In the 1940s there were 5,000 scholars from China -- some stayed in the U.S. and some went back to China after 1949
Jason Socrates Bardi, Editor
Interpreting clues from 500-year-old book required math developed long after initial publication.
Andrew Silver, Contributor
Scientists try to uncover the brilliance of Leonardo da Vinci.
Joel Shurkin, Contributor
Skeletons reveal medieval people ingested lead from fancy pottery.
Using data from military bases, experts hope to track the next flu epidemic.
Crooning to the upper tier.
70th anniversary of the Hiroshima atomic bombing (infographic)
Michael Greshko, Contributor
It wasn’t sanitation that spread the disease.
Ancient Romans ate meals most Americans would recognize.
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