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Millions of documents currently stored in archives throughout the world could provide clues to tracing agricultural development throughout the centuries thanks to a new technique of analyzing DNA found in ancient parchments.
Engineers at Washington University in St. Louis have developed a camera tens of thousands of times faster than what is currently available, and this imaging breakthrough could lead to all kinds of unforeseen discoveries in the future.
eReflect presents a new blog post that informs Ultimate Vocabulary™ readers about how to avoid embarrassing mistakes when writing for the web. New York City,
What sounds more like a Halloween horror story is actually unfolding right now on the campus of The University of Texas at Austin.
"Any game you can build, I can build better..."
Sometimes scientists need state-of-the-art supercomputers to crunch highly-complex equations or build intricate digital models in the pursuit of new insights – and sometimes all it takes is some flour, an egg and boiling water.
Professor of genetics and orthopaedic surgery, Dr. Deborah Krakow, talks about the science behind the actors of American Horror Story: Freak Show.
Don’t look now, but we’re in the midst of the holiday shopping season, so what do you get for the STEM-minded kids and adolescents in your life? Here are a few suggestions designed to make them truly light up on Christmas morning.
Resident science nerd Mark Lee Rollins weighs in on what you should give your favorite science nerd this holiday season.
- A transitional zone between two communities containing the characteristic species of each.