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Map of Virginia, discovered and as described by Captain John Smith, 1606; engraved by William Hole. (Wikicommons photo: Library of Congress)
Map of Virginia, discovered and as described by Captain John Smith, 1606; engraved by William Hole. (Wikicommons photo: Library of Congress)
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Scientists Find Evidence of Cannibalism at Jamestown Settlement

Scientists revealed Wednesday that they have found the first solid archaeological evidence that some of the earliest American colonists at Jamestown, Va., survived harsh conditions by turning to cannibalism.

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Kepler 62 Diagram (NASA.gov)
Kepler 62 Diagram (NASA.gov)
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2 Planets Discovered, Could be Ideal for Alien Life Forms, NASA Says

NASA's planet-hunting telescope has discovered two planets that seem like ideal places for some sort of life to flourish. They are just the right size and in just the right place near their star.

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Scientists Make Mouse Brains Transparent, Revealing Anatomy

Stanford University scientists have found a way to make see-through mouse brains.

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Scientists Welcome Proposal For Brain Research

Scientists are hailing today's proposal from President Barack Obama that Congress spend $100 million next year to start a project that will explore details of the brain.

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NASA's Curiosity Rover Captures Mars
A view of Mount Sharp is seen in the distance taken by NASA's Curiosity rover front hazcam. (Photo by NASA/JPL-Caltech via Getty Images)
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Life on Mars? Rover Rock Tests Raise the Possibility

NASA scientists say tests on a Mars rock show the planet could have supported primitive life.

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Flickr User Mr. T in DC
Flickr User Mr. T in DC
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Heat Spike Unlike Anything in 11,000 Years

A new study looking at 11,000 years of climate temperatures shows the world in the middle of a dramatic U-turn, lurching from near-record cooling to a heat spike.

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Autism in New Jersey (Flickr: hepingting)
Autism in New Jersey (Flickr: hepingting)
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NJ Medical School Receives $2.1M for Autism Research

Research that will focus on stem cells as a means of unlocking some of the mysteries surrounding Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) has earned a $2.125 million grant from the New Jersey Governor's Council for Medical Research and Treatment of Autism. 

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Great White Shark Tagging off East Coast (Facebook.com via Ocearch)
Great White Shark Tagging off East Coast (Facebook.com via Ocearch)
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Tagged Great White Shark Moving Back to East Coast

The 3,500-pound great white shark headed north after spending weeks off the Southeast coast. Mary Lee, one of only two great whites ever tagged in the North Atlantic, got as far south as Jacksonville Beach, Fla., several weeks ago. But in recent days, she's made a bee line north.

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Chimpanzee (Facebook photo via Chimp Haven Inc.)
Chimpanzee (Facebook photo via Chimp Haven Inc.)
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Retire Most Research Chimps, Govt. Scientists Urge

Government scientists have agreed that all but 50 of hundreds of chimpanzees kept for federally funded research should be retired from labs and sent to a national sanctuary.

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(Photo by NASA/JPL-Caltech/T. Pyle via Getty Images)
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Billions of Earth-Sized Planets in the Milky Way, Study Shows

Astronomers hunting for Earth-like planets now have many places to look. A new estimate released Monday suggested the Milky Way galaxy is home to at least 17 billion planets similar in size to our planet.

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