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The botulism toxin comes from Clostridium botulinum bacteria, seen here in a colorized micrograph. James Cavallini/Science Source hide caption

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Why Scientists Held Back Details On A Unique Botulinum Toxin

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Mariluisa and Andrea Caricchia traveled 6,000 miles from Italy to spend their honeymoon at the Grand Canyon. Instead, they are exploring tribal land. Laurel Morales/KJZZ hide caption

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The Shutdown News Isn't All Bad For A Few American Indian Tribes

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Cosmo Wenman generated this 3-D model of the Ares Borghese, based on hundreds of photos, from the Basel Sculpture Hall. Wenman publishes the scans online, so that anyone can use them to 3-D print a replica of the masterpiece. Courtesy of Cosmo Wenman hide caption

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3-D Printing A Masterwork For Your Living Room

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Barbara Handelsman, 80, and her grandson Aaron Handelsman, 20 — birds of a feather. StoryCorps hide caption

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A Grandmother, Her Grandson And Fitting In — Together

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