international chemical weapons ban. Bond v United States was at the heart of our short "Sex, Ducks, and the Founding Feud".

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Before and After Carlisle

We were incredibly moved by the "Before and After" student photos we saw on our trip to Carlisle, PA. Here are a few of the most powerful images we came across in the archives.

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Pitch Us!

Bonus video: Words


Check out this gorgeous short film inspired by our Words episode. 

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Catch our Shots Fired broadcast this week on your local station?

You can check out Part 2 to this collaborative series with the Tampa Bay Times, here

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A Note From Jad About Truth Trolls

Radiolab has decided to take down our episode called "Truth Trolls." Some listeners called us out saying that in telling the capture the flag story in the way that we did, we essentially condoned some pretty despicable ideology and behavior.