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27 Jan. 2023
The new designation is intended to offer additional protection and resources to the historic port city
27 Jan. 2023
A facial recognition analysis found that the faces in a mysterious painting are virtually identical to those in the artist's "Sistine Madonna"
27 Jan. 2023
The technology could one day assemble and repair hard-to-reach circuits, act as a universal screw or retrieve foreign objects from a body, researchers say
27 Jan. 2023
New research suggests noblewoman Anne d’Alégre used gold wire to keep her decaying teeth in place
27 Jan. 2023
The truck-sized space rock came within 2,200 miles of our planet, closer than some satellites
27 Jan. 2023
The X-57 Maxwell has removed some barriers to electric flight, but its funding expires soon
27 Jan. 2023
Born 150 years ago this week, the author was known for her incisive portrayals of women's everyday lives
26 Jan. 2023
Humans will probably never face a fungal apocalypse, but in the insect world, mind-controlling fungi can pose a serious threat
26 Jan. 2023
'Victory City' comes just six months after the author survived a violent attack at a speaking event
26 Jan. 2023
After devouring their island's deer, these canines may be the first land predators to rely on sea otters as a main food source
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