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More Hidden Street Art on Railings by Zebrating

Mannheim, Germany-based street art duo known as Zebrating have been leaving their mark across the globe, particularly on railings in public spaces. Their elusive graffiti work offers an entertaining surprise for viewers from specific angles. Their art relies heavily on perspective as each piece of …

Homemade Cereal Bars Recipe

Yield: about 9 bars<p>Berry Cereal Bars<p><b>Total Time:</b><p>30 minutes<p><b>Prep Time:</b><p>15 minutes<p><b>Cook Time:</b><p>15 minutes<p>The updated and improved version of homemade berry …

Craft Photography

craft photography – what works for me<p>I have been asked many times how I get my craft tutorial images bright and white, so while photographing a few …

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Night: Surreal Landscapes Lit with an LED Flashlight by Harold Ross | Colossal

<p>Fine art photographer Harold Ross uses delicate light painting techniques to create surreal landscapes photographed late at night. The photographer, …

New in Knitting: Stitch Maps

In knitting, being able to picture lines of written instructions or gridded stitch charts as a physical knitted shape is extremely helpful, but it’s not always easy to make that mental leap from written to visual. (My mind certainly doesn’t work that way!) That’s why I’m so intreguied by Stitch …

Deaf Boy Hears Dad For First Time (+Video)

<b>Deaf boy hears dad: A three year old became the first child in the United States to get a new kind of implant as part of an experimental trial, and</b> …

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8 Mummy Finds Revealing Ancient Disease

Some ailments were ancient scourges, others surprisingly modern.<p><b>Whether laid to rest in a simple grave or a grand tomb, the human body rarely survives the sweep of time. But in a few places where people deliberately mummified their dead, or the environmental conditions were right—very dry or</b> …

Slideshow: Seven Sweet Maps of Health Data

When I hear the terms geographic information system (GIS) or global positioning system (GPS), it usually makes me think of government agents spying on us, or of particularly hellish road trips. But these technologies could also be incredibly useful for public health and medical research, as I …

A New Push To Explore the Brain

This morning Barack Obama invited a small army of neuroscientists to hear him announce a new initiative to better understand the brain. Reports about the plan have been trickling out ever since John Markoff broke the story in February. In anticipation of the announcement, All Things Considered on …

BRAIN Initiative Challenges Researchers to Unlock Mysteries of Human Mind

<i>Note: Want to learn more about the BRAIN Initiative? Watch Tom Kalil, Innovation Advisor; Dr. Francis Collins, Director of National Institutes of Health; and Dr. Arati Prabhakar, Director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) discuss the new research effort in an Open for</i> …

You Never Know What You'll Find Under a Parking Lot

Workers have unearthed temples, ancient skeletons, new species.<p><b>Earlier this year, DNA tests confirmed that the bones found under a parking lot in Leicester, England, were those of King Richard III.</b><p>The skeleton is just one of many surprising discoveries unearthed at construction sites. Here's a …

New Studies Shake Up Human Family Tree

Does a 2-million-year-old skeleton unseat "Lucy" from a critical evolutionary junction on the way to Homo, our genus?<p><b>Everybody knows "Lucy." For nearly four decades, this famous partial skeleton of Australopithecus afarensis, dated to 3.2 million years ago, has been an ambassador for our</b> …

Sky-Watchers' Guide: How to See Lyrid Meteors This Weekend

Bright, fast-moving meteors are best seen away from city lights.<p><b>Northern Hemisphere sky-watchers will see another round of celestial fireworks when the Lyrid meteor shower peaks in the early hours of April 22.</b><p>The annual Lyrids usually are quite modest as showers go, with peak hourly rates of 15 to …

Modern Europe's Genetic History Starts in Stone Age

Scientists create the first detailed genetic history of modern Europe.<p><b>Europeans as a people are younger than we thought, a new study suggests.</b><p>DNA recovered from ancient skeletons reveals that the genetic makeup of modern Europe was established around 4,500 B.C. in the mid-Neolithic—or 6,500 years …