Dr. James Naismith invented basketball in December 1891. The first game was played with two peach baskets and a soccer ball.
Cecily the Chicken is headed for the (operating) table.
You've never heard Beethoven quite like this before.
"No Fuelin', We're Poolin'" sought to extol the benefits of carpooling.
The only thing better than bubbles is more bubbles (according to most children).
Not sure what to get the adventurous foodie who’s tried everything from bugs to rotted shark meat? Kazutaka Hasegawa has an idea for you: Crackers made from Bathynomus giganteus—a.k.a.
By scanning health records, IBM and CVS hope to stop emergency room visits before they happen.
Think of it as some of the original farm-to-table cuisine.
The car may look silly, but it's built for speed.
39 years after its arrival at the facility, and on the 70th anniversary of the Hiroshima bombing, the tree is being honored.
It’s also providing researchers with data on how people learn musical skills.
Cecil is gone, but his image lives on in art and other tributes.
Just because someone's invented something, it doesn't mean that they're happy with the end result.
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