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Butterfly Wings: More Than Meets the Eye

By Kimberly Solis on March 26, 2015
Butterfly Wings: More Than Meets the Eye

For humans seeing butterflies fluttering around with their beautiful brightly colored wings is a joyful sight. However not for their natural predators like lizards, spiders, and birds. To them, the vibrant hues are a reminder of a bad-tasting species that are best avoided. For those not easily duped, some butterflies also have eyespots on their wings. According to researchers, this tricks would-be predators into thinking that the insect is a larger animal, like an owl

Video Of The Week - Tony Stark Fits Disabled Boy With An Iron Man Arm

By Meera Dolasia on March 23, 2015
Video Of The Week - Tony Stark Fits Disabled Boy With An Iron Man Arm

What's better than meeting your favorite superhero? How about receiving a bionic arm from him? That's exactly what seven-year-old Alex experienced recently, when he met with Robert Downey Jr. aka Tony Stark!

Dallas Seavey Wins Iditarod Third Time In Four Years!

By Meera Dolasia on March 22, 2015
Dallas Seavey Wins Iditarod Third Time In Four Years!

For most mushers, even completing the Iditarod aka the Last Great Race On Earth, is a big achievement. But don't tell that to Mitch and Dallas Seavey. They have dominated the thousand-mile sled dog race across Alaska for the last four years. 28-year-old Dallas, who took top billing in 2012 and 2013, was once again the first to cross the finish line in Nome at 4.13 am on Wednesday March 18th.

NAO, The Humanoid Robot Helps Students Master Handwriting Skills

By Sarah Benton Feitlinger on March 21, 2015
NAO, The Humanoid Robot Helps Students Master Handwriting Skills

Just a few weeks ago, NAO, the humanoid robot made headlines when it became Mitsubishi Bank's first non-human employee. Now the cute 23-inch tall robot that weighs a mere 5.5 kilograms (12.7 pounds) is in the news again. This time around NAO is helping students develop good handwriting skills.

Tiny Wood Frogs Survive Winter By Partially Freezing Their Bodies

By Jennifer Farrell on March 19, 2015
Tiny Wood Frogs Survive Winter By Partially Freezing Their Bodies

Most animals that hibernate during cold winter months have thick coats of fur or layers of fat to protect them. However, the Rana sylvatica species of the wood frog that can be found in Alaska and the Arctic Circle has neither. Therefore this tiny amphibian has adapted by freezing and thawing itself depending on the external temperature.

Video Of The Week - Lincoln Middle School Basketball Players Display Incredible "Bully Handling" Skills!

By Meera Dolasia on March 16, 2015
Video Of The Week - Lincoln Middle School Basketball Players Display Incredible "Bully Handling" Skills!

Some Wisconsin basketball players are being lauded not for their ball handling, but bully handling skills. Last year, seventh graders from Lincoln Middle School in Kenosha, Wisconsin were in the midst of a basketball game when they overheard some bullies heckling Desiree Andrews, a cheerleader who has Down syndrome.

How Jan Scheuermann Controlled A Fighter Jet Simulator Using Only Her Mind

By Kendall Costello on March 16, 2015
How Jan Scheuermann Controlled A Fighter Jet Simulator Using Only Her Mind

In 1996, Jan Scheuermann, a successful businesswoman and mother of two, began to notice her legs were not quite moving along with the rest of her body. A visit to the doctor revealed that she suffered from spinocerebellar degeneration, a rare genetic disease where the brain gradually loses connection to body muscles. By 2003, Jan had lost all ability to control her limbs and was paralyzed from the neck down.

Mythical Lost City Discovered in Honduras

By Jennifer Farrell on March 14, 2015
Mythical Lost City Discovered in Honduras

It sounds like the plot from a National Treasure movie, but this time, the discovery of an ancient city in Central America is real! On February 25th, researchers emerged from La Mosquitia, a very remote jungle area of Honduras, with some incredible news. They had been able to locate the mythical “White City,” rumors of which have persisted since the 16th Century.

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