Wednesday, August 31, 2016

An Interactive Tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture, Materials Inspired by Squid, The Case of the Missing Mystery Heirs and More

 
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Take an Interactive Tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture
 
Take an Interactive Tour of the National Museum of African American History and Culture
 
 
Inspired by Squid, Scientists Create New Materials That Change Color and Texture
 
Inspired by Squid, Scientists Create New Materials That Change Color and Texture
 
 
Mary Beard on Pompeii's Showiest Family
 
Mary Beard on Pompeii's Showiest Family
 
 
Could You Solve the Case of the Missing Mystery Heirs?
 
Could You Solve the Case of the Missing Mystery Heirs?
 
 
The Long-Lasting Legacy of the Great Migration
 
The Long-Lasting Legacy of the Great Migration
 
 
Eleven Years After Katrina, What Lessons Can We Learn Before the Next Disaster Strikes?
 
Eleven Years After Katrina, What Lessons Can We Learn Before the Next Disaster Strikes?
 
 
Now Departing: Some of America's Most Iconic Train Signs
 
Now Departing: Some of America’s Most Iconic Train Signs
 
 
New Exhibit Shows Manspreading Has Been Taking up Subway Space for Decades
 
New Exhibit Shows Manspreading Has Been Taking up Subway Space for Decades
 
 
Deadly Fungal Infections Are Growing Antibiotic Resistance
 
Deadly Fungal Infections Are Growing Antibiotic Resistance
 
 
Unnerving Find: Cells That Control Goosebumps and Nipple Erections
 
Unnerving Find: Cells That Control Goosebumps and Nipple Erections
 
 
Black Tweets Matter
 
Black Tweets Matter
 
 
The U.S. Government Is Buying Tons of Eggs and Cheese
 
The U.S. Government Is Buying Tons of Eggs and Cheese
 
 
The Quest to Build the First Robotic Vagina
 
The Quest to Build the First Robotic Female Pelvis
 
 
Today in History: Sponsored by GEICO
 
In 1888, 42-year-old Mary Ann Nicholls was found murdered in London's East End. She was the first of at least five victims of "Jack the Ripper." To this day, the notorious 19th-century killer's identity remains a mystery. But a shawl supposedly recovered from one of the murder victims might have shed some new light on who the killer might be, according to an "armchair detective" and a scientist. Judge for yourself whether they might have cracked the cold case.
 
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This is where the Colorado river meets the Sea of Cortez, Baja California, Mexico. Aerial image (shot from a plane).
 
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