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11 New Facts Science Has Revealed About The Body

We're just scratching the surface.<p><b>1.</b> Hundreds of genes spring to life after you die - and they keep functioning for up to four days. Together with an …

I'm Sorry, Nintendo. I Was Wrong About The Switch

I had a feeling a few weeks ago, sipping old fashioneds and challenging strangers to <i>Mario Kart</i> during a sunny Friday happy hour. It was the same feeling I had a few weeks before that, obsessively questing across the vast expanses of Hyrule in <i>The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild</i> in search of tiny …

How to maintain, or even improve, your memory as you age

As you age, some slowdown in memory and processing is to be expected. That can mean a forgotten birthday, an accidentally retold story, a temporarily misplaced wallet.<p>Such run-of-the-mill forgetfulness may increase over the years but is usually not — as you may fear — a sign that you’re on the road …

Wellness

Ask Ethan: How Many Black Holes Are There In The Universe?

For the third time in history, we’ve directly detected an unmistakable signature of black holes: gravitational waves resulting from their merger. Combine that with what we know from stellar orbits around the galactic center, X-ray and radio observations of other galaxies, and gas infall/velocity …

The Specialists’ Stranglehold on Medicine

Republicans are trying to cut health care spending. But hacking away at Medicaid, weakening coverage requirements and replacing Obamacare’s subsidies with a convoluted tax credit will not deal with the real crisis in American health care.<p>The Affordable Care Act was misnamed; it should have been …

Health Care

This Internal 'Master Clock' Could Be in Control of All Our Circadian Rhythms

How the body keeps pace with itself.<p>Scientists studying the pattern of circadian rhythms have found that one central body clock could be controlling …

Emirates introduces world’s largest plane on its shortest route – on a daily basis

Emirates Airlines is flipping conventional thinking about large aircraft on short journeys by using its massive Airbus A380 on one of its shortest routes.<p>Previously, the 544 passenger craft would normally be used on flights of 15,000 kilometres or more. But from December, it will be deployed on a …

Austria: EU must prepare borders for end of Turkey migrant deal

Austria's defense minister has said the European Union's migrant deal with Turkey is dead. The EU must now prepare to strengthen its external …

Albert Einstein

Curiosity rover discovers rare 'Egg Rock' on Mars

A globular, golf-ball-size object discovered by NASA's Curiosity rover on Mars has been confirmed as a rare iron-nickel meteorite fallen from the red …

Rolling Stone and journalist found guilty over false Virginia rape story

<b>Rolling Stone magazine and a journalist have been found guilty of defamation over a false article about a gang rape at the University of Virginia.</b><p>The $7.5m (£6m) lawsuit was brought by Nicole Eramo, an associate dean from the university, who said the article had cast her as the "chief villain".<p>The …

This restaurant uses invasive species for its sustainable sushi

The rise of sushi as a cuisine with global reach has accelerated in recent years. In many metropolitan areas, you may even find pre-made sushi …

Life-sized ballerina at Birmingham Cake International exhibition

<b>A life-size ballerina with one leg elegantly raised has formed the centrepiece of a major cake exhibition.</b><p>The model of Swan Lake's Odette is one of hundreds of creations at this year's Cake International display in Birmingham.<p>The scene was created over four days by Emma Morris, who runs a cake …

Swan Lake

Clinton, Trump clash over economy in final campaign stretch

CLEVELAND/HERSHEY, Pa. (Reuters) - Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump battled over the strength of the economy in the final stretch of their race for the White House on Friday, with Clinton praising the latest U.S. jobs report and Trump dismissing it as a fraudulent disaster.<p>With …

Government

Angry protests in Turkey and beyond after arrest of pro-Kurdish HDP politicians

Protesters have taken to the streets of a number of Turkish cities in anger at the arrest of a number of pro-Kurdish HDP politicians.<p>Detention orders were issued for at least 12 People’s Democratic Party (HDP) MPs as part of an ongoing counter-terrorism investigation.<p>HDP co-chair Figen Yuksekdag …

