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Divers Find 16th-Century Shipwreck Off Coast of Northern Italy
Two professional divers exploring the waters off the coast of northern Italy have discovered the wreck of a large wooden ship ...
New Swine Flu Strain With Pandemic Potential Isn’t Cause for Alarm
The findings are a reminder not to forget about seasonal viruses, but also shows that virus surveillance systems work ...
NASA Needs Your Help Designing a ‘Lunar Loo’
Entries need to balance size, weight, functionality in microgravity and lunar gravity—and, of course, user experience ...
Whale Sharks Have Tiny Teeth on Their Eyeballs
Whale sharks are known as gentle, bespeckled giants that swim in tropical seas and scoop up plankton with their cavernous ...
Pooled Testing Could Be the Fastest and Cheapest Way to Increase Coronavirus Screening
Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, recently announced that health ...
When Senator Joe McCarthy Defended Nazis
In a nearly forgotten episode, the Wisconsin firebrand sided with the Germany military in a war crimes trial, raising ...
Why Scholars Are Skeptical of Claimed Rediscovery of Lost Frida Kahlo Masterpiece
For decades, Frida Kahlo ’s 1940 painting La Mesa Herida (or The Wounded Table) has served as a “holy grail” for art ...
Second Brazilian Museum Fire in Two Years Sparks Calls for Reform
Authorities are assessing the damage caused by a June 15 blaze at the Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden in Belo ...
As Segway Retires, Its Inventor Gears Up to Grow Organs
Dean Kamen, inventor of the soon-to-be obsolete Segway, has assembled a team to mass-produce human organs for transplant ...
What Made Lucretia Mott One of the Fiercest Opponents of Slavery and Sexism
Lucretia Mott, already the most famous white woman abolitionist in America, was present but had been barred from ...
Headless Sea Lions Are Washing Up in British Columbia
Biologists and local beachgoers who have encountered the decapitated marine mammals suggest humans may be to blame ...