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We've Finally Solved the Mystery of How Monarch Butterflies Na...

Image: Flickr/Wikimedia Commons. Each year, the migratory monarch butterfly embarks on an extraordinary journey from eastern North America to central Mexico. A multidisciplinary team of scientists has now created a model circuit that finally ... Gizmodo India, 1 month ago

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Microbubbles, a cancer cell shape sorter, and artificial intelligence our latest innovative science projects

Credits: Flickr/CC BY 2.0; Flickr/CC BY 2.0; Wikimedia Commons/CC BY-SA 4.0 In the summer of 2015, we launched a new funding scheme called the Pioneer Award, to support innovative science. Were encouraging researchers to think big the sky is the ...
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Does a Third-Party Candidate Have a Real Chance at Winning?

The only president ever to win as a third-party candidate: George Washington. (Wikimedia Commons) This election season, with its angry comments sections and nasty memes, is getting seriously heated. A Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton battle is ...
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A psychology professor explains the problems with high self-esteem — and what you should pursue instead

Wikimedia CommonsNarcissus looked so long at his reflection in the river, he fell in and drowned. In 1986, California state assemblyman John Vasconcellos came up with what he believed could be "a vaccine for major social ills" like teen pregnancy ...
 Business Insider2 weeks ago

I finally completed my dream of attending umpire school - here's what it was like

Wikimedia CommonsIs this a ball or a strike? You have one second to decide. I first visited the Harry Wendelstedt School for Umpires as a 24-year-old Newsweek reporter back in January 2000. Id begged my editor to send me because Id been floored by ...
 Business Insider2 weeks ago

Just add time: 11 innovations that were ahead of theirs

Da Vinci's early design for an armoured vehicle akin to a tank. Image via Wikimedia Commons Next week (2 May) will mark the 497th anniversary of Leonardo da Vinci's death. In honour of the esteemed Italian artist, polymath and inventor, we look ...
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A sociologist trained to become a tax avoidance expert — here's what she learned about how the ultra wealthy keep their money

Istvan Biro via Wikimedia Commons"All the world's a stage" - Shakespeare. Shakespeare said that all the world's a stage, but the sociologist Erving Goffman added that most of the interesting stuff lies behind the scenes, in what he called the ...
 Business Insider4 weeks ago

9 Eerie Death Superstitions From Around the World

Credit: Wikimedia Commons By: Stephanie Almazan Do you dare tempt the Angel of Death? 1. RULE OF THREES Death strikes not once, twice, but three times ... and celebrities are hardly immune. This well-known death superstition states that ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago
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10 amazing moats around the world

Wikimedia Commons // Public Domain 10 Amazing Moats Around the World Everyone knows that no truly awesome castle is complete without a moat. These long, broad ditches, which may or may not be filled with water, mostly served to protect against ...
 MSN South Africa1 month ago
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The ironic story behind the creation of the guillotine

Wikimedia CommonsThe execution of Marie Antoinette One day in May 1738, legend has it, a woman approaching the end of her pregnancy was walking down a street in Saintes, France, when she heard the cries of a man being executed on the town's breaking ...
 Business Insider1 month ago
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