Wednesday, September 28, 2016

The First "Three-Parent" Baby, When Did People Start Keeping Pets?, The Testimony That Explains Why General MacArthur Was Fired and More

 
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Welcome the First "Three-Parent" Baby Into the World
 
Welcome the First "Three-Parent" Baby Into the World
 
 
Sorry, Stargazers: There's No Way to See This Weekend's Black Moon
 
Sorry, Stargazers: There’s No Way to See This Weekend’s Black Moon
 
 
Rare Painting by a Victorian-Era Artist Found on
 
Rare Painting by a Victorian-Era Artist Found on “Antiques Roadshow”
 
 
This Speedy, Wall-Crawling Conveyor System Will Now Deliver Books at the New York Public Library
 
This Speedy, Wall-Crawling Conveyor System Will Now Deliver Books at the New York Public Library
 
 
Ask Smithsonian: When Did People Start Keeping Pets?
 
Ask Smithsonian: When Did People Start Keeping Pets?
 
 
Rule Allows Native Hawaiians to Form Their Own Government
 
Rule Allows Native Hawaiians to Form Their Own Government
 
 
The Burmese Monument That Appears to Defy Gravity
 
The Burmese Monument That Appears to Defy Gravity
 
 
You, Too, Could Own a Copy of the Voyager Golden Record
 
You, Too, Could Own a Copy of the Voyager Golden Record
 
 
Can This Electric Bus Really Go 350 Miles On a Single Charge?
 
Can This Electric Bus Really Go 350 Miles On a Single Charge?
 
 
King of the Playground, Spencer Luckey, Builds Climbers That Are Engineering Marvels
 
King of the Playground, Spencer Luckey, Builds Climbers That Are Engineering Marvels
 
 
The Redacted Testimony That Fully Explains Why General MacArthur Was Fired
 
The Redacted Testimony That Fully Explains Why General MacArthur Was Fired
 
 
History Grabs the Headlines, But the Quiet Authority of the Art Gallery in the New Smithsonian Museum Speaks Volumes
 
History Grabs the Headlines, But the Quiet Authority of the Art Gallery in the New Smithsonian Museum Speaks Volumes
 
 
Listen to the First Computer-Made Tune on Alan Turing's Synthesizer
 
Listen to the First Computer-Made Tune on Alan Turing's Synthesizer
 
 
Over 180 Countries Just Approved a Ban on Pangolin Trafficking
 
Over 180 Countries Just Approved a Ban on Pangolin Trafficking
 
 
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In 1991, legendary jazz musician Miles Davis died at age 65. Throughout his life, the trumpeter, bandleader and composer continuously reinvented himself and his genre. Hear about Davis from a Smithsonian jazz expert, who weighs in on the musician's recent biopic Miles Ahead.
 
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