Africa is the birthplace of humankind and knowing its history is essential for understanding the global society that's grown around it. Here, you'll discover resources on the continent's prominent historical figures, complex racial politics, and turbulent military past.
The San people of the Kalahari practice a healing dance in an all-night ritual by the community to produce an altered state.
Colors have different meanings in different cultures. Here's a chart that details color meanings around the world.
Dream of rain, wind, storms, or other weather last night? Here's how to interpret what it means. Plus, what it says about your emotions...
This is a collection of science clipart and diagrams, including safety signs, lab equipment, experiments, and more.
Cells generally remain stationary but there are times when they must move. Responding to signals, cells move in a fashion that is akin to crawling.
Learn how to build an economical, eco-friendly home using compressed earth blocks (CEBs). See photos of an actual construction project in Mexico.
Freedom Tower may be David Childs' most recognizable building, but his career spans over decades representing Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM).
The body contains trillions of cells of varying shapes and sizes. The 10 different types of cells in the body work together to make life possible.
Quotes on politics, women, justice, and life by Hillary Rodham Clinton, presidential candidate, first lady, and United States Senator.
Explore the life and work of Daniel Libeskind, born in Poland on May 12, 1946 but known in the US as the master planner of Ground Zero reconstruction.
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