Tape Is Ruining Priceless Art. This New Gel Can Fix It.

Tape Is Ruining Priceless Art. This New Gel Can Fix It. The common trick to fix a tear has plagued art conservators, but chemists are developing newer and safer methods to restore old art. Source: National Geographic The common trick to fix a tear has plagued art conservators, but chemists are developing newer and safer methods to restore old art. Tape Is Ruining Priceless Art. This New Gel Can Fix It.

Loch Ness Monster Hunters to Try DNA Search? Get the Facts.

Loch Ness Monster Hunters to Try DNA Search? Get the Facts. If the famous cryptid is real, this hunt ought to find it—but if not, scientists will still gain valuable ecological data. Source: National Geographic If the famous cryptid is real, this hunt ought to find it—but if not, scientists will still gain valuable ecological data. Loch Ness Monster Hunters to Try DNA Search? Get the Facts.

Newborn Rhino Is Confident and Adventurous, Say Keepers

Newborn Rhino Is Confident and Adventurous, Say Keepers Once a species with only 200 individuals, the Indian rhinos’ recovery is considered a conservation success story. Source: National Geographic Once a species with only 200 individuals, the Indian rhinos’ recovery is considered a conservation success story. Newborn Rhino Is Confident and Adventurous, Say Keepers

How India’s Fishermen Turn Ocean Plastic Into Roads

How India’s Fishermen Turn Ocean Plastic Into Roads In an innovative project, fishermen in Kerala collect ocean plastic for recycling, cleaning the ocean in the process. Source: National Geographic In an innovative project, fishermen in Kerala collect ocean plastic for recycling, cleaning the ocean in the process. How India’s Fishermen Turn Ocean Plastic Into Roads

This Popular Parrot 'Talks' Like Us. But We're Silencing It.

This Popular Parrot 'Talks' Like Us. But We're Silencing It. Scientists are using forensic techniques to help save African gray parrots, among the most illegally trafficked birds in the world. Source: National Geographic Scientists are using forensic techniques to help save African gray parrots, among the most illegally trafficked birds in the world. This Popular Parrot 'Talks' Like Us. But We're Silencing It.