Rona Sleath

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Backstage with Pat McGrath @ Victoria Beckham AW14

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Fertility treatments 'threaten our humanity', warns Robert Winston

IVF pioneer Lord Winston has warned that a growing market for fertility treatments could "threaten our humanity", including if the rich were able to pay for so-called "designer babies".<p>The fertility expert who developed key advancements in IVF treatment told fellow academics at a conference "we …

Cage diving with sharks in South Africa

It's controversial – and on many people's bucket list – but cage-diving to see great white sharks in South Africa still gives our writer a thrill<p>I'm heading east from Cape Town on the coast road when I spot something in the fields. Pulling over and digging out my binoculars, I see six blue cranes, …

Five destinations you should know more about

These countries might not be on traveller’s bucket lists – but according to the people that live there, they should be.<p>Whether it is the notion that Brits only drink tea or that all Argentineans dance tango, cultural stereotypes can overshadow a country’s true nuances.<p>For a more authentic take on …

Nanowires three atoms wide could lead to paper-thin gadgets

What's that odd shape, you ask? That's the world's thinnest nanowire -- and it could be the key to a future wave of flexible devices. In blasting single-layered, semiconducting materials with an electron beam, Vanderbilt University student Junhao Lin has created wires that measure just three atoms …

Astronomers Say New 'Natural Gap' Theory May Explain Why Mars Is Smaller Than Earth

New ideas about how the solar system took shape are helping astronomers tackle a planetary puzzle — why Mars is so much smaller than its rocky neighbor worlds.<p>Models show that the Red Planet should be about as big as Venus and Earth if gas and dust were distributed relatively smoothly throughout …