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15.04.21 18:00 In a Warming World, Heat Interferes With Sex Determination in These Australian Lizards

Schlagwörter: Anthropocene—animals, ZZ-reversed, University, California, Canberra’s

Scientists have discovered how hot temperatures override chromosomes in bearded dragons

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15.04.21 16:22 This Library in Brooklyn Is Home to the World's Largest Sketchbook Collection

Schlagwörter: Williamsburg, Occasionally, Renaissance, Sketchbook, Botticelli

With more than 50,000 sketchbooks from 50 countries, the Brooklyn Art Library in Williamsburg is still accepting submissions

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15.04.21 14:00 What to Expect When the Cicadas Emerge This Spring

Schlagwörter: Communications, Smithsonian’s, Biorepository, Agricultural, Smithsonian

A trillion cicadas expected to invade the Washington metropolitan region when the ground warms to 64 degrees

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14.04.21 12:30 What I Learned Biking the 10,000-Mile Migration Route of Monarch Butterflies

Schlagwörter: Eventually, Midwestern, Fahrenheit, Michoacán, Including

I set off to be the first person to cycle alongside the butterflies to raise awareness of their alarming decline

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14.04.21 12:00 The Nation’s Corn Belt Has Lost a Third of Its Topsoil

Schlagwörter: Massachusetts–Amherst, Conservancy–Nebraska, Proceedings, University, Department

Researchers used satellite imaging and surface soil color to find out how much of the nutrient-rich earth has eroded away

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13.04.21 14:53 How Neil Armstrong Avoided Near-Disaster to Make the First Space Docking

Schlagwörter: Intercontinental, Gemini-Titan, Twenty-seven, Atlas-Agena, Maneuvering

Smithsonian curator Michael Neufeld recounts the harrowing details of when Gemini Vlll astronauts faced the first life-threatening, in-flight emergency

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13.04.21 13:00 Using Amber-Filtered Bulbs Instead of White Light Attracts Fewer Bugs

Schlagwörter: Smithsonian’s, Conservation, Invertebrate, Deichmann’s, Researchers

In a tropical rainforest study, 60 percent fewer insects visited traps illuminated in a golden glow. Researchers say the results may be widely applicable

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13.04.21 13:00 Amber Light Could Save Bugs in the Rainforest—and Your Backyard, Too

Schlagwörter: Smithsonian’s, Conservation, Invertebrate, Deichmann’s, Researchers

Scientists studying insects in tropical environments find ways to reduce insect die-offs caused by artificial light

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13.04.21 12:30 Groundbreaking New Center Unveils World's Largest Collection of Inuit Art

Schlagwörter: Tuniigusiia/The, Kablusiak—bring, Angeles-based, KOW-ma-yourk, HOW-ma-yourk

More than 20,000 works from artists across the Canadian Arctic are on display at Qaumajuq, a new museum-within-a-museum at the Winnipeg Art Gallery

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13.04.21 12:00 How Do Astronauts Spend Their Weekends in Space?

Schlagwörter: International, Homesteading, Performance, French-born, Earthlings

They take time off and practice their hobbies, though that wasn't always the case

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12.04.21 15:56 What to Expect When Ingenuity Takes Flight This Week on Mars

Schlagwörter: Perseverance, Ingenuity, February, Although, Ginny’s

Nicknamed 'Ginny,' the Mars helicopter is set to take off from the surface of the Red Planet no earlier than April 14

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12.04.21 15:52 How to Germinate Seeds for Your Garden Using an Instant Pot

Schlagwörter: University, California, Minnesota, Extension, Maryland

Hack your way to planting success with the popular kitchen appliance

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12.04.21 14:00 See Original Color Photos From World War II

Thousands of photographs in government archives bring the war to life

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12.04.21 12:00 Black Protesters Have Been Rallying Against Confederate Statues for Generations

Schlagwörter: Frustrations, Coordinating, Minneapolis, Confederate, Confederacy

When Tuskegee student Sammy Younge, Jr., was murdered in 1966, his classmates focused their righteous anger on a local monument

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12.04.21 12:00 The Next Step in Covid-19 Vaccines May Be Through the Nose

Schlagwörter: Immunoglobulin, Translational, Organization, AstraZeneca, SARS-CoV-2

Intranasal vaccines may help prevent transmission and hinder the evolution of new viral variants

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09.04.21 16:21 Celebrate National Library Week With Bibliophilic Backgrounds for Your Virtual Meetings

Schlagwörter: SIA_000095_B31_F38_002, SIA_000095_B41_F09_035, Dell'historia, SIA2010-2160, Smithsonian

Smithsonian Libraries and Archives offers book lovers these nine stylish backdrops

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09.04.21 15:23 How the Arts Have Inspired Social Change

Schlagwörter: Humanitarianism, Philanthropy’s, Massachusetts, Institution’s, Jesse—helped

