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Photo Of The Day: “Starry Night” Painted In Bacteria

Photo Of The Day: “Starry Night” Painted In Bacteria

Scientists were asked to tap into their cultural side for an art contest, which led one ambitious person to recreate a masterpiece.
Video Of The Day: This Is How A Human Body Decomposes

Video Of The Day: This Is How A Human Body Decomposes

The Freeman Ranch in San Marcos , Texas is home to fields of dead human bodies. Here's why.
Inside The Lowline Lab, The Prototype For The World’s First Underground Park

Inside The Lowline Lab, The Prototype For The World’s First Underground Park

The Lowline Lab, a prototype for the larger Lowline underground park, is now open to the public in New York City.
Our Favorite Images Of Pluto — So Far

Our Favorite Images Of Pluto — So Far

Images from the New Horizons spacecraft continue to astound scientists and space enthusiasts alike. Here are our favorite photos.
Video Of The Day: Water Looks Cooler In Space

Video Of The Day: Water Looks Cooler In Space

NASA just released high definition video of astronaut Scott Kelly toying with a floating ball of water in space.
Alien Structures Might Be Orbiting A Distant Star

Alien Structures Might Be Orbiting A Distant Star

A study produced by Yale astronomers has uncovered an irregularity that isn't easily explained by natural phenomenon.
Photo Of The Day: Life On Europa

Photo Of The Day: Life On Europa

One of Jupiter's moons has an ocean sitting underneath 62 miles of ice, and it may be the best chance to find life in space.
Video Of The Day: 3-D Printing Provides Free Prosthetic Hands To People In Need

Video Of The Day: 3-D Printing Provides Free Prosthetic Hands To People In Need

Discover what happens when a young boy born without fingers on his right hand is given a 3-D prosthetic hand.
New Study Reveals Child Cancer Linked To Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown

New Study Reveals Child Cancer Linked To Fukushima Nuclear Meltdown

A new study links Japanese child thyroid cancer rates 20 to 50 times higher than average to radiation from the meltdown.
Your World This Week, Volume XVI

Your World This Week, Volume XVI

After success in Chicago, one doctor hopes to apply his "interruptor" method to prevent mass shootings across the country.
Mushroom-Powered Batteries And Plastic-Eating Worms May Help Solve Our Waste Problem

Mushroom-Powered Batteries And Plastic-Eating Worms May Help Solve Our Waste Problem

It seems that pests and fungi might be able to do more to combat our waste problem than we thought.