Or maybe you're one yourself who always gets stuck with unsophisticated gifts? Good news! The science team at Tech Insider has compiled a 2015 gift guide for science-lovers by scouring the web for stuff
By digging deep into the molecular chemistry of everyday foods and spices, Cambridge-based chemistry teacher Andy Brunning has the answers. And you don't have to be a chemistry-expert to understand them.
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Is bacon really as bad for you as cigarettes? Will coffee give you a heart attack? Do wheat-eaters suffer “brain fog”? BBC Future examines the foods, the fears – and the facts. Food was once seen as a
If you live in the US, you're probably used to tossing banana peels in the trash. But people in other countries, including India, have been taking advantage of their nutritional benefits for decades. a
Let's start with this vibrant gratin, which can only be described as a vegetarian's dream dish. It's packed with antioxidants from the sweet potatoes and cauliflower and uses a lightened-up bechamel sauce.
Now Dutch neurologists say the input from Van den Broek, who died late last month aged 41, has been invaluable in creating what is believed will be the world's most advanced mobile-based app for cancer
US health officials have confirmed the presence of a 'brain-eating' amoeba in the water supply of several communities near New Orleans. Ascension Parish and St Bernard Parish have each discovered Naegleria
As shells are shot out of cannons across the country, millions of pounds of fireworks will be blown open into the sky tonight. But just what’s behind those rockets’ red glares, what’s inside those bombs
It's not your imagination. It's chemistry. Ever sip a glass of water left out overnight and think it tastes funny? There's a reason for that, Discovery News explains. Since the water was exposed to air,
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It's an interesting topic for me to ponder because it's something I'm trying to figure out on my own, as well. I have a 16 month old daughter who's growing up way too fast. I'm constantly worried about
The massive tornado that roared across the Canadian province of Manitoba late Monday was on the ground for nearly 3 hours — likely one of the longest-lasting on record in Canada and perhaps the world.
From Death Valley to Glacier Bay, Alaska and back down to the Grand Canyon, we've got the country covered. With 3,794,100 square miles of soaring mountains, pristine beaches and crystal clear lakes, the
Take a deep breath, because things are about to get epic. The Xe Bang Fai River cave in central Laos is considered to be one of the largest known river caves in the world. Find the upriver entrance --