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Siberian mummies are revealing fascinting insights into a culture that warred with the ancient Greeks – including the earliest documented example of cancer.
You don’t want to know what happens when he blows his nose. A computer scientist has turned his face into a remote control - using facial recognition technology.
Apparently, we’re all mutants. Researchers at Johns Hopkins have discovered that your genome changes during the course of your life.
The Linnean Society – named for famed naturalist Carl Linnaeus - has put its entire collection of plants and insects online. You can zoom in on these beautiful flash photos for an amazing look at all of the tiniest details. (Via)