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10 Science Experiments You Can Eat with Your Kids

There's very little about cooking that doesn’t involve chemistry, physics, biology, or even math. But don’t tell your kids that. Sneak education into …

Kids

10 Things You Might Not Know About Parasaurolophus

Flashy frills. Clubbed tails. Teeth the size of bananas. With strange features like these, it’s tempting to think that dinosaurs must’ve inhabited …

Dinosaurs

The Predatory Dance Of The Tiger Beetle

A new study reveals how the beetle's erratic movements are a deliberate hunting strategy.<p>Tiger beetles are aggressive hunters that sometimes run so fast their eyes stop working until they pause again. This combination of sprinting and resting means the tiger beetle must use clever pursuit …

Ancient Egyptians Had Vegetarian Diet, Mummy Study Shows

(Inside Science) -- Did the ancient Egyptians eat like us? If you're a vegetarian, tucking in along the Nile thousands of years ago would have felt just like home.<p>In fact, eating lots of meat is a recent phenomenon. In ancient cultures vegetarianism was much more common, except in nomadic …

Electric aircraft are on the way: Stylish Airbus plane makes its first flight

While electric vehicles are gaining popularity in the automotive world, the aviation industry is also looking into ways to clean up its act.<p>French firm Airbus is best known for its large passenger jets — including the double-deck Airbus A380 — but its latest project is rather smaller.<p>The E-FAN is a …

A bitter war between chimps in the 1970s might be explained with social networking software

43 years ago, a group of chimpanzees that were once living peacefully in Tanzania's Gombe Stream National Park suddenly split in two — one in the north area of the park, and the other in the south. The members, who once cohabited the same area, eventually became so territorial that those unlucky …