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10 Facts About the Elephant Bird

Despite its name, the Elephant Bird (genus name Aepyornis) was nowhere near the size of a full-grown elephant; rather, the largest specimens of this...

How Birds Survive Blizzards and the Polar Vortex

Many backyard birders are astonished at the wide variety of winter birds that visit their feeders even on the coldest days, and they may...

Looking into Mona Lisa’s eyes

Do you ever feel like you’re being watched? By a certain Leonardo da Vinci painting, perhaps? Scientists call it the Mona Lisa effect: the...

Why Healthy Oceans Need Sharks?

Shark fin soup has been a popular part of the Chinese cuisine since the late 1300s. It is usually served at weddings and banquets,...

Could algae and light treat heart disease?

Heart attacks occur when oxygen is blocked from getting to crucial heart muscles — but that might be something that can be helped with...

Is Handwriting Important for the SAT Essay?

Worried about your messy handwriting? It’s tough not to have sloppy handwriting when you’re given only 50 minutes to read a passage, analyze it,...

Polar vortex brings deadly cold snap to US states

Cities are all but shutting down across the US Midwest as the region shivers through a record-breaking and deadly cold snap known as a...

Can football be played safely?

The long-term effects of football-based concussions aren't only for the professionals anymore. Out of 202 brains of deceased football players studied, CTE was diagnosed in...

China’s Chang’e 4 sends back first photos of moon’s far side after historic landing

Humans have landed a spacecraft on the far side of the moon for the first time in history. China's Chang'e 4 spacecraft achieved the milestone...

Karen Uhlenbeck Is the First Woman to Win Math’s Top Prize

karen Keskulla Uhlenbeck, a University of Texas at Austin emeritus professor renowned for her groundbreaking advancements in geometric analysis and gauge theory, is the first woman to win...



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