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Elite team of researchers plots one-way trip to Jupiter's ice moon Europa to look for aliens

Kristian von Bengston, the do-it-yourself space king and cofounder of Copenhagen Suborbitals, just announced the first phase of a project that's either extremely ambitious or unrealistic, depending on who you ask. Objective Europa is a scheme to send humans on a one-way trip to Jupiter's ice moon …

8 Of The Prettiest Space Photos Of The Year

The Royal Greenwich Observatory's Astronomy Photographer of the Year winners are on display now in London. Time to drop whatever it was you were doing and look at some star porn.<p>The winners of the fifth annual Astronomy Photographer of the Year awards from the Royal Observatory Greenwich have just …

What causes a beer belly?

We know beer is pretty calorific, as are the snacks we crave to accompany it. But why does it specifically affect men’s guts? Greg Foot explains all.<p>When you drink beer, your liver has to go into overdrive to detoxify the alcohol. Now add a few packets of crisps to the equation, maybe some peanuts …

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A Giant Teddy Bear And Other Amazing Images From This Week

Game Company Valve Will Probably Announce A Console On Monday

Valve is leaping into the hardware business. (Probably. Almost certainly.)<p>Valve, the gaming company behind hits like the <i>Portal</i> and <i>Half-Life</i> franchises, plus the creators of the massively popular online gaming store Steam, are releasing... something. They created a site to tease a Monday …

Alien frontier: see the haunting, beautiful weirdness of Mars

Have Modern Scientists Made Any Advancements In Alchemy?

Ancient alchemists tried just about anything to turn lead into gold. But if they had just had a laser, they might have been able to make pseudo-platinum.<p>More than half of the world's platinum goes into cars' catalytic converters, where it helps neutralize the carbon monoxide and nitrous oxide in …

How to Make Mango Lassi at Home - Recipe by Anamika Sharma

<b>You can replace the sugar with honey or avoid adding sugar altogether if your mangoes are particularly sweet.</b><br>By Anamika Sharma<p>Mango Lassi<p>Print<p>Prep …

A Short History Of The Flying Car

Your Burning Questions About The Roswell Incident, Answered

The Popular Science archive answers those nagging questions about the July 1947 UFO crash in the desert outside of Roswell, N.M.<p><i>Today's Google Doodle celebrates the UFO incident near Roswell, N.M., that happened 66 years ago yesterday. On June 24, 1997, the U.S. Air Force released a 231-page report</i> …

Caroline Wright's steak tacos were made to be eaten outside, with no utensils, and while wearing a bathing suit: http://bit.ly/18t6zkH

Not sure what to make for dinner tonight? Mark Bittman, this week's Guest Editor, shares a one-pot recipe for chicken and rice that's flavorful, healthy, and convenient: http://bit.ly/17xSHpR

A Twitter Chat with Mark Bittman and Whole Foods

All week, our guest editor Mark Bittman has been sharing recipes and cooking tips (Embrace the one-pot meal! Par-boil your vegetables!) from his new iPad app, How to Cook Everything: Cooking Basics. But today, we want you to have a chance to chat with him too.<p>We're teaming up with Whole Foods …

Does coffee really sober you up when drunk?

It’s an appealing idea that caffeine can cancel out the effects of too much alcohol. Sadly, studies reveal it is not that straightforward.<p>A few years ago I went to a play at my local theatre with some friends. My husband arrived late and a little jolly, having been to his office Christmas lunch and …

The best science and technology pictures of the week

The most stunning images from this week in the worlds of science and technology, including the planet’s largest solar-powered boat, the Paris Air Show and the aftermath of a forest fire.<p><b>More stunning image galleries:</b><p>Astronaut photography, a tiny helicopter and a hovering bike<p>Rocket launch, a …

A smarter way to stop hunger

We have the ability to feed the world, but we must use all the resources, technology and science we have to make sure we feed people in need, says food bank head Catherine d’Amato.<p>Hunger is a justice issue, says Catherine d’Amato, President and CEO of The Greater Boston Food Bank. We should use the …

Shaved Zucchini Salad with Almonds & Asiago | Williams-Sonoma Taste

Midway through summer, after I’ve enjoyed plenty of zucchini — sautéed, grilled, puréed in soup, and shredded in pancakes — I’m ready for a change but still flush with zukes. Shaving raw zucchini for this pretty salad is inspired relief! I like to use a mixture of green and golden zucchini; be sure …

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Arroz Con Pollo | Williams-Sonoma Taste

This classic Latin dish, which means “rice with chicken” is like a simplified version of paella. Saffron-infused rice is simmered with onions, peppers, and tomatoes and topped with pan-seared chicken for a simple and comforting one-pan meal.<p><b>Arroz Con Pollo</b><p>4 large cloves garlic, minced<p>2 tsp red …

No-bake strawberry cheesecake

Tomorrow is Midsummer's eve, one of the biggest holidays in Sweden. This is when we eat lots and lots of strawberries, pickled herring (not...

How To Make Baklava

<b>Prep the filling.</b> Preheat the oven to 350°F. Measure out 8 ounces of walnuts and 8 ounces of pistachios using a kitchen scale and place in the bowl …

If you look to the seasons for what to cook, you'll love our new column "What to Cook Now." Today, what you should do with garlic scrapes: http://ow.ly/lXGNt

Want to give your classic mousse an exciting twist? Faith Durand from The Kitchn shares a coconut-ricotta mousse from Bakeless Sweets: http://ow.ly/lXNXm

Dietary Changes To Gut Bacteria Can Affect Brain Functioning, Study Suggests

Dietary changes to the bacteria living in our guts could have an impact on brain functioning, a new study suggests.<p>Researchers at the University of California, Los Angeles, found that regularly eating yogurt with probiotics, which contain "good" bacteria, seems to affect brain functioning in women. …

To find a great bottle of wine, you just need to know where to look for it. We're here to help you navigate your local wine store: http://ow.ly/m0jWf

It's Meatless Monday! Get the week off to tasty start with two sweet and sour Italian dishes that are harder to pronounce than they are to make: http://ow.ly/m6nQl

We're introducing a new column written by Shauna Ahearn of Gluten-Free Girl. Today, buckwheat-rhubarb scones prove that baked goods can be good without gluten: http://ow.ly/lSFr9

Vegan lunch doesn't have to mean bare salads or carrot sticks. Gena Hemshaw of Choosing Raw shares a quinoa salad that will fend off hunger, and boredom: http://ow.ly/lLZR0