Wednesday, April 19, 2017

The Man-Eating Lions of Tsavo, Medieval Medical Books Could Hold Recipe for New Antibiotics, The Trial of the Century That Wasn't and More

 
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Man-Eating Lions of Tsavo Did Indeed Eat People, Teeth Reveal
 
Man-Eating Lions of Tsavo Did Indeed Eat People, Teeth Reveal
 
 
The Trial of the Century That Wasn't
 
The Trial of the Century That Wasn't
 
 
 Watch a Large Asteroid Streak Through the Night Sky
 
Watch a Large Asteroid Streak Through the Night Sky
 
 
You Can Now 3D Print Glass
 
You Can Now 3D Print Glass
 
 
The Ceramicist Who Punched His Pots
 
The Ceramicist Who Punched His Pots
 
 
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Medieval Medical Books Could Hold the Recipe for New Antibiotics
 
Medieval Medical Books Could Hold the Recipe for New Antibiotics
 
 
These Photos Offer a Glimpse Into the Racial Politics of the 1950s South
 
These Photos Offer a Glimpse Into the Racial Politics of the 1950s South
 
 
After Centuries of Searching, Scientists Finally Find the Mysterious Giant Shipworm Alive
 
After Centuries of Searching, Scientists Finally Find the Mysterious Giant Shipworm Alive
 
 
John Adams Was the United States' First Ambassador as Well as its Second President
 
John Adams Was the United States’ First Ambassador as Well as its Second President
 
 
This Frog's Slime Kills Flu Viruses
 
This Frog’s Slime Kills Flu Viruses
 
 
George Washington Had Nothing Good to Say About Nepotism
 
George Washington Had Nothing Good to Say About Nepotism
 
 
The Unsavory History of Sugar, the Insatiable American Craving
 
The Unsavory History of Sugar, the Insatiable American Craving
 
 
Sealed Files of the United Nations War Crimes Commission Will Finally See Light of Day
 
Sealed Files of the United Nations War Crimes Commission Will Finally See Light of Day
 
 
This Jigsaw Puzzle Was Given to Ellis Island Immigrants to Test Their Intelligence
 
This Jigsaw Puzzle Was Given to Ellis Island Immigrants to Test Their Intelligence
 
 
New Technique Shows San Rock Art Is 5,000 Years Old
 
New Technique Shows San Rock Art Is 5,000 Years Old
 
 
A Paean to PBS'
 
A Paean to PBS’ “Mercy Street”: The One Show That Got the Civil War Right
 
 
A 'Breaking Bad' Writer and Producer Is Behind a New Anne of Green Gables
 
A ‘Breaking Bad’ Writer and Producer Is Behind a New Anne of Green Gables
 
 
Exoplanet Discovery Arrives in Time for New Telescope Technology
 
Exoplanet Discovery Arrives in Time for New Telescope Technology
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1824, Lord Byron, best-known for his epic poems, died in Greece. The 19th-century writer's ideas were informed by the beginnings of the Industrial Revolution. Find out why he sympathized with those who raged against the machine.
 
 
 
 
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