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Inside Science syndicates its articles, columns, blogs and videos to news organizations. To initiate syndication, or request permission to republish our content (on a one-time or continuing basis), please contact Inside Science at

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Inside Science encourages anyone to embed and/or link to our videos (available via our YouTube Channel). All rights and restrictions set forth via the YouTube Terms apply. The text content appearing under each video on the Inside Science website may not be reprinted unless you are an editor at a news organization (see Syndication section above).

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