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10 Amazing Images of Jupiter from the Juno Mission

01<p>of 10<p>Before Juno got There: Voyager's View View of Jupiter<p>Many spacecraft have visited the giant planet Jupiter over the years, returning many …

Playing two hours of video games a week makes you more employable, Glasgow academics find

Playing two hours of video games a week could make you more employable, a study has found.<p>The Glasgow University research suggests that playing games such as Minecraft and Lara Croft can help young people to develop key skills.<p>Matt Barr, a lecturer in Information Studies, said his findings suggest …

Be Afraid Because Science Says Some Snakes Hunt in Packs

It’s the worst nightmare of anyone who suffers from ophidiophobia. According to a new study, snakes are not the solitary hunters and eaters we …

Scientists create designer virus to kickstart immune system and kill cancer

A designer virus which helps the immune system clear our cancer has been created by scientists.<p>Cancer cells are very good a evading the immune system, but the new therapy capitalises on the body’s ability to quickly spot a virus.<p>Swiss scientists inserted cancer proteins inside an artificial virus …

NASA's $1 billion Jupiter probe has taken more stunning new images of the gas giant

The $1 billion Juno spacecraft took five years to reach Jupiter and settle into orbit around the gas giant, which is currently more than 444 million miles from Earth.<p>Scientists have used Juno's suite of cameras and other instruments to photograph Jupiter's poles for the first time, detect rivers of …

This Crazy New Technology Transforms Movies Into Video Games

New imaging technology from Epic Games can swap different vehicles into a car commercial in real time. What’s next? Everything else.<p>If you’ve played a recent <i>Forza</i> or <i>Gran Turismo</i> video game, you already know: These virtual cars are almost indistinguishable from their real life counterparts, with all …

The Science Of Cats

The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA) estimates that Americans own between 74-96 million cats—that's 30-37 percent of …

Black Holes

10 under-the-radar destinations to visit, according to the youngest person to travel to every country in the world

Planning a trip is an opportunity to see something unique, and to discover people, places, cuisines, and scenery you didn't know existed.<p>We asked James Asquith, the youngest person to visit all 196 countries, which places around the world are being overlooked — and which ones people should be …

South America

Captain Sonar: Someone finally made a great 8p board game

Review: Realtime sub-hunting game has more depth than it seems.<p>Welcome to Ars Cardboard, our weekend look at tabletop games. Check out our complete …

Board Games

These trippy pictures are actually painkillers from up close

Painkillers are, for better or worse, the world’s most-used drugs. If you’re one of the millions of people popping them every now and then, they might not look like anything special. But when you look closer, they’re actually small works of art.<p>Photographer Peter Juzak has been shooting various …

Painkillers

Beijing 'seriously concerned' after Trump questions 'one China' policy

<b>Beijing (CNN) —</b> China has warned that it's "seriously concerned" after President-elect Donald Trump questioned whether the United States should keep its long-standing position that Taiwan is part of "one China."<p>Trump has signaled a willingness to confront Beijing, and his latest comments in an …

China

Take a deep breath... inhaling through nose stimulates brain and boosts memory

Taking a big breath in when trying to remember could be a simple way to boost recall, scientists believe, after finding that inhaling stimulates the brain.<p>US researchers discovered that the rhythm of breath creates electrical activity in the brain where emotions, memory and smells are processed.<p>In …

The Happiest People Don't Let Their Minds Wander, According to a Harvard Study

There is an old saying: “Happiness is a state of mind.” As it turns out, it's true.<p><i>How does one overcome depression and anxiety? originally appeared on Quora--the knowledge-sharing network where compelling questions are answered by people with unique insights.</i><p><b>Answer by Mellissa O'Brien, mindfulness</b> …