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Wednesday, March 21, 2018
How Influenza Might Spread On a Plane, Why Cockroaches Are Impossible to Kill, What Society Looks Like With AI and More
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What Will Our Society Look Like When Artificial Intelligence Is Everywhere?
The Great Feather Heist
Investigators on Lookout for 314 Items Stolen From Carnegie Library’s Rare Books Room
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The Electric Organ That Gave James Brown His Unstoppable Energy
U.S. Capitol’s Statuary Hall Collection Will Get Its First Statue of a Black American
Graphene Hair Dye Is Gentle on Your Locks. But Is It Safe?
Landmark Exhibition Takes You Inside the Exuberant, Diverse World of the Fatimid Dynasty
Cockroach Genome Shows Why They Are Impossible to Kill
Why Some People "Hear" Silent GIFs
How Archie Bunker Forever Changed in the American Sitcom
These Newly Donated Artifacts Capture the Spirit of Washington, D.C. Drag
Flu Skies: How Influenza Might Spread On a Plane
What Aardvark Milk Reveals about the Evolution of Lactation
A Look Back at the Artist Dora Maar
Tennessee Votes to Keep Polk's Grave Where It Is. For Now
Kids Are Drawing Women Scientists More Often Than They Did Decades Ago
Why Don't We See Fireflies in the Western U.S.?
Is a Texas Town the Future of Renewable Energy?
Your Low-Calorie Sweetener Could Be Making You Fat
New Exhibition Unfolds the "Bizarre" Stories Behind Centuries-Old Pigments
On this day in
Twitter began with an inaugural tweet by co-founder Jack Dorsey.
Today, the service connects hundreds of millions of users the world over.
Read how MIT data scientists used 12 years of Twitter data to determine fake news spreads faster and deeper than verified stories on the social media giant.
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"Backflip Submission" Photo by Dan Fenstermacher
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