Americans have a long tradition of inspiring and elevating movements for change using benefit concerts, song and other artistic traditions

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09.04.21 15:00 Why Some Airports Are Hiring Beekeepers

Beehives create green spaces where you'd least expect them

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09.04.21 14:20 The Day Soviet Aircraft Attacked American Pilots

Schlagwörter: Superfortresses, Outmaneuvered, Superfortress, Smithsonian’s, Thunderjets

On that April 'Black Thursday' 70 years ago, the air war over Korea changed as the Allies scrambled to counter the superior MiG-15 jet fighter

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08.04.21 14:39 How Museum Collections Advance Knowledge of Human Health

Schlagwörter: Biosystematics, Onchocerciasis, Communications, Smithsonian’s, Dana-Farber’s

Surprisingly, mosquitoes, leeches, parasites, birds and minerals can be important sources for research to fight cancer and prevent disease

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07.04.21 15:29 Follow Dante’s Footsteps Through Italy

Schlagwörter: Florence—including, Cacciaguida, Bellincione, Renaissance, Smithsonian

For the 700th anniversary of the poet’s death, visit his birthplace, churches and tomb

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07.04.21 15:00 Some of Europe’s Oldest-Known Modern Humans Are Distantly Related to Native Americans

Schlagwörter: Americans—including, Interestingly, Smithsonian’s, Neanderthals, Anthropology

Genome sequencing shows some individuals share family ties with surprising populations, and all boast plenty of Neanderthal relatives

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07.04.21 14:28 Watch How Zookeepers Give Animals Their Meds

Schlagwörter: Smithsonian’s, Conservation, Smithsonian, Department, Sometimes

It takes more than just a spoonful of sugar to entice compliance from geckos, red pandas, kiwis and monkeys

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06.04.21 17:45 Gender-Inclusive Language Puts an End to the Era of 'Manned' Spaceflight

Schlagwörter: Specifically, Recognizing, Tereshkova, Spacecraft, America’s

It is time to honor six decades of women's contributions to spaceflight, says the Air and Space Museum, with unbiased verbs like 'crewed' or 'piloted'

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06.04.21 13:17 Drones Are Delivering Covid-19 Vaccines to Underserved Communities

Schlagwörter: Oxford-AstraZeneca’s, Francisco-based, Administration, Maryland-based, Pucciarella

The company Zipline is using the technology to provide medical resources to rural areas in markets around the world

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06.04.21 13:00 Why Are Scientists Studying Coral's Smell?

Schlagwörter: Characterizing, Oceanographic, Massachusetts, Bhattacharya, Pocillopora

Gassy chemicals may tell tales of coral health and climate change

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06.04.21 12:00 From Books Bound in Human Skin to Occult Texts, These Are Literature's Most Macabre, Surprising and Curious Creations

Schlagwörter: Brooke-Hitching’s, Brooke-Hitchings, Brooke-Hitching, Massachusetts, Inaccessible

A new tome takes readers into collector Edward Brooke-Hitching's "madman's library"

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06.04.21 10:00 Did Shakespeare Base His Masterpieces on Works by an Obscure Elizabethan Playwright?

Schlagwörter: Shakespeare’s, Unfortunately, Shakespearean, Pennsylvania, Shakespeare

The new book "North by Shakespeare" examines the link between the Bard of Avon and Sir Thomas North

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05.04.21 15:45 The Space Telescope That Could Find a Second Earth

What will it take to capture images of a distant world capable of harboring life?

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05.04.21 14:50 Why These Five Women Changemakers in American Art Deserve Reconsideration

Schlagwörter: Massachusetts, University’s, Sekimachi’s, Surrealist, California

A rising scholar of equality issues in American Art dives into the Smithsonian collections to find dynamic stories for her upcoming webcomic series

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05.04.21 13:00 The Thorny Politics of Presidential Portraiture

Schlagwörter: African-Americans, Smithsonian-wide, Smithsonian’s, Philadelphia, Gallery—the

In a new podcast, the National Portrait Gallery reveals that a portrait is being commissioned of the former president

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05.04.21 12:00 Listening to Nature Gives You a Real Rocky Mountain High

Schlagwörter: University’s, Proceedings, Pinpointing, Yellowstone, Colorado’s

Sounds like birdsong and flowing water may alleviate stress, help lower blood pressure and lead to feelings of tranquility

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05.04.21 11:00 This London Building Tells the Story of a Century's Worth of Disease and Epidemics

Schlagwörter: University, Collection, Middlesex, Hackney’s, Victorian

In the borough of Hackney, a 'disinfecting station' ostensibly kept the public safe from the spread of infectious illness

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02.04.21 12:00 These Prehistoric Sharks Had Jaws Shaped Like Circular Saws and Sawtoothed Scissors

Schlagwörter: Paleoichthyologists, Helicoprion, Ridiculous, Ferromirum, University

CT scans and visualization tools are now allowing scientists to recreate the weird cartilaginous structures of ancient predators

