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Why did the clocks change this weekend? What is Daylight Savings Time and why do we still use it?

<b>The clocks went back this weekend, giving us all a blissful extra hour in bed. From Sandringham Time to why we even have Daylight Saving Time in the first place, here's everything you need to know about the autumn time change.</b><p>When did the clocks go back?<p>This morning at 2am, the UK reverted to …

The British economy is flying on one engine right now

Retail sales rose by 1.9% from August to September, leaving them 6.5% higher than they were in the same month last year.<p>British wages have been picking up, and inflation is at zero, but even that doesn't justify such an explosive rise.<p>Jeremy Cook, chief economist at payments firm World First titled …

Economics

Syrian rebels reject Russia's offer to mediate

The Syrian rebel group Free Syrian Army (FSA) has turned down Russia's offer to play a mediatory role in the strife-torn country. Russia earlier …

Middle East

Could Depression Be Caused By An Infection?

Sometime around 1907, well before the modern randomized clinical trial was routine, American psychiatrist Henry Cotton began removing decaying teeth from his patients in hopes of curing their mental disorders. If that didn't work, he moved on to more invasive excisions: tonsils, testicles, ovaries …

Antiinflammatory

101 things to do in London

We're all completely spoilt for brilliant things to do in London. From picture-postcard attractions to hotspots in odd spots, by day and by night, …

England

Five ways to maintain a long-term relationship

What does it take to make a long-term relationship work? We spoke to relationship professionals about the science behind matching systems on dating websites for their top tips<p>Just what does it take to have a long-term relationship? After dating website eHarmony.co.uk carried out a psychological …

EHarmony

Second Home is doubling the size of its unique East London startup space and is building a 'huge indoor lake'

Second Home, a quirky east London office space home to a curated collection of tech companies, investors, and novelists, has confirmed to Business Insider that it is taking over the rest of the building it's in, doubling the size of the premises in the process.<p>The two new floors are expected to be …

London's High Court rules Uber is legal, but its troubles aren't over

Uber and other ride-hailing services like it have completely changed the way we interact with on-demand transport. But being a new, popular force in a traditional industry has its downsides. When Uber isn't taking flak from local taxi firms, it's sitting in a courtroom trying to justify the …

9 tips for first-timers in South America

<b>01 Rodents rule</b><br>Guinea pig on a skewer? Despite being the cheap poster-protein for weird Peruvian eats, it tastes pretty good.<p><b>02 Speak easy</b><br>Apart from …

The Netherlands is getting weird self-driving buses

Self-driving cars are all the rage in the technology world right now, but how about self-driving mass transit?<p>The Netherlands is getting its own self-driving electric buses to move passengers between Wageningen and Ede, about 11 kilometres apart.<p>Named the WEpod, the shuttle buses can carry six …

Transportation

This is the way the world ends: not with a bang, but with a Big Rip

New model suggests that as the universe expands everything from galaxies to space-time itself will be torn apart - but not for about 22 billion years<p>Everything we know, and everything else besides, burst into existence at the Big Bang. Now scientists have concluded that we could be heading for an …

These are the questions you should always ask during a job interview

The questions YOU ask during a job interview are just as important as the answers you give.<p>Knowing which questions to ask at a job interview can be …

Employment

How to Stop Biting Your Nails—Once and For All

Of all the bad beauty habits out there (think: falling asleep with makeup, daily blowouts, and overdoing it with the self tanner), nail biting can be …

Leica 50mm APO-Summicron-M ASPH f/2.0 samples and interview with the lens designer Peter Karbe

Leica 50mm APO-Summicron-M ASPH f/2.0<p>By: Thorsten Overgaard, <i>April 4, 2015, Updated September 1, 2017</i><p><b>The Leica 50mm APO-Summicron-M ASPH f/2.0 has</b> …

Leica Cameras

Pedestrian chic: spring's most practical trend

Pedestrian style – utilitarian, universally wearable, comfortable and chic – is set to be one of spring’s key womenswear trends. We’re calling it fashion for the 46%. And you are probably already wearing it<p>Spring, with its promises of new hope, new love and new cool stuff to buy is under way, which …

