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In the 1870s, an American woman could not vote. She could not own property in her own name after marriage. But she could play ball. . .
The earth moves in mysterious ways
Is it just a glorified plank with roller skate wheels on it? Or is it a highly engineered device through which kids have reclaimed the urban landscape, bringing creativity and style back to the sterile asphalt spaces of sprawl?
Follow our crew as they visit the Dry Valleys and hike the slopes of volcanic Mt. Erebus.
Find out why wind resistance is a big drag for bicyclists, and use our calculator to estimate drag for yourself.
Click to access this guide and print it for your chaperones.
Our collaboration with Public Radio International's The World. With Public Radio International, we're taking technology news beyond the headlines.
A window on regeneration
Why do road bikes have thin tires, while mountain bikes have fat tires?
Images of images of images can appear to repeat forever.
Explore the places, people, tools, and ideas behind the origins of matter, the universe, and life itself.
An audio program about love, passion, and obsession.
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