Tuesday, January 24, 2017

How Victorian Gender Norms Shaped Science, 3,500 Stolen Artifacts, Eskimo Pie and More

 
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How Victorian Gender Norms Shaped the Way We Think About Animal Sex
 
How Victorian Gender Norms Shaped the Way We Think About Animal Sex
 
 
This Map Shows Over a Century of Documented Lynchings in the United States
 
This Map Shows Over a Century of Documented Lynchings in the United States
 
 
Researchers Finish Separating World's Largest Celtic Coin Hoard
 
Researchers Finish Separating World's Largest Celtic Coin Hoard
 
 
This App Uses Facial Recognition Software To Help Identify Genetic Conditions
 
This App Uses Facial Recognition Software To Help Identify Genetic Conditions
 
 
More Women Die of Cervical Cancer Than Previously Thought
 
More Women Die of Cervical Cancer Than Previously Thought
 
 
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A London Music Hall Hid a Long-Forgotten Storeroom Packed With Condiments
 
A London Music Hall Hid a Long-Forgotten Storeroom Packed With Condiments
 
 
Scientists Can Turn This Gecko-Inspired Gripping Device On or Off With the Flick of a Light
 
Scientists Can Turn This Gecko-Inspired Gripping Device On or Off With the Flick of a Light
 
 
Much of the Cuisine We Now Know, and Think of as Ours, Came to Us by War
 
Much of the Cuisine We Now Know, and Think of as Ours, Came to Us by War
 
 
The Weird, Brief History of the Eskimo Pie Corporation
 
The Weird, Brief History of the Eskimo Pie Corporation
 
 
Police Recover More Than 3,500 Stolen Artifacts in Europe
 
Police Recover More Than 3,500 Stolen Artifacts in Europe
 
 
This Ice Festival in China Is a Rainbow-Colored Dream
 
This Ice Festival in China Is a Rainbow-Colored Dream
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1935, the first canned beer was sold. Called "Krueger Cream Ale," the lightweight, cheap drink became a fast hit. It may have taken until the 20th century for beer to be sold in cans, but the drink itself has been around for centuries--check out how one brewery recreated a 2,000-year-old brew.
 
 
 
 
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A yellow-flecked sipo holds itself immobile
 
"Yellow-Flecked Sipo" Photo by Irene Waring
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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