Thursday, November 17, 2016

Announcing the 2016 Smithsonian Magazine American Ingenuity Award Winners, A Brief History of the Racketeer Nickel, Uncovering Ancient Egyptian Ruins With Satellites and More

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Announcing the 2016 Smithsonian Magazine American Ingenuity Award Winners
 
Announcing the 2016 Smithsonian Magazine American Ingenuity Award Winners
 
 
A Brief History of the Racketeer Nickel
 
A Brief History of the Racketeer Nickel
 
 
Without These Whistleblowers, We May Never Have Known the Full Extent of the Flint Water Crisis
 
Without These Whistleblowers, We May Never Have Known the Full Extent of the Flint Water Crisis
 
 
Need a New Organ? Surgeon Anthony Atala Sees a Future Where You Can Simply Print It Out
 
Need a New Organ? Surgeon Anthony Atala Sees a Future Where You Can Simply Print It Out
 
 
This 6,000-Year-Old Amulet Is an Ancient Metal Marvel
 
This 6,000-Year-Old Amulet Is an Ancient Metal Marvel
 
 
Space Archaeologist Sarah Parcak Uses Satellites to Uncover Ancient Egyptian Ruins
 
Space Archaeologist Sarah Parcak Uses Satellites to Uncover Ancient Egyptian Ruins
 
 
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This Folded Paper Fans Out Into a Full-Size Bike Helmet
 
This Folded Paper Fans Out Into a Full-Size Bike Helmet
 
 
Why Do Insects Hate the Smell of Peppermint?
 
Why Do Insects Hate the Smell of Peppermint?
 
 
Christopher Gray's Scholly App Is Bringing Millions of Dollars to College Students in Need
 
Christopher Gray's Scholly App Is Bringing Millions of Dollars to College Students in Need
 
 
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There's a "Sidedoor" Entrance to the Smithsonian and It's Through a New Podcast
 
 
How OK Go Has Revolutionized the Music Video
 
How OK Go Has Revolutionized the Music Video
 
 
Lend Me Your Ears: A Tale of Evolution From a 5,310-Year-Old Corn Cob
 
Lend Me Your Ears: A Tale of Evolution From a 5,310-Year-Old Corn Cob
 
 
Collection of Fossilized Poo Certified as World's Largest
 
Collection of Fossilized Poo Certified as World's Largest
 
 
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From Air & Space
 
The Air Force Wants to Kill It, But the Warthog Won't Go Down Without a Fight
 
 
CRISPR Gene Editing Used to Treat Patient for the First Time
 
CRISPR Gene Editing Used to Treat Patient for the First Time
 
 
How Bird Poop Could Help Keep the Arctic Cool
 
How Bird Poop Could Help Keep the Arctic Cool
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1558, Elizabeth I became Queen of England. During her 45-year reign as the last monarch of the Tudor dynasty, England became a leading power for military, commerce and the arts. Read why she established England's first State Lottery.
 
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
I had met this remarkable woman in Novozybkov town of Bryansk region. She crossed the road confidently on homemade wheelchair and stopped cars by lifting her hand. It was possibly met our war veteran on a such vehicle after the Second World War, but to see it in 2015 was quite strange
 
"Between Heaven and Earth"
Photo by Alexander Stepanenko
 
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