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Tripoli's Niemeyer Fairground Recalls Happier Times Before Civil War
In northern Lebanon, a complex of sweeping buildings designed by renowned architect Oscar Niemeyer reminds people of more peaceful times.
Higher-Tech Fake Eggs Offer Better Clues To Wild Bird Behavior
Faux eggs made with 3-D printers are better than sculpted versions, researchers say, because it's easier to systematically vary their size, weight and other features. Next goal: 3-D fragile shells.
NYU Changes Its Policy On Reviewing Applicants' Criminal Background
NYU has announced that when looking at applications, it will initially overlook the criminal record of prospective students.
Trial Of 'Washington Post' Reporter Jason Rezaian Begins In Iran
NPR's Robert Siegel speaks with Douglas Jehl, the foreign editor of the Washington Post, about the closed trial, which began Tuesday in Iran.
Revisiting The Crystal Clarity Created By The 'Decca Sound' Revolution
In the 1940s, recording engineers perfected new sound techniques that were used in World War II — and which launched a hi-fi revolution. Lloyd Schwartz reviews the new 53-CD Decca box set.
A Neurosurgeon Reflects On The 'Awe And Mystery' Of The Brain
In his memoir Do No Harm, Henry Marsh confesses to the uncertainties he's dealt with as a surgeon, revisits his triumphs and failures and reflects on the enigmas of the brain and consciousness.
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