Monday, February 27, 2017

The Many Uses of Hagfish Slime, Prehistoric Pointillism, Listen to the Sounds of Sacred Spaces Around the World and More

 
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If We Can Get Past the Ickiness, Hagfish Slime May Actually Be Useful to Us
 
If We Can Get Past the Ickiness, Hagfish Slime May Actually Be Useful to Us
 
 
The Politics of Viewing Polar Bears
 
The Politics of Viewing Polar Bears
 
 
Prehistoric Pointillism? Long Before Seurat, Ancient Artists Chiseled Mammoths Out of Dots
 
Prehistoric Pointillism? Long Before Seurat, Ancient Artists Chiseled Mammoths Out of Dots
 
 
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This African-American Artist's Cartoons Helped Win World War II
 
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What's Changed in the 30 Years Since the Smithsonian Opened an Exhibition on Japanese Internment
 
What's Changed in the 30 Years Since the Smithsonian Opened an Exhibition on Japanese Internment
 
 
Listen to the Sounds of Sacred Spaces Around the World
 
Listen to the Sounds of Sacred Spaces Around the World
 
 
New McDonalds Has a Cool Design Element: an Ancient Roman Road
 
New McDonalds Has a Cool Design Element: an Ancient Roman Road
 
 
Great Barrier Reef Braces for Another Massive Bleaching Event
 
Great Barrier Reef Braces for Another Massive Bleaching Event
 
 
Prince Charles Will Battle Squirrels Using Contraceptives and a Lot of Nutella
 
Prince Charles Will Battle Squirrels Using Contraceptives and a Lot of Nutella
 
 
New Exhibition Lets You Look at Art While Playing Pinball
 
New Exhibition Lets You Look at Art While Playing Pinball
 
 
Byron Was One of the Few Prominent Defenders of the Luddites
 
Byron Was One of the Few Prominent Defenders of the Luddites
 
 
This Supreme Court Justice Was a KKK Member
 
This Supreme Court Justice Was a KKK Member
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1907, two pioneers of psychoanalysis, Sigmund Freud and Carl Gustav Jung, met for the first time in Vienna, Austria. The meeting of the minds cemented a brief, intense friendship and academic partnership. But soon professional differences and salacious personal allegations would cause the relationship to crumble. Read more about the famous friendship through their correspondence in a newly digitized collection.
 
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A jellyfish near the surface
 
"Jellyfish" Photo by Marco Gargiulo
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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