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Designer Creates Biodegradable Containers Out of Cow's Milk

Andrew LaSane

Before plastic was a petroleum-based synthetic material, it was made with totally natural proteins.

House Your Plant in a Pokemon-Shaped Pot

Rebecca OConnell

Bulbasaur is perfect for housing your succulent.

Morning Cup of Links: The Salem Witch Trials

Miss Cellania

Start your day right with these great links!

12 Uses for Pickle Juice

Miss Cellania

If you love pickles—whether sweet, dill, garlic, or bread-and-butter—you should be using that delicious leftover pickle juice for other things once they're gone. Here are a few suggestions.

Meet the Flapper Who Introduced Giant Pandas to the World

Kirstin Fawcett

In 1936, socialite Ruth Harkness became the first person to bring a live giant panda from China to the U.S.

5 Questions: Dale is So Pale

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Scientists Say These (Mostly Wild) Mammals Make the Best Pets

Shaunacy Ferro

If you're trying to choose between a ferret and a hedgehog, go ferret.

8 (Mostly) Caffeine-Free Habits to Energize You in the Morning

Presented by Allstate.

How 18th- and 19th-Century Babies Contributed to Science

Kate Horowitz

Researchers say the bodies of infants and fetuses were a ‘prized source of knowledge’ for British anatomists.

Mathematicians Have Developed an Equation for the Perfect Climbing Rope

Anna Green

The theoretical cord wouldn't just break a climber's fall—it would also brake it.

Watch a Powerful Electromagnet Shrink a Quarter to Half Its Size

Michele Debczak

Don't try this experiment at home.

Russian Explorer Embarks on a Solo Round-The-World Trip in a Hot Air Balloon

Kirstin Fawcett

Fedor Konyukhov, 64, hopes to set a new Guinness World Record.

A Seattle Man Purchased an Extremely Rare Nintendo 64DD Off Craigslist

Rudie Obias

The 1999 Nintendo add-on was such a failure in Japan that it was never released in U.S. markets. Which makes it even more valuable.

You Can Take an Exclusive Tour of the Russian Space Program for $14,500

Michele Debczak

The price tag includes a look at a live rocket launch.

NASA Launches DNA Sequencer Into Space for the First Time

Andrew LaSane

Now astronauts can test samples in space instead of sending them back to Earth.