Go with the gut – at uBiome Inc., science meets business opportunity

In Jessica Richman's vision of the future, meals will be designed according to each individual's mix of gut bacteria, and consumers will choose their facial creams based on an analysis of the micro-organisms in their skin.<p>That future is just around the corner, thanks in large part to innovations at …

Putin can’t seem to find a ‘national idea’ for Russians, so he’s proposing a law to do it

MOSCOW — Among Vladi­mir Putin’s headaches as he headed into the weekend were an international tug of war over a medieval saint, an infamous revolution he would rather that no one remembered and crowds of angry men calling for his imprisonment.<p>And you think you had a rough week.<p>The Russian …

Zadie Smith interview: 'I've always made myself cringe'

Zadie Smith tells Jeffrey Eugenides why trauma and self-disgust lurk beneath the glittering surface of her new novel<p>Zadie Smith is there and not there. In the streaming image on my laptop she sits at a desk, backlit in her book-lined office, her right hand holding a goblet filled with liquid of …

What Character Traits Do Geniuses Share in Common?: From Isaac Newton to Richard Feynman

Back in 1993, James Gleick wrote <i>Genius: The Life and Science of Richard Feynman.</i> A decade later came his biography on Isaac Newton. As Gleick …

Moroccan activists plan protests to coincide with UN climate summit

Delegates from around the world will meet in Marrakech as protesters vow to step up unrest triggered by a fisherman’s death<p>Moroccan activists are planning to extend countrywide protests through the weekend so as to bring issues of marginalisation and inequality to international attention at a major …

Heavy fighting in Mosul as Iraqi forces launch assault on Isis militants

Special forces advance deep into urban areas of the city but Isis fighters hit back by striking Abrams tank with rocket<p>Heavy fighting has erupted in the eastern neighbourhoods of Mosul as Iraqi special forces launched an assault deeper into the urban areas of the city and swung round to attack …

Astronomers Have a New Explanation For How The Moon Was Formed

And how it got its weird tilt.<p>The most popular hypothesis for how our Moon came to be is the giant impact hypothesis: the idea that a Mars-sized …

Winters Have Been Horrendous Lately, And Researchers Finally Think They Know Why

It's not just you.<p>Researchers might have gotten to the bottom of why the US and Britain have had extremely cold winters recently.<p>Climate scientists …

Global Warming

Between the sheets: Banned books censors didn't want you to read

<i>It is Book Week NI - a joint initiative between BBC Northern Ireland and Libraries NI that aims to celebrate the pleasures and benefits of reading.</i><p><i>But what of the books the authorities did not want us to enjoy? We look at the books they banned and the writers whose work was pulped, burned or</i> …

Trump gains ground on Clinton: Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation

NEW YORK (Reuters) - The race for the Oval Office tightened significantly in the past week, as several swing states that Republican Donald Trump must win shifted from favoring Democrat Hillary Clinton to toss-ups, according to the Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation project.<p>A combination photo shows …

Government

Painting Ideas: One Gallon Home Decorating Projects

For something that costs, on average, about $30, a single gallon of paint holds an astonishing amount of potential. Just one can is enough to …

Farrow & Ball

The 25 richest, healthiest, happiest, and most advanced countries in the world

The Legatum Institute, a London based research institute released on Thursday its 10th annual global Prosperity Index, a huge survey that ranks the …

Hundreds of clergy join Dakota Access pipeline protesters

Hundreds of clergy of various faiths joined protests Thursday against the Dakota Access oil pipeline in southern North Dakota, singing hymns, marching and ceremonially burning a copy of a 600-year-old document.<p>The interfaith event was organized to draw attention to the concerns of the Standing Rock …

Robots built this trippy brick facade

Whoa<p>Brick, a material as old as time, may just be the edgiest thing in architecture right now. Earlier this year, we saw Dutch firm MVRDV cover an Amsterdam Chanel boutique with super strong, super rad bricks of glass. And now, Chinese firm Archi-Union Architects has created a brick facade that …

DIY "junkyard battery" inspired by ancient blueprint stores energy cheaply

Inspired by a millennia-old blueprint and two of the most abundant scrap metals in the US, scientists have developed a battery prototype that could …