Having sex first thing in the morning does more than put a smile on your face—it boosts your health, your looks, and your relationship For most of the working world, the blaring of the alarm clock isn't
Nibble away with these healthy snacks that all clock in at 100 calories or less. Computer screens, dogs, your paycheck: Some things should only come in size XL. But at snack time, smaller really can be
The trend has been dubbed ‘kidulthood’ by commentators True adulthood does not begin in the western world until 25 because young people are putting off settling down for longer, a psychiatrist has claimed.
Practical applications are still a long way off Scientists at the University of Twente in the Netherlands have found a way to see through opaque barriers, Nature reports. This is done by recording wavelengths
Just 13 per cent of science, tech, engineering and maths workers are women. Jennifer Rigby explores whether this is down to old fashioned sexism or scientific differences in our brains "I'm cautious...it's
A challenger appears China and Russia are taking their high tech relationship to the next level, as the preliminary design for their jumbo jet will be completed by July. The C929 will be China's ever civilian
The Mars One project aims to put the first humans on the Red Planet by 2024 Amateur astronauts hoping to make history by leaving Earth to live on Mars have been shortlisted for the one-way trip of a lifetime.
Penguins have bad taste, at least compared to other birds. Based on their genes, it’s unlikely they can sense sweet, umami or bitter A penguin’s sense of taste appears to be limited to just sour and salt.