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Edit Your View<p>Posted feb 9, 2016<p>I’m loving all of the photos coming in for “Capturing Action.” I especially love that many of you are waiting to submit all three photos to see what you get over the course of the assignment. Editing is often the hardest part of an assignment. Stepping back and …
Herding her foster kitten. [video]
Dog Runs Away With Inflatable Pool. [video]
The above image of a wild hamster, cheeks filled with food, expression of quiet determination writ large across its furry brow, has been named the funniest animal photo of the year at the inaugural Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards.<p>The hamster, or rather Julian Rad, the Austrian who captured it, …Nature Photography
Dogs develop many of the same diseases humans do, making them good subjects for research<p>By<p>Shirley S. Wang<p>Shirley S. Wang<p>The Wall Street Journal<p>Biography<p>@ShirleySWangWSJ<p>Google+<p>The DNA of dogs may offer clues about human conditions, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder and autism, according to …Genetics
Owls dancing to music.<p>2014-02-01
The big dinosaurs get all the love. I’m not even talking about the endless “my sauropod is bigger than yours” contest, or the constant effort to one-up <i>Tyrannosaurus rex</i>. I mean that for any given species, we’re obsessed with the biggest individual. That’s always held up as a fossil exemplar, and, …
Conceptual artist Azuma Makoto pushes the boundaries of traditional Japanese flower arrangement, taking his plant and flower designs to entirely new levels. Makoto's 10-year project <i>Shiki: Landscape and Beyond,</i> captures the journey of a Japanese white pine bonsai tree around (and above) the globe. …Art
By studying the teeth and taste buds of embryonic fish, researchers hope to one day offer humans more than just two sets of teeth in a lifetime.
Emerging technologies like industrial robots, artificial intelligence, and machine learning are advancing at a rapid pace, but there has been little …Economics