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Dancer Profile: Mr. Jeff Sun
Shen Yun Performing Arts lead dancer performing in practicum, Mr. Jeff Sun has liked art since a young ...
December 22, 2013
Slow Loris: Cute But Toxic (Video)
See this video of a cute slow loris eating banana.
March 1, 2013
30 Things Physicians and Patients Should Question
Choosing Wisely, an initiative of the American Board of Internal Medicine, released today 26 lists of things physicians ...
February 21, 2013
3D Printing Pen Allows Creation from Drawing (Video)
3Doodler, a Kickstarter project launched yesterday, features a pen with 3D printing functions that allows one to create ...
February 20, 2013
Raining Spiders in Brazil?
A rain of spiders was recorded on Feb. 3 in Santo Antonio da Platina, Brazil.
February 12, 2013
Artist Profile: Yuxuan Liu
Ms. Liu studied piano, singing, and painting from a young age, but she chose classical Chinese dance as ...
July 27, 2012
Journal of Visualized Experiments: Scientific Research Presented in Videos
JoVE makes replicating research easy by creating videos where research authors demonstrate how to carry out the experiments.
July 23, 2012
Artist Profile: Gary Hao Xian Liu
Growing up in Sydney, Liu had a strong desire to know more about his Chinese heritage. Eager to ...
July 18, 2012
Ominous Mushroom Cloud Hangs Over Beijing (Video)
A gigantic glowing mushroom cloud dominated the Beijing skyline last Thursday, disconcerting many residents, who were concerned it ...
June 20, 2012
Artist Profile: Ms. Na Chen
Classical Chinese dance requires hard work and self-discipline, but Ms. Na Chen thinks it is worth it.
June 15, 2012
Artist Profile: Ms. Chia-Ling Chen
Ms. Chia-Ling Chen has her philosophy of dance. It isn’t about the technique, she said, but the inner ...
May 23, 2012
2012 USA Science & Engineering Festival (Photos)
The 2012 USA Science & Engineering Festival held its Grand Finale Expo at the at the Walter E. ...
May 2, 2012
NIH Director Francis Collins Sings About Science at the USA Science & Engineering Festival
Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), sings about science at the 2012 USA ...
April 30, 2012
Aldebaran Robotics’ NAO Robots Dance at the USA Science & Engineering Festival
Aldebaran Robotics presents its NAO robots, which dance for the audience at the 2012 USA Science & Engineering ...
April 29, 2012
Bureau of Land Management at the USA Science & Engineering Festival
Eric Antrim, civil engineer of the Bureau of Land Management, is at the USA Science & Engineering Festival ...
April 28, 2012
USA Science & Engineering Festival: Video Vignettes
The Epoch Times is on site at the USA Science & Engineering Festival; here we show a few ...
April 28, 2012
Bringing Out the Hidden Scientist in You
Imagine assisting astronomers with classifying galaxies, observing solar storms, or finding new planets—all in the comfort of your ...
April 4, 2012
Bacteria Use ‘Chemical Twitter’ and ‘Prisoner’s Dilemma’ to Make Decisions
Research finds that bacteria may communicate with one another and make decisions based on game theory.
March 27, 2012
SCIENCE IN PICS: Tweet for the Sparrow
Sparrows are in the family Passeridae and occur in most parts of the world.
March 20, 2012
Sugar From Injured Fish Signals Danger to Shoal (Video)
Some schooling fish have an unusual way of warning others of predation—when they are injured, they release something ...
February 23, 2012
High Heels Worn Long-Term Strains Leg Muscles
Study finds that wearing high heels long-term strains the muscles in the legs.
February 5, 2012
Software Engineer Emotionally Touched by Shen Yun
“It’s wonderful. The show is absolutely uplifting. It is deeply spiritual. It makes me feel … ” an ...
January 7, 2012
Shen Yun ‘The closest thing to Heaven on Earth,’ Says Artist
Barbara Wallerstein, a retired visual artist and high school arts teacher, loved the mythology and ancient Chinese culture ...
January 7, 2012
New Particle Discovered at Large Hadron Collider
Scientists analyzing data from the ATLAS experiment found a new particle—the Chi-b(3P). (ATLAS Experiment © 2007 CERN)
January 3, 2012
SCIENCE IN PICS: Jupiter Appears Below the Moon Tonight
Tonight, Jupiter can be seen just below the moon, at an angle of about five degrees.
January 3, 2012
Science Discoveries of 2011
Scientists made many interesting and significant discoveries in 2011.
December 27, 2011
Raining Apples Halt Rush-Hour Traffic in UK
More than one hundred small green apples fell out of the sky on the evening of Dec. 12, ...
December 19, 2011
5 Killed as Gunman Opens Fire at Illinois Warehouse
Japanese Prime Minister Nominates Trump for Nobel Peace Prize
Colin Kaepernick Settles National Anthem Kneeling Collusion Case Against NFL:Reports
Networks Kept ‘No Collusion’ Senate Investigation Result Off Evening Newscasts, Report Says
Active Shooter at Industrial Park in Illinois: Police
Poll: Trump Voters Support National Emergency for Border Wall; Approval Rating at 50 Percent
Angel Moms Confront CNN Reporter in Rose Garden
McCabe’s Story, If True, Describes Coup Attempt on Trump, Harvard Constitutional Scholar Says
US-China Trade Talks to Resume in Washington Next Week, Trump Hints at Extension
Video: After CNN’s Acosta Claims Trump ‘Concocting’ a National Emergency, President Responds