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In a world first, scientists engineered the flowers to take on an azure hue... [Read More]
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They may be tiny, but don't let their stubby stature fool you... [Read More]
The park includes a spectacular beach described in sagas that chronicle Viking explorations of the Canadian coast... [Read More]
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One day this mollusc-inspired invention might just save your life... [Read More]
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There aren't many rumors that American socialite Wallis Simpson hasn't been subjected to. So here's how she actually infiltrated the British monarchy. [Read More]
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In light of Shark Week 2017, here are some revelations about the fearsome fish we've made in the past year... [Read More]
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The first "Hurricane Hunter" flight was a bet, but today they're an essential part of risk management... [Read More]
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A 1963 protest placard in the Smithsonian collections could almost be mistaken for any of the Black Lives Matter marches of today... [Read More]
The United States is the one of the world's only holdouts at this point, but it could have been the first country outside of France... [Read More]
He refuses to wear shoes outside even with all the Oklahoma red dirt, stickers and rocks. [Read More]
I was on my first African safari and we received reports that a leopard that we had spotted the night before had gotten a kill.... [Read More]
Ceja Vineyards breathes new life into Napa Valley's wine industry... [Read More]
But don't have a cow... [Read More]
More than 1,150 objects make up the exhibition, which will travel to 14 cities in Europe and North America... [Read More]
Take the plunge into some interesting geology... [Read More]
The study is a striking reminder of how much science has to learn about these little wrigglers... [Read More]
Three paintings on loan from the Louvre are among the destroyed works... [Read More]
The inscriptions offer detailed information about the Shang Dynasty, but researchers need help to read them... [Read More]
Animals have served as companions and ambassadors for presidents dating back to George Washington... [Read More]
For five days in July, the Motor City was under siege from looters and soldiers alike... [Read More]
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