The violin played by bandmaster Wallace Hartley during the final moments before the sinking of the Titanic is displayed at a conservation studio in Lurgan, Northern Ireland before going on public display at the Titanic Belfast.
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Reuters - Light News Video Online (May 1, 2015) "Yangyang," a humanoid robot with a variety of realistic expressions, goes on display at an internet conference in Beijing. Sharon Reich reports.
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Apr. 4, 2012 A ship science expert says that a seafaring tragedy on the scale of the Titanic disaster is unlikely to happen again. He believes this is due to the many lessons that have been learned as a result of ... read more
Apr. 1, 2012 A century on from the sinking of the Titanic, science writer Richard Corfield takes a look at the cascade of events that led to the demise of the "unsinkable" ship, taking into account the ... read more
Dec. 6, 2010 A brand-new bacterial species has been found aboard the RMS Titanic, which is contributing to its deterioration. The discovery reveals a potential new microbial threat to the exterior of ships and ... read more