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Horseshoe crab blood is key to making a Covid-19 vaccine (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by zuhayeer 7 hours ago | past | discuss
Horseshoe crab blood is key to making Covid-19 vaccine, but ecosystem may suffer (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by Reedx 18 hours ago | past | 1 comment
Libraries are writing a new chapter during the pandemic (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by ingve 23 hours ago | past | discuss
Why our minds can't make sense of Covid-19's enormous death toll (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by pseudolus 2 days ago | past | discuss
Beavers became North America's best firefighter (nationalgeographic.com)
4 points by cw 3 days ago | past | discuss
Mysterious carvings and evidence of human sacrifice uncovered in ancient city (nationalgeographic.com)
53 points by Reedx 7 days ago | past | 32 comments
Mouse found atop a 22,000-foot volcano, breaking world record (nationalgeographic.com)
190 points by greenyoda 8 days ago | past | 70 comments
Giant Pacific Octopus (nationalgeographic.com)
221 points by simonebrunozzi 9 days ago | past | 190 comments
Transinistria, the Area Between Moldova and Ukraine (nationalgeographic.com)
39 points by atsaloli 10 days ago | past | 56 comments
Phosphine on Venus: Possible sign of life stirs up heated debate (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by jacksonpollock 10 days ago | past | discuss
Why does the U.S. have so many Chinatowns? (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by onetimemanytime 11 days ago | past | discuss
91% of plastic isn't recycled (2018) (nationalgeographic.com)
433 points by adrian_mrd 12 days ago | past | 244 comments
The French Revolution not only toppled a king–it also forged the metric system (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by sanatgersappa 12 days ago | past | discuss
Possible sign of life on Venus stirs up heated debate (nationalgeographic.com)
3 points by nabla9 13 days ago | past | discuss
The Permian Extinction–When Life Nearly Came to an End (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by baxtr 14 days ago | past
Foreboding orange skies cast more than a pall over Northern California (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by based2 14 days ago | past
Fossil 'sea monster' found in Antarctica was the heaviest of its kind (nationalgeographic.com)
3 points by vinnyglennon 14 days ago | past
Unintentional genetic engineering – grafted plants trade genes (2009) (nationalgeographic.com)
3 points by mromanuk 18 days ago | past
They were famous–and delivered your mail with USPS (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by tdhttt 19 days ago | past
Hong Kong mourns the end of its way of life (nationalgeographic.com)
323 points by frrp 21 days ago | past | 266 comments
Racist housing policies have created some oppressively hot neighborhoods (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by albird 22 days ago | past
Gertrude Elion's “antiviral odyssey” (nationalgeographic.com)
43 points by tdhttt 25 days ago | past | 6 comments
Why is America running out of water? (nationalgeographic.com)
25 points by jelliclesfarm 27 days ago | past | 23 comments
The surreal art of ‘unnatural lighting’ (nationalgeographic.com)
347 points by tumidpandora 28 days ago | past | 87 comments
Promising coronavirus treatments are saving lives (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by 44033 29 days ago | past
The robotics revolution is here, and it's changing how we live (nationalgeographic.com)
109 points by DamnInteresting 34 days ago | past | 48 comments
The robotics revolution is here, and it's changing how we live (nationalgeographic.com)
3 points by prostoalex 34 days ago | past
Poachers in Russia target world's largest reindeer herd for their antler velvet (nationalgeographic.com)
2 points by jctwinkle 35 days ago | past
The Robot Revolution has arrived (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by op03 39 days ago | past
Mysterious carvings and evidence of human sacrifice uncovered in Shimao (nationalgeographic.com)
1 point by Jerry2 39 days ago | past

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