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Honey Hunters' Ancient Art Faces Uncertain Future
In the foothills of the Himalayas, members of a Nepalese tribe ply an ancient trade in treacherous conditions.
Photographs and mounting: Philippe Loubry; restoration, William L. Parsons
Secret to Ancient Sloths' Aquatic Lives Found
Millions of years ago, aquatic sloths with extra-dense bones roamed shallow waters off the coast of modern-day Chile and Peru.
Want Safer Nuclear Power? Fusion May Pave the Way
Dr. Omar Hurricane at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has made a breakthrough that could lead to safer form of nuclear energy, derived from fusion, not fission.
Tiny Chip Bends Laser Beams to Make Mini Projector
Researchers have created a tiny chip that projects images without a lens — in fact, without any moving parts at all.
Chris Ayers / Intel
Teen Whiz Kids Win Big at Intel Science Fair
A 17-year-old from California took home $100,000 in prize money as winner of the Intel Science Talent Search for his work on flu drugs.
Safer Nuclear Power? Fusion May Pave the Way
Omar Hurricane at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory has made a breakthrough that could lead to safer form of nuclear energy.
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Mars Crater-Naming Campaign Sparks a Blowup
Uwingu's fundraising campaign to name Mars' anonymous craters has triggered an angry exchange with the International Astronomical Union.
Volcanoes Guard Ice Age Secrets
Snow-capped volcanoes are tide marks of vanished ice, carrying information about Earth that doesn't exist in any other form.
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World's Oldest Masks Go On Display
The oldest known masks in the world, created in the Holy Land thousands of years before the time of the Bible, went on display on Tuesday.
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