The New Yorker Cover (The New Yorker) An evil clown emerging from the forest. A fitting analogy for the presidency? October 24, 2017 6:13pm (UTC) The New Yorker's newest cover is both brutal and inevitable.
Cows have shown an "insane" and "mind-blowing" ability to tackle HIV which will help develop a vaccine, say US researchers. In a first for immunisation, the animals rapidly produced special types of antibody
This liquid rocket fuel becomes magnetised when near a magnetic field. So it dances and morphs when magnets are moved around it. It is called ferrofluid and it was invented by NASA's Steve Papell to be
Now that we have your attention... A few years ago, my good friend and trained herbalist Christine Buckley was staying at my apartment. She opened a mason jar of chia pudding, pushed it in my face, and
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Researchers have managed to turn a spinach leaf into working heart tissue and are on the way to solving the problem of recreating the tiny, branching networks of blood vessels in human tissue. Until now,