With coverage of food science, the Neanderthal genome, and oil extraction via algae, the Science multimedia page has something for just about everyone. At the top of the page, visitors will find the "Science Podcast." Visitors are encouraged to sign up to the podcast's RSS feed, and they can also listen in to previous installments. The "Images and Slide Shows" area is a delight for the senses, as it features photo essays with audio commentary on HIV/AIDS in Eastern Europe and "How Astronomers Have Fun (and Nearly Die Trying)." If that isn't enough, head on over to the "Interactives" area, where one can learn about plant genomes via a series of video clips, illustrations, and scientific drawings. The other interactive features here cover sea urchins and the human gut. Science educators and writers will find the site particularly useful, though everyone with a curious spirit will appreciate it.


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