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The Duncan grapefruit has been described as "the finest, sweetest grapefruit" in the world, but after 187 years as the reigning  of the American...

Twenty-one is the lucky number for paleontologists in Australia: That's the "globally unparalleled" number of different varieties of dinosaur prints they...

It's the key to getting every last drop. All DiscoverMagazine.com content

The San people of South Africa, an indigenous group often called "bushmen" by Westerners, have been the subject of countless scientific...

Radiocarbon dating, made possible by nuclear tests, is helping scientists pinpoint when elephants were slaughtered. National Geographic News

Women's History Month: Rain Bosworth is investigating how deafness affects perception, cognition in babies Science360 News Service: Complete

Make no mistake, contact dermatitis is no joke, as this poor woman learned firsthand. The culprit? Squeezing limes and lemons for a large batch of...

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One woman was all that stood between thalidomide and America. All DiscoverMagazine.com content