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Gay British Code Breaker Gets Posthumous Royal Pardon

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December 24, 2013
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Alan Turing was a British code-breaker whose work is often credited with cracking the German Enigma code and helping end World War II.


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Pardon for UK Wartime Code Cracker

Pardon for UK Wartime Code Cracker

Reuters (Dec. 25, 2013) — The man credited with cracking Nazi Germany's secret military communications code is pardoned for post-war gay conviction. Paul Chapman reports.
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Toronto Museum Brings Dinosaurs to Life

Toronto Museum Brings Dinosaurs to Life

Reuters (Oct. 9, 2012) — The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto is using the latest in augmented reality technology to bring dinosaurs back to life. The technology is turning the museum's already impressive collection of ancient skeletons into a display like no other.
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Wooly Mammoth Bone Found in Gravel Pit

Wooly Mammoth Bone Found in Gravel Pit

CBC (Aug. 2, 2013) — Experts at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum have confirmed that workers at a gravel pit southeast of Saskatoon found a bone fossil from a wooly mammoth.
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Scientists Examine Bison Bones Revealed by Flood

Scientists Examine Bison Bones Revealed by Flood

CBC (Aug. 9, 2013) — Scientists from the Royal Alberta Museum are in Calgary to examine bison remains that were unearthed at the banks of the Bow River in June's flooding.
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