Tuesday, September 13, 2016

What Does Science Say About the Five-Second Rule?, How the World Looks to the Color Blind, Watch E.coli Evolve and More

 
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Nat Turner's Bible Gave the Enslaved Rebel the Resolve To Rise Up
 
Nat Turner's Bible Gave the Enslaved Rebel the Resolve To Rise Up
 
 
Meet the National Zoo's Latest Bouncing Baby—an Orangutan
 
Meet the National Zoo's Latest Bouncing Baby—an Orangutan
 
 
Watch E.coli Evolve Before Your Eyes
 
Watch E.coli Evolve Before Your Eyes
 
 
What Does Science Say About the Five-Second Rule? It's Complicated
 
What Does Science Say About the Five-Second Rule? It’s Complicated
 
 
Curators Are One Piece Closer to Solving the Mystery of Magritte's Missing Painting
 
Curators Are One Piece Closer to Solving the Mystery of Magritte’s Missing Painting
 
 
 Sugar Study Draws Attention to Food Industry's Sour Secret
 
Sugar Study Draws Attention to Food Industry’s Sour Secret
 
 
Second Ship From Sir John Franklin's 19th-Century Expedition Found
 
Second Ship From Sir John Franklin's 19th-Century Expedition Found
 
 
Will AI Revolutionize Wall Street?
 
Will AI Revolutionize Wall Street?
 
 
The New York Public Library's Radical Zine Collection Is Now on Display
 
The New York Public Library’s Radical Zine Collection Is Now on Display
 
 
Ask Smithsonian: How Does the World Look to the Color Blind?
 
Ask Smithsonian: How Does the World Look to the Color Blind?
 
 
Pew Research Shows Public Libraries Remain Vital to Communities
 
Pew Research Shows Public Libraries Remain Vital to Communities
 
 
Here's How the Oxford English Dictionary Chooses New Words
 
Here’s How the Oxford English Dictionary Chooses New Words
 
 
What Will the Memorials of the Future Look Like?
 
What Will the Memorials of the Future Look Like?
 
 
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