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Rosetta discovers water on comet 67p like nothing on Earth

The Rosetta spacecraft has detected water coming off comet 67P, the rubber duck-shaped lump of ice and dust that it placed the Philae robotic lander on last month.<p>The presence of water is not a surprise, but what has wrong-footed researchers is the makeup of the water, which is nothing like that …

How David Warner made Australia smile again, with a little help from above | John Stern

Australia cricket team,David Warner,Cricket,Phillip Hughes,India cricket team,Australia sport,Sport,The Guardian,Features<p>Opener’s brilliant hundred and bouncers helped set a tone of closure and renewal as Australia got back to playing cricket after the death of Phillip Hughes

Your Flu Shot Might Not Work -- But You Should Get One Anyway

The flu season is picking up, but the CDC just dropped an eye-catching warning: This year’s flu vaccine might not fight the flu all that well.<p>And it’s also too late to make a new vaccine, CDC director Thomas Frieden said on Thursday. But he’s still urging Americans to go and get vaccinated.<p><b>The Flu</b> …

An Intro to Line, Shape, and Form in Photography

There are many elements of composition that form the building blocks of photography: lines, shape, form, texture, pattern, and the rule of thirds, …

Landscape Photography

3 Lightroom Tweaks to Get Your Landscape Photographs to Sing

Although originally developed as a image management tool, Adobe’s Lightroom has evolved into a powerful post production application. For many …

Pakistani Family Faces Deportation After Son's Cricket Bat is Mistaken for a Gun

A Pakistani family is facing deportation from Belgium after their son was labelled a terrorist for carrying a cricket bat on the public …

Face blindness – when you can’t recognise a familiar face

Last month, Kate Szell was judged the winner of the Wellcome Trust’s science writing prize in category B for “anyone with a non-professional interest, including undergraduates”. More than 640 articles were submitted in total, with the top 20 judged by a panel consisting of neuroscientist Sophie …

Best Trips 2015

National Geographic Traveler presents the New Year's must-see places. Whether it’s India’s literary hub or Switzerland’s mountain majesty, these 20 go-now destinations will send you packing.

Will ISIL put an end to Iraq? | Politics

"I paid heavily, in blood, sweat and tears for a democratic and new Iraq. I went to Saddam's torture chambers three times. So I defend the new order," says Dr Mowaffak al-Rubaie talking about Iraq's new government.<p>In this episode of <i>Head to Head</i>, Mehdi Hasan challenges Iraq's former National …

Saviour of France’s art: how the Mona Lisa was spirited away from the Nazis

Secret operation by Louvre staff on eve of war is revealed in new documentary on forgotten hero Jacques Jaujard<p>It is a French documentary that British television channels are going to fight over. And they’ll have to act quickly, as <i>Illustrious Yet Unknown</i> (<i>Illustre et Inconnu</i>) has already been sold …