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The stereotypical image of the Pilgrims probably does not include images of scientific expertise. However, science not only helped save the seekers of religious freedom during their harrowing voyage, but it also enabled their survival in the New World. Fascinating details tell their story in a fresh way.
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You may have heard of the Mayflower. The ship set sail in 1620, carrying English pilgrims across the sea to Plymouth. But did you know that science played a big role in this voyage? Learn how the Mayflower was constructed. Find out how science helped sail the ship across the ocean. And discover how modern technology is being used to understand the journey and the people aboard.
 
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