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A Century of Preserving Our National Treasures A Century of Preserving Our National Treasures

A Century of Preserving Our National Treasures

With more than 400 National Park Service sites spanning 84 million acres, ranging from battlefields and monuments to parks, seashores and rivers, you truly can choose your own adventure.

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The Science of Spicy Foods

The Science of Spicy Foods

If spicy food is painful, why do so many people love it? It turns out there’s a lot going on in our bodies when we eat something spicy.

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Inflatable Module Attached to Space Station

Inflatable Module Attached to Space Station

The International Space Station's newest module could mean the future of space exploration is inflatable.

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Wanted: Lifelong Learners

Wanted: Lifelong Learners

Educators are combining problem- and project-based learning curriculum to help students develop the passion and curiosity to keep learning after graduation.

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Fueling Your Car with Seaweed

Fueling Your Car with Seaweed

Biofuel made from microalgae could help reduce our reliance on fossil fuels — and clean up the environment, too.

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Can Talcum Powder Cause Cancer?

Talc Linked to Cancer

Some people claim that talc causes cancer. But how can such a widely used product, in some cases lauded for its gentle touch, be able to cause such harm?

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Dams Thwart Fish

Dams Thwart Ancient Instincts

The dams that benefit human civilization are barriers to migratory fish, and environmental restoration projects are looking to break them.

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