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VIDEO: Old maps, new directions

VIDEO: Old maps, new directions

NYPL Labs is bringing the library’s vast collections into the digital, shareable age

By | Posted September 29, 2014

Glacial heights reach new lows

Glacial heights reach new lows

New elevation models of Greenland and Antarctica’s ice caps show an undisputable glacial melt

By | Posted September 25, 2014

MOM is circling Mars

MOM is circling Mars

India’s Mars Orbiter has made it to the top, but is it a one-hit wonder?

By | Posted September 23, 2014

Dinosaurs: armored, tall, fast and small

Dinosaurs: armored, tall, fast and small

Superlatives aren’t just for high school.

By | Posted September 22, 2014

How often should I take my pet to the vet?

How often should I take my pet to the vet?

The answer is at the heart of a multi-million dollar advertising campaign by the veterinary industry

By | Posted September 18, 2014

Looks like a blueberry, tastes like a tomato

Looks like a blueberry, tastes like a tomato

If genetically modified fruits should be labeled, why not change their color?

By | Posted September 17, 2014

Love in the time of animal testing

Love in the time of animal testing

Should scientists breed genetically modified animals as models of human disease?

By | Posted September 10, 2014

Fish smarter, not harder

Fish smarter, not harder

How a season of cheap shrimp stirred up a new sales model for struggling fisheries

By | Posted September 5, 2014

Buy someone a pizza. Because, science.

Buy someone a pizza. Because, science.

You can request a free pizza on Reddit. And researchers who study altruism are watching closely and taking notes.

By | Posted August 26, 2014

The never-ending lightning storm

The never-ending lightning storm

Why one area in South America sees thousands of strikes per night

By | Posted August 25, 2014

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