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A new transgenic grass species can neutralize and eradicate RDX—a toxic compound widely used in explosives since World War II. On military live fire training ranges, troops practice firing artillery shells, drop bombs on old tanks or derelict buildings, and test the...

source: Futurity

Berlin-based olfactory artist Sissel Tolaas creates "smellscapes" of major cities. She is one of the most respected olfaction experts in the world and has turned collecting, dissecting, and engineering smells into a life mission....

source: Atlas Obscura

The [Tenement] Museum, which is dedicated to the stories of late-19th- and early-20th-century immigrants to New York, cherishes the mission "to connect past to present, so we talk about immigrants historically to help us shed light...

source: The Forward

Washington, D.C.'s newest religious museum is set to unveil next year with a location only three blocks from the U.S. Capitol. Recently, The Museum of the Bible released information on the $42 million high-tech experience visitors...

source: Curbed, Washington, DC

Toronto's Aga Khan Museum is offering free admission to all Syrian newcomers during the run of their exhibition "Syria: A Living History," which opens Nov. 22 and closes on February 26, 2017. Director and CEO Henry Kim said, "We want...

source: Art Forum

At North Carolina Children's Hospital, immune-compromised kids can experience the natural environment while getting around hospital rules - digging in dirt, poking into pitcher plants and observing other wonders of nature otherwise prohibited - thanks to a new device called...

source: Fox News


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