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In the first hour of today's show, Nature magazine writer Eugenie Reich talks with Emily Rooney about the organizational pressures that allowed Annie Dookhan's actions at the state drug lab to go unnoticed for so long. Then Kara Miller and NOVA Science Now host David Pogue talk about why humans, unlike any other animals, cook.

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