Mammoths and Mastodons of the Ohio Valley Were Homebodies
Mammoth Jawbone
July 28th, 2014
Mammoths and mastodons of present-day southwestern Ohio and northwestern Kentucky, were homebodies that tended to stay in one area, a new study finds.
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Citizen Science Aims to Clean Up Pacific Plastics
COASST interns size up a plastic bag which can be a hazard for sea turtles
July 28th, 2014
COASST studies seasonal patterns of ocean debris to aid in the clean up of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
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A Common Link Among Female Criminals: Brain Injury
Women's hands hold the bars of a prison cell.
July 28th, 2014
A high percentage of women in prison have a history of a traumatic brain injury, a new study finds.
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King Richard III's Hasty Grave Opened to the Public
The original hastily dug grave of Richard III of England (shown here) can now be viewed by the public at a visitor center for the king in Leicester, England.
July 28th, 2014
The public can now visit the first, but not final, resting place of King Richard III of England. The king's bones were found in 2012 in a parking lot in Leicester, England.
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Tumor Full of 232 'Toothlets': What's an Odontoma?
A woman smiles, revealing her teeth.
July 28th, 2014
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First Glimpse of Higgs Bosons at Work Revealed
an abstract version of the higgs boson
July 28th, 2014
The Higgs Boson was spotted in an ultra-rare interaction between force-carrying particles called W-Bosons, which could explain how the Higgs boson imparts mass to other particles.
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