British Museum launches Defining Beauty exhibition with explanation that the ancient Greeks 'didn't walk down the High Street in Athens naked' When the British Museum opens its blockbuster exhibition Greek
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The discovery of an Earth-like planet raises the question: are aliens also looking at us? The starry sky is now far more fascinating to us than it ever was to our forebears. Stars may seem just points
55 Cancri e is a super-Earth - more massive than the Earth but lighter than a gas giant. This planet is so close to its Sun that it orbits every 18 hours. Its light was detected by the Spitzer Space Telescope.
Norwegian researchers found people born during times of high Sun activity died around five years before those born in periods of solar silence The secret of long life may really be written in the stars
Hibernating bats with white-nose syndrome expend twice as much energy as healthy ones, a new study says. A deadly invasive fungus has been wiping out hibernating bats for years in the U.S., eating away
Science News / Updated Jan. 9, 2015, 12:34 AM GMT Researchers have created an ultra-flexible brain implant that may help restore injured spinal cords and nervous systems without inflammation or infection.