This week in Tomorrow Today, researchers try to unlock the secret language of mice. Also this week, learning therapy for autistic children and harvesting minerals from plants. We also look at whether too much social media leads to depression.
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Local farmers captured skin-crawling clips, showing thousands of mice scurrying around their land and buildings.
Researchers use all kinds of living organisms to learn about life, from monkeys and mice to fruit flies and fungi — even a relative of the mustard family that's celebrating its 200th anniversary. The list is legendary.
From the Philippines to Brazil and Germany, environmental activists are reporting a rise in online abuse. What might seem like empty threats and insults, can silence debate and lead to violence.
Evangelical leaders in the US have helped sow distrust in public health professionals — and COVID-19 vaccines. But some church leaders within the ranks are confronting the resistance amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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