If you enjoy gardening, you know how much it can cost to keep your plants alive. You also know how frustrating it is when an unexpected frost destroys them.
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You may have heard that too much salt is bad for you. Have you ever really understood why though? Learn more on this Moment of Science.
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You've heard about nanotechnology, or the science of building tiny, microscopic particles and machines sometimes no larger than a few atoms across right?