Thursday, September 15, 2016

An App to Cure Your Fear of Flying, Maya "Grolier Codex" Is the Real Deal, Breeding a Better Chicken and More

 
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Exclusive Photography From Inside the African American History Museum Offers a Hint of What Is to Come
 
Exclusive Photography From Inside the African American History Museum Offers a Hint of What Is to Come
 
 
Can This App Cure Your Fear of Flying?
 
Can This App Cure Your Fear of Flying?
 
 
Royal Society Photo Contest Winners Capture Breathtaking Details of Our Rapidly Changing World
 
Royal Society Photo Contest Winners Capture Breathtaking Details of Our Rapidly Changing World
 
 
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New Analysis Shows Disputed Maya
 
New Analysis Shows Disputed Maya “Grolier Codex” Is the Real Deal
 
 
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How AltSchool Is Personalizing Education By Collecting Loads of Data on Its Students
 
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Breeding a Better Chicken in the Name of Art (and Science)
 
Breeding a Better Chicken in the Name of Art (and Science)
 
 
Resupply Helps Trapped Arctic Scientists Scare Off Polar Bear "Siege"
 
Resupply Helps Trapped Arctic Scientists Scare Off Polar Bear "Siege"
 
 
In Defense of Studying City Rats
 
In Defense of Studying City Rats
 
 
People Feel More Tipsy if Their Friends Are Already Drunk
 
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Photographer Nish Nalbandian on Bearing Witness to the Violence in the Syrian Civil War
 
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