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Equipped with a tiny pair of goggles, Obi the parrotlet is braving haze and lasers to help researchers learn what happens when a bird flaps its wings.

How a Goggle-Wearing Parrot Could Help Future Robots Fly

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At the #ingenuityawards, a special, yet bittersweet, recognition.

Read the Letter Written by John Glenn to Honor Jeff Bezos for Blue Origin

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Smithsonian magazine presents the American Ingenuity Awards, honoring revolutionary breakthroughs in the arts and sciences, education and social progress, featuring Aziz Ansari, OK Go, David Lynch, Jeff Bezos, and more.

“Thanks to her,” John Frederick Nims writes in his love poem to gravity, “All’s gala in the galaxy.” Such a deep appreciation for gravity’s wonderful predictability is, just...
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Smithsonian magazine presents the American Ingenuity Awards, honoring revolutionary breakthroughs in the arts and sciences, education and social progress, featuring Aziz Ansari, OK Go, David Lynch, Jeff Bezos, and more.

“Thanks to her,” John Frederick Nims writes in his love poem to gravity, “All’s gala in the galaxy.” Such a deep appreciation for gravity’s wonderful predictability is, just...
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Some architects and urbanists believe that the skyscraper offers one important solution to climate issues.

How Trump Tower Takes the Skyscraper Debate to New Heights

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Thanks to scientists who probe every inch of the globe, one increasingly common source for discovering natural compounds is the ocean.

Will the Next Big Cancer Drug Come From the Ocean?

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"There's one place in the Great Plains where most of these migrating birds stop to rest." Fly over Cheyenne Bottoms, near Great Bend, Kansas in this "Aerial America" clip from Smithsonian Channel.

Half of All North American Shorebirds Use This Rest Stop

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Jeanette Rankin was the first woman elected to Congress and the only person to cast a vote against entering World War II.

Only One Person Voted Against the United States Entering World War II

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John Glenn, the first American to orbit the Earth and the last living member of NASA’s Mercury Seven team, has died in Ohio. He was 95.

A Smithsonian Curator Remembers Astronaut and U.S. Senator John Glenn

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In an act of retaliatory vengeance for the burning of Canadian settlements, the British army set fire to the American capital.

The Sole American Killed in the 1814 Burning of D.C. Was Related to George Washington

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A dinosaur tail trapped in amber could help fill in the gaps on the evolutionary timeline.

This 99-Million-Year-Old Dinosaur Tail Trapped in Amber Hints at Feather Evolution

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For employees at the Berkeley Pit, the incoming geese were a nightmare.

Thousands of Snow Geese Die at Abandoned Pit Mine

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The BBC is sponsoring a worldwide edit-a-thon today to improve the online encyclopedia’s coverage of women.

Help the BBC Close Wikipedia’s Gender Gap

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Final hurrah: Researchers here on Earth are already seeing the fruits of Cassini’s goodbye tour in a magnificent series of images of Saturn’s north pole.

Check Out New Pictures of Saturn From Cassini’s Latest Orbit

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New research suggests that skimping on even just a few hours of sleep greatly increases the risk of crashing.

Sleep-Deprived Drivers Can Be as Dangerous as Drunk Ones

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This boozy cider is actually truest to the drink's earliest form, with roots dating back millennia.

The Ancient Origins of Apple Cider

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The Electoral College polarized Americans from its inception.

The Electoral College Has Been Divisive Since Day One

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Meet the first winners of Smithsonian's African Art Awards. National Museum of African Art

Evoking a Ship's Rippling Sail, This New Sculpture Aims to Make Global Connections

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Researchers have mapped millions of high-resolution satellite images to document Earth's surface water history going back three decades.

High-Resolution Satellite Images Capture Stunning View of Earth's Changing Waters

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