It wouldn’t feel like much of anything. If it were really possible to build a warp drive, using it wouldn't make you fly back into your seat as in a science-fiction movie. "Inside the spaceship, it would
The world's first test-tube baby, Louise Brown, has led the tributes to the pioneer of IVF, who has died aged 87. Prof Sir Robert Edwards was knighted in 2011, five decades after he began experimenting
Scientists have gained a remarkable insight into some of the oldest dinosaur embryos ever found. The remains of the creatures were unearthed in south west China and are about 190 million years old. They
The University of Toronto’s John P. Robarts Research Library contains 4.8 million books, 4.1 million microforms, and 740,000... In San Antonio, Morgan’s Inspiration Island opens for its second season.
If you believe the hype coming from Turkish Airlines, which now flies roughly 40 million passengers to 220 cities in 98 countries, Istanbul will soon become the world's most connected and wonderful international
Prepare the do-ahead dish that makes you look big-league Maybe you’ve run into this problem before: You have a bunch of people coming over to eat, you have the recipe picked out, and you realize—far too