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Highlights from an inspiring evening featuring all of the award winners... [Read More]
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The chart, believed to date to 1885, was unearthed from storage room in the chemistry building at the University of St. Andrews... [Read More]
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They may have been intended to protect the property's human and animal inhabitants from evil spirits... [Read More]
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The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer was known for her straightforward meditations on nature, spirituality and the human experience... [Read More]
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A new study suggests plants can 'hear' the humming of nearby pollinators and increase their sugar content in response... [Read More]
China, which is manning the first probe to land on the lunar far side, was hoping to find out how plants fare in outer space... [Read More]
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Organizers and speechmakers relive the pivotal moment of the Civil Rights Movement... [Read More]
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Omar Ibn Said, a wealthy intellectual from West Africa, wrote about his capture and enslavement in America... [Read More]
New analysis shows the Dutch master added lead carbonate plumbonacrite to his impasto mix... [Read More]
Eighty years ago, the Buick Y-job was billed as the car of the future... [Read More]
According to models of stellar evolution, certain types of stars need longer than the universe has existed to form... [Read More]
Hugh Mangum's portraits reveal his subjects' array of emotions and defy stereotypical snapshots... [Read More]
Last days of summer at Coney Island, NYC... [Read More]
Plovdiv, Bulgaria, and Matera, Italy, have histories that stretch back thousands of years... [Read More]
The marsupials on Maria Island are so docile, tourism officials are asking the public to stop getting so close... [Read More]
Bauhaus 100 looks back—and forward—to the movement that united formal art and craftsmanship in functional, streamlined designs... [Read More]
The "musical novelty" series of shorts achieved critical and popular success, too... [Read More]
Bones at a settlement called Shubayqa 6 show clear signs of having been digested—but were much too large to have been eaten by humans... [Read More]
The popular Arabica bean, used in such rich blends as Java, is amongst the species threatened by climate change, deforestation... [Read More]
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