Joshua Choi

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The world passes 400ppm carbon dioxide threshold. Permanently

We are now living in a 400ppm world with levels unlikely to drop below the symbolic milestone in our lifetimes, say scientists. Climate Central reports<p>In the centuries to come, history books will likely look back on September 2016 as a major milestone for the world’s climate. At a time when …

Climate Change

Twisted Light Could Dramatically Boost Data Rates

<b>It was just 24 years ago that researchers reported</b> the discovery of something remarkable about light: Certain beams, traveling through space with a …

Quantum Mechanics

New Treatment 'Reverses' Alzheimer’s Disease

Ten patients suffering from various degrees of age-related cognitive decline have seemingly had their lives transformed after receiving a new form of …


Quantum computing: To boldly go where Einstein feared to tread

To build a quantum computer — and to understand what it's good for — scientists will have to stretch their minds farther than Einstein could stretch his.<p>It was the scientific equivalent of a heavyweight title fight, but less conclusive. During the 1920s and ’30s, two of the century’s greatest …

Quantum Computing

Chef Gordon Ramsay Likes Late-Night Baked Beans, Is Allergic to the Word 'Paleo'

Chef Gordon Ramsay answers our rapid-fire Q&A—here's what he had to say about vodka, midnight snacks, the perfect steak, and more.<p>For a man with many opinions, chef <b>Gordon Ramsay</b> remains, in many ways, an enigma. In between hosting dinner at Vegas Uncork'd and greeting diners at his restaurant at …

Top Gear

Revealed: the science behind teenage laziness

They may lie in, act selfishly and take risks, but research by a leading neuroscientist suggests that adolescents may be right when they say nobody understands them<p>Teenagers really get a bad time,’ says Sarah-Jayne Blakemore. ‘It is amazing how it seems to be totally acceptable – even …

The Brain