In October of 1097, after a horrendous four-month march across Asia Minor, which only half of the original army survived, the main force of Crusaders converged on Antioch. Laying the ground work to eventually take Jerusalem. […]
The balance of life between predators and their prey is complicated and fascinating. Read about two classic experiments on this interaction performed by Josh Van Buskirk. […]
The very first step in a brave new world of genetic engineering was to learn how to cut and then reassemble DNA. It took the […]
[T]he culmination of generations of scientific work ultimately came together to create our understanding of the most fundamental unit of matter: the atom. […]
The founder of modern genetics, Gregor Mendel, may have falsified data in his famous pea experiment in order to better correspond with his expectations. […]
Weather radar technology has revolutionized the forecasting of severe storms and has saved many lives. The revolution began in the evening of April 9, 1953, when two meteorologists at the Illinois State Water Survey decided to break the rules… […]
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