Tuesday, April 25, 2017

The World's First Malaria Vaccine, Why We Need To Start Listening To Insects, The Coal Mining Massacre America Forgot and More

 
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The Coal Mining Massacre America Forgot
 
The Coal Mining Massacre America Forgot
 
 
Found: A Second Parchment Copy of the Declaration of Independence
 
Found: A Second Parchment Copy of the Declaration of Independence
 
 
Multiple Concussions May Have Sped Hemingway's Demise, a Psychiatrist Argues
 
Multiple Concussions May Have Sped Hemingway's Demise, a Psychiatrist Argues
 
 
The "Hobbits" Could Be Much Older Than Once Thought
 
The "Hobbits" Could Be Much Older Than Once Thought
 
 
Hundreds of Thousands of Babies Will Receive World's First Malaria Vaccine
 
Hundreds of Thousands of Babies Will Receive World’s First Malaria Vaccine
 
 
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Photos Capture India's Ancient, Vanishing Stepwells
 
Photos Capture India's Ancient, Vanishing Stepwells
 
 
Meet the Successor to Hubble That Will Peer Through Time
 
Meet the Successor to Hubble That Will Peer Through Time
 
 
A Civil War Colonel Invented Fracking in the 1860s
 
A Civil War Colonel Invented Fracking in the 1860s
 
 
After Nearly a Century in Storage, These World War I Artworks Still Deliver the Vivid Shock of War
 
After Nearly a Century in Storage, These World War I Artworks Still Deliver the Vivid Shock of War
 
 
MIT's 'Treepedia' Shows How Green Your City Grows
 
MIT’s ‘Treepedia’ Shows How Green Your City Grows
 
 
New Orleans Tears Down Controversial Confederate Monuments
 
New Orleans Tears Down Controversial Confederate Monuments
 
 
Why We Need To Start Listening To Insects
 
Why We Need To Start Listening To Insects
 
 
How Scientists Use Teeny Bits of Leftover DNA to Solve Wildlife Mysteries
 
How Scientists Use Teeny Bits of Leftover DNA to Solve Wildlife Mysteries
 
 
In the Early 20th Century, the Department of Tropical Research Was Full of Glamorous Adventure
 
In the Early 20th Century, the Department of Tropical Research Was Full of Glamorous Adventure
 
 
Making Robots That Can Work With Their Hands
 
Making Robots That Can Work With Their Hands
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 1990, the Hubble Space Telescope was launched into orbit 353 miles above Earth's surface. Now, years later, the Hubble continues to explore the cosmos and beyond. Look back at some of the Hubble's most memorable images.
 
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
The Photo is showing an acid attack survivor's reluctance in revealing the scars she got from the attack, that has impacted her life and has shaken her self confidence. Many people have survived such fatal attacks, not just in India but across the globe and face a tough time coping up and moving on with life.
 
"Veiling the Scars" Photo by Niraj Gera
 
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