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02.04.21 10:00 One Hundred Years Ago, Einstein Was Given a Hero's Welcome by America's Jews

Schlagwörter: Kormos-Buchwald, Arab-populated, Star-Spangled, Organization, Declaration

The German physicist toured the nation as a fundraiser for Zionist causes, even though he was personally torn on the topic of a Jewish nation

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01.04.21 18:00 How the Dinosaur-Killing Asteroid Spurred the Evolution of the Modern Rainforest

Schlagwörter: Araucariaceae, Pennsylvania, Smithsonian, Identifying, University

New evidence from fossil plants shows today’s South American rainforests arose in the wake of Earth’s fifth mass extinction

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01.04.21 16:00 Learn About Dogs, Mangroves, Community Gardens and Meet a Scientist

Schlagwörter: Smithsonian’s, Oceanographic, Conversations, Postdoctoral, Smithsonian

Stream these free programs and more this April through the Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History

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01.04.21 14:26 Time Travel Into Panama's Deep History With This Richly Illustrated New Graphic Novel

Schlagwörter: PANAMARTINA.COM, Communications, Smithsonian, Development, Technology

'Martina and the Bridge of Time' tells the story of the Isthmus' formation and evolution through the adventures of a young Panamanian girl

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01.04.21 13:01 These Are the Winners of Smithsonian Magazine's 18th Annual Photo Contest

Schlagwörter: Smithsonian, Washington, Indigenous, Throughout, National

From India to Antarctica, these pictures capture the passion, solitude and surprise of a year unlike any other

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01.04.21 13:00 In Search of the Authentic Ernest Hemingway

Schlagwörter: Hemingway—vulnerable, Smithsonian’s, Psychiatrist, Pennsylvania, University’s

An upcoming PBS documentary prompts a deep-dive into the story behind this rarely published Smithsonian portrait of the legendary writer

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01.04.21 11:00 Women Resistance Fighters of WWII, the Secret Lives of Ants and Other New Books to Read

Schlagwörter: Ghettos—Yiddish, Nazi-occupied, Three-Martini, Massachusetts, Warsaw-based

These April releases elevate overlooked stories and offer insights on oft-discussed topics

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31.03.21 19:00 Illustrator Jessica Esch Fell Down a 'Rabbit Hole' and Hasn't Emerged Yet

Schlagwörter: Documentation, Rydingsvard’s, WalkingStick, Typelooping, Decorative

During the pandemic, the Archives of American Art provided refuge and a place for artistic inspiration

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31.03.21 18:04 Meet With an Egyptologist at Tell el-Amarna and 25 Other Smithsonian Associates Programs Streaming in April

Schlagwörter: Egyptologist, Muir-Harmony, Invertebrate, Simms-Burton, Smithsonian

Check out tapestry weaving, lunch with a curator and virtual study tours produced by the world’s largest museum-based educational program

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31.03.21 15:38 Men Have Feared Women For Millennia. Just Look at the Monsters of Greek Mythology

Schlagwörter: V]oraciousness, Metamorphoses, Metropolitan, Aristophanes, Renaissance

A new collection of essays considers how the villainous women of classical antiquity, from Medusa to the Sphinx, resonate in contemporary Western society

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31.03.21 12:00 14 Fun Facts About Cicadas

Schlagwörter: Mathematically, Locust-lovers, Experiencing, Connecticut, Hemipterans

Amazing details about the buzzing insects set to storm the United States this spring

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30.03.21 17:24 The Quarter-Century Reign of the All-Women Mariachi Reyna de Los Angeles

Schlagwörter: Hernández—infuses, Queen”)—along, Smithsonian, Initiatives, Eventually

Far from a “girl band” or pop novelty, the group’s success is a hard-earned triumph of gender justice

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30.03.21 13:43 The Surprising Story of the Smithsonian Sunburst

Schlagwörter: Smithsonian’s, Enlightenment, Smithsonian, Institution, Celebration

Crimilda Pontes was the Institution’s first official graphic designer and the designer of the iconic sunburst symbol

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30.03.21 13:33 How the Rosenwald Schools Shaped a Generation of Black Leaders

Schlagwörter: German-Jewish, Preservation, Photographer, Washington’s, Hill-Wheeler

Photographer Andrew Feiler's years-long journey through 15 Southern states rescued stories of the fading buildings and the lives they changed

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30.03.21 12:00 Why You Can't Spot a Liar Just By Looking

Schlagwörter: Psychologists, International, Authorities, University, California

Psychologists say you can't confirm deception by the way a person acts—but experts are zeroing in other methods that might actually work

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29.03.21 18:00 Female Fire Lookouts Have Been Saving the Wilderness for Over a Century

Schlagwörter: California’s, Association, Bissonnette, Desolation, Washington

Spotting smoke from towers on high peaks could have been deemed 'man's work,' but a few pioneers paved the way for generations of women to do the job

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