The Best Tutorials To Help You Ace Next Season's Smokey Eye

Fashion<p>by Daniela Morosini | 02 03 2015<p>Jason Lloyd Evans<p>The Best Tutorials For This Season's Smokey Eye<p><!--[if gte mso 9]><p><![endif]--><p>Etro and …

Makeup

Astronomers witness a massive star’s birth

Two images of a very massive star, made 18 years apart, have given astronomers a real-glimpse of how massive stars develop early in their …

16 New Lip Colors to Try This Spring

Prepare for brighter days ahead.<p>There was no shortage of boldly painted lips on the spring 2017 runways. Makeup artists delivered a variety of textures (glitter at Fendi and DKNY, matte at Giambattista Valli and Jason Wu, and gorgeously glossed at Carolina Herrera and Chanel) in vivid hues that …

MDMA has been approved for use in a clinical trial for terminally ill patients

This is only one of several studies using MDMA<p>The Drug Enforcement Administration has approved the use of MDMA in a clinical trial to treat anxiety associated with terminal illness. A clinical trial run by the Multidisciplinary Association for Psychedelic Studies (MAPS) will give 18 participants …

15 apps for transforming your phone into the ultimate toolkit

From apps that makes budgeting beautiful to ones that let you know the exact minute it's going to rain, there's something for every lifestyle.<p>We've collected the best of the best in this unique mix, and we tossed in a few lesser-known surprises to show what modern apps can do.

Apps

Mommy, The Tale Of Princess Kaguya, Wild Card: this week’s new films

The Divergent Series: Insurgent | The Voices | Dark Summer | Home | The Gunman | A Second Chance | Sixteen<p>Mommy (15)<br>(Xavier Dolan, 2014, Can) Anne Dorval, Antoine-Olivier Pilon, Suzanne Clément. 135 mins<p>This could be the film that distinguishes 25-year-old Dolan as a prodigious talent, rather than …

Jonathan Nolan Reveals How Interstellar Was Going to End

Before<p>Christopher Nolan decided to make Interstellar his next movie after The Dark Knight Rises, Steven Spielberg was attached to direct with a …

Construction

Solar eclipse: amazing picture from International Space Station was photoshopped

The Twittersphere was left agog by this image from the International Space Station. Unfortunately it was not as it appeared.<p>A lie spreads around Twitter faster than the truth can get its boots on, and the solar eclipse was no exception when this apparently stunning picture showing the eclipse from …

Space

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Trends

This factory robot is small, precise and human-friendly

Picture a typical factory robot in your head and you'll probably see a cold, unsympathetic arm performing relatively simple tasks. You may want to shake that image soon, though. Rethink Robotics has taken the wraps off of Sawyer, a smaller sibling to its earlier Baxter model that's built for …

Cardiovascular disease's race gap isn't in genes - Futurity

Decades of studies haven't found a genetic difference to explain the racial mortality gap from cardiovascular disease. Is it time to look elsewhere?

Genes

Omega-3 fatty acids help improve boys' attention spans, research shows

In boys with and without Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, new research has found that an extra daily dose of Omega-3 fatty acids reduced symptoms of inattention.<p>The study found that in a small clinical trial involving boys 8 to 14 years old, parents rated their son's ability to pay …

The Brain

Autonomous Materials Will Let Future Robots Change Color And Shift Shape

Some of the applications sound like pure science fiction<p>New robots could take on exciting new forms and applications, with each component of the machine able to react and act on its own, according to a review published today in <i>Science</i>.<p>The materials making up a robot are themselves are becoming more …

Breast-fed babies grow up smarter and richer, study shows

Researchers who followed 3,500 infants for 30 years found breast-fed infants had higher IQs and were in higher paid jobs<p>Babies who were breast-fed for at least 12 months have higher IQs and could earn an extra £200,000 in their lifetime compared with bottle-fed youngsters, scientists have suggested.<p>…

Statistics

'Smart' bandage sees wounds before they're visible - Futurity

A new bandage uses electrical currents to detect early tissue damage from bedsores before they can be seen—and while recovery is still possible.