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The area previously known as the Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore is known for its varied landscapes and rich biodiversity... [Read More]
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Folk belief holds that if you have won one Oscar, your odds of ever winning a second are greatly diminished by the dreaded "Oscar Jinx" [Read More]
You can contribute to the project by suggesting new entries or proposing edits to existing ones via the project's main hub... [Read More]
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The Wallace's giant bee has been seen only a few times since its discovery in 1858; experts weren't sure it still existed... [Read More]
Tags: Wallace - Bee - World
A new handheld tool lets scientists diagnose the chemical reaction behind "art acne"—and learn how it can be prevented... [Read More]
Tags: Why - Georgia - O'Keeffe
Robots and drones will be involved in all aspects of the project, including design, manufacture and assembly... [Read More]
Tags: Robots - Seoul - Science
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The Israeli spacecraft Beresheet will gradually raise its orbit to reach the moon, landing after about a month and a half of flight... [Read More]
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Catherine's side of the breakup tale comes back with vengeance thanks to new analysis of 98 previously unseen missives... [Read More]
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Looking at how children process information may give programmers useful hints about directions for computer learning... [Read More]
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A new multi-city art exhibition called... [Read More]
You asked, we answered... [Read More]
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Artist Medina Dugger finds joy in a colorful yet complicated symbol of faith... [Read More]
Inspired by long-lost folk melodies, gospel, opera and bluegrass, the electrifying singer and banjo player gives fresh voice to old American traditions... [Read More]
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A special report pulling together our coverage of music within the Smithsonian collections and around the world... [Read More]
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A newly discovered tyrannosauroid provides insight into the 70 million year gap in North American tyrannosaur evolutionary records... [Read More]
In new paper, the authors behind the 2017 study echo their original conclusions and delve deeper into the secrets of the grave in the Viking... [Read More]
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Coconut octopuses are among the most intelligent invertebrates around: They use tools, carry their shelters around for when they need them, and, fittingly, adopt an... [Read More]
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While women scientists were frequently... [Read More]
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The famed agriculturalist deserves to be known for much more than peanuts... [Read More]
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The effect can be replicated with just about any grape-sized, water-based sphere, from large blackberries to gooseberries, quail eggs and hydrogel beads... [Read More]
Tags: Why - Grapes - Send
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