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China has built a radio telescope the size of 30 soccer fields to look for aliens

China has finished the installation of the world's largest radio telescope, according to reports from state media. The last of the telescope's 4,450 triangular panels was fitted into the dish this weekend, ahead of the telescope's planned launch in September. The Five Hundred Meter Aperture …

Telescopes

How Your Brain Reacts To Change

What drives our behavior during moments of change and how best to handle it.<p>Dealing with change can be incredibly unsettling, especially in the workplace. But understanding the neuroscience behind our behavior–how and why our brains work the way they do–offers insight into just what’s happening in …

The Brain

BBC - Earth - The sinister reason why people fall in love

Romance may have existed in some form long before the origin of humanity, and some believe it was born out of death and violence<p>Your heart beats a little faster, glands open to secret tiny dribbles of sweat, and your body starts producing hormones, which make you feel a bit giddy and warm …

Evolution

Science says that charisma can be learned — here are 9 proven strategies

"Charisma is simply the result of learned behaviors," says Olivia Fox Cabane, author of "The Charisma Myth."<p>Here's a rundown of the skills you can learn to become more charismatic:

Psychology
Wearable Tech

Billionaires Wanted to Fund Private Mars Colony

Could the first Mars colony be called Buffettville, or Zuckerburgh?<p>The Netherlands-based nonprofit Mars One aims to establish a permanent settlement …

Space Travel

NASA is funding research on deep sleep for transporting astronauts to Mars

Putting space travelers into a state of deep sleep has been a staple of interstellar science fiction for quite some time, but despite originating as …

Space Travel

This boomerang-like aircraft could be the first to fly on Mars

With its various rover missions, NASA has been actively exploring the red surface of Mars since the '90s — but now the space agency wants to investigate the Martian skies. NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center is testing out a prototype of a flying wing aircraft called Prandtl-m, which could be …

Aviation

VASIMR Magnetic Plasma Rocket Could Send Humans To Mars In Just 39 Days

As reported by HuffPost Science: A new type of rocket that could send humans to Mars in less than six weeks instead of six months or longer may be …

New Study Says Cocaine ‘Makes the Brain Eat Itself’

But, like: does it? <i>Actually?</i><p>A new study has found that high doses of the brain drug cocaine – known colloquially and on the streets as "gak" or "chang-a-lang" – can, it says here, 'make your brain eat itself from the inside out'. Which sounds: bad. Like you hear a lot of bad things about …

Research

Injuries on Mammoth Skeleton Put Humans in the Arctic 45,000 Years Ago

There’s a lot of debate about what killed off the woolly mammoths. Some scientists believe climate change was to blame; some say bone disease. Others …

3 Huskies Become Best Friends With A Cat After Saving It From Dying

A little over six months ago, nobody was certain if Rosie the kitten would live. However, thanks to Lilo the Husky, Rosie made a spectacular recovery …

Selling

Great White Shark Claimed to Be 7 Metres (!!) Spotted Off The Coast of Australia

You're going to need a bigger boat.<p>The crew of a shark-spotting helicopter in South Australia has released photos of a <i>Jaws</i>-sized giant, sighted …

White Shark

First human head transplant could happen in two years

Log in or create a free account<p>Connect with:<p>Create an account for free access to:<p>A selection of articles hand-picked by the editors available only to …

We Asked 12 Scientists How Their Faith Affects Their Work

"If there were serious compatibility issues between science and Christianity, I would feel them like a knife through my mind."<p>"Both science and faith play a part in helping me to make sense of the world. Science gives me a basic understanding of the world that I share with everyone else. It also …

The 3 Main Reasons Why People Have Affairs

Source: Alejandra Quiroz used with permission<p>“I just don’t know what’s wrong with him. I mean, we’ve been married for 25 years and this just started …

Relationships

What science says about the average penis size

The truth about penis size and some common myths debunked<p>Much research has been dedicated to finding out all things penis-size related. Here are some …

The scientist who transplanted monkey heads

You've likely read about Italian physician Dr. Sergio Canavero's plan to perform the first human head transplant? There is precedent with non-humans …

Monkeys

Russian man to undergo world's first full head transplant

Mr Spiridinov, from Russia, suffers from Werdnig Hoffman disease, a muscle wasting condition that seriously diminishes his physical capabilities and left him dependent on a wheelchair.<p>Now he has announced his intention to become the world’s first subject of a full head transplant, so that his brain …

Love's effect on the brain is as powerful as heroin or cocaine

But at the very beginning or her talk, she made a startling comment about love and what it does to the brain:<p><b>"We now know that the chemical changes in parts of the brain when you're in love are equal to that of heroin doses or high cocaine doses, so you kind of know — If you have to ask if you're</b> …

The Brain

Leg Power Associated With Brain Power, Study Finds

Trends

This Stunning Brain Scan Shows the Powerful Bond Between a Mother and Child

It might be the first image of its kind.<p>The incredible connection between a mother and her baby is hard to put into words. But scientists at MIT have given a brand-new glimpse into that bond, courtesy of an MRI scanner.<p>Neuroscientist Rebecca Saxe captured an incredible image of herself holding her …

Humanity

Feeling 'hangry' is a signal from your brain - Futurity

Feeling "hangry," or hungry and angry, isn't just slang. "What's interesting is hanger is actually a survival mechanism," says Brenda Bustillos.

50 is the new 42: technology is making brains of middle-aged younger

The increasing mental demands of technology is making older people sharper than previous generations, scientists have shown<p>50 is the new 42, scientists have concluded, after discovering that the brains of middle-aged people are getting sharper and younger to keep up with the demands of modern …

QUIZ: Which Side Of Your Brain Is Most Dominant According To Colors?

There are two sides to the human brain; the left side and the right side. Each one is associated with different abilities, strengths, weaknesses, …

Three Things You Can Do to Grow More Brain Cells

Growing more brain cells is possible, and it all comes down to a few simple lifestyle choices.<p>In this video from the TED YouTube channel, …

7 Hobbies Science Says Will Make You Smarter

Entrepreneur & Consultant<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>For a long time, it was believed that people are born with a given level of intelligence and the best we could do in life was to live up to our potential. Scientists have now proven that we can actually <i>increase</i> …

The Brain