Wednesday, October 19, 2016

When Curious George Escaped the Nazis, Treating Cancer With Scorpion Venom, The Big Beauty of a Microscopic World and More

 
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When Curious George Made a Daring Escape From the Nazis
 
When Curious George Made a Daring Escape From the Nazis
 
 
The History of Presidential Politics' Most Important Dinner Date
 
The History of Presidential Politics' Most Important Dinner Date
 
 
Prize-Winning Photos Capture the Big Beauty of a Microscopic World
 
Prize-Winning Photos Capture the Big Beauty of a Microscopic World
 
 
These Women Reporters Went Undercover to Get the Most Important Scoops of Their Day
 
These Women Reporters Went Undercover to Get the Most Important Scoops of Their Day
 
 
Did John Adams Out Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings?
 
Did John Adams Out Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings?
 
 
This Champion Pumpkin Weighs More Than a U-Haul
 
This Champion Pumpkin Weighs More Than a U-Haul
 
 
Hungry for Morel Mushrooms? Head to Yosemite
 
Hungry for Morel Mushrooms? Head to Yosemite
 
 
Can Resource Scarcity Really Explain a History of Human Violence?
 
Can Resource Scarcity Really Explain a History of Human Violence?
 
 
How Scorpion Venom Is Helping Doctors Treat Cancer
 
How Scorpion Venom Is Helping Doctors Treat Cancer
 
 
Looking at Nature Through Infrared Film Will Have You Seeing Red
 
Looking at Nature Through Infrared Film Will Have You Seeing Red
 
 
What to Know About NASA's Historic Astronaut Beach House
 
What to Know About NASA's Historic Astronaut Beach House
 
 
10,000 Scrotum Frogs Found Dead Near Lake Titicaca
 
10,000 Scrotum Frogs Found Dead Near Lake Titicaca
 
 
How Many Comedy Writers Does It Take to Help A.I. Tell a Funnier Joke?
 
How Many Comedy Writers Does It Take to Help A.I. Tell a Funnier Joke?
 
 
Cave Paintings Help Unravel the Mystery of the 'Higgs Bison'
 
Cave Paintings Help Unravel the Mystery of the ‘Higgs Bison'
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1960, following the rise of Fidel Castro's regime, the United States issued its first trade embargo against Cuba. The ban initially blocked all U.S. exports to Cuba with the exception of medical supplies and certain foods. Two years later, the embargo would be expanded and would remain a fixture of U.S. foreign policy for decades. Get an intimate look at how Cubans view the country's revolutionary past and present.
 
 
 
 
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1933 Shanghai
 
"Old Architecture" Photo by Jian Wang
 
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