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AAAS announces leading scientists elected as 2020 fellows (contd.)

(American Association for the Advancement of Science) Nearly 500 members of the American Association for the Advancement of Science have ...
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First exhaustive review of fossils recovered from Iberian archaeological sites

(University of Seville) The Iberian Peninsula has one of the richest paleontological records in Western Europe. However,"there were generally only ...
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AAAS announces leading scientists elected as 2020 fellows

(American Association for the Advancement of Science) Nearly 500 members of the American Association for the Advancement of Science have ...
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Thanksgiving in Saigon

How two Iowa boys celebrated Thanksgiving in Vietnam, not the typical scene for an American holiday ...
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American History Review: The Fastest Man on Two Wheels Was Nearly Forgotten

"Major" Taylor was the best bicycle rider of his time, but his career was badly undermined by Jim Crow ...
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Explosion of the Monster Torpedo

On April 3, 1865, Chester accompanied the triumphant Union army into Richmond ...
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Shades of Gray: The Legacy of George Pickett

General George Pickett’s widow wrote a falsified tribute to his wartime service ...
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How the US Civil War Divided Indian Nations

The American Civil War wasn’t just a conflict between citizens of the Union and the Confederacy. Spilling over into Indian ...
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Ancient people relied on coastal environments to survive the Last Glacial Maximum

(Arizona State University) Excavations on the south coast of South Africa have uncovered evidence of human occupations from the end ...
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Darwin’s handwritten pages from On the Origin of Species go online for the first time

(National University of Singapore) Two original pages from the handwritten draft of Darwin's On the Origin of Species, along with ...
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