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20 Last-Minute Easter Brunch Recipes You Can Make in 30 Minutes or Less

So, it’s the day before (or day of, we won’t judge), and you’re hosting an Easter brunch. You have no time to pull a full Martha Stewart like you usually do. Have no fear. We got you covered with foolproof last-minute Easter brunch recipes you can make in 30 minutes or less. And the best part? None …

Watch as This Magnificent Sunset Changes Color Right Before Your Eyes

This viral video is only 10 seconds long, but it's quite a trip!<p>This trippy video of a beautiful multicolored sunset will have you thinking your eyes are playing tricks on you. In a matter of seconds, we see the sky turn from fiery orange, yellow, and pink to dark blue and deep purple with golden …

25+ Unpublished Photos From National Geographic Archives

A picture might be worth a thousand words but National Geographic photographs leaves us speechless. Known for their captivating daily pictures, they …

This is the most remarkably modern McDonald's we've ever seen

A McDonald’s in Hong Kong has recently completed a new sleek and sophisticated interior design they’re calling “McDonald’s Next.” We’ve been seeing a …

Keep drinking that coffee, science says it's actually super good for you

As if we <i>needed</i> a reason to drink coffee: The <i>American Journal of Epidemiology</i> published the findings of a 10-year study that states coffee drinkers …

We're inching toward being able to print a whole human — here's proof

Advancements in 3-D printing - a machine that can layer materials to create three-dimensional objects - have skyrocketed in recent years. But while many associate the technology with pointless, plastic trinkets, researchers and scientists have been hard at work tinkering with the technology to …

Carnegie Mellon University

6 Timeless Quotes on Creativity From Pablo Picasso

Despite his rocky beginning, Picasso, whose birthday is Oct. 25, became one of the most influential artists of the early 20th century, and has a lasting legacy that pushes our creative boundaries today.<p>Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p><i>This column originally published on</i> …

Pablo Picasso

Homebound: Hong Kong Dark & Light - Photographs and text by KC Kwan | LensCulture

“Homebound” takes you on a journey through the veins of the “dark side” of Kowloon—a dense and rich area of Hong Kong that offers some of the best and worst of the city.<p>In quick cuts and staccato succession, the photographs guide you through a day and night in the area. You start on the bus from …

Hong Kong

A 3D Food Printer Could Press And Print Your Next Meal

You still have to cook your food, though<p>The ability to create food with the press of a lever has been a science fiction staple for decades. While 3D food printers have not reached <i>Star Trek</i> levels, they can make simple foods, and will soon be pressing and cooking your burgers. Here are a few new …

Top 100 world universities 2015/16 – THE rankings

World university rankings were published today, with the California Institute of Technology maintaining its position as the top-ranked university<p>The California Institute of Technology (Caltech) has been placed top of the world university rankings for the fifth consecutive year, while Harvard …

Fears NHS data plan will expose patients to 'hard sell' tactics

Privacy campaigners fear plans to give Boots and Tesco access to NHS data could be used to push sales to the vulnerable<p>High street pharmacies such as Boots, Tesco and Superdrug will be given access to NHS medical records, under a national scheme which privacy campaigners fear could expose patients …

Researchers Found A Way To Erase Memories Of Meth In Mice

A major stepping stone for treating addiction<p>The major hurdle in treating addiction is enabling a person to not return to the abused drug or substance. This has proved extremely difficult for researchers and patients alike, as even with the best rehabilitation therapy and the most supportive …

University of Florida

Can we reverse the ageing process by putting young blood into older people? | Ian Sample

A series of experiments has produced incredible results by giving young blood to old mice. Now the findings are being tested on humans. Ian Sample meets the scientists whose research could transform our lives<p>On an August morning in 2008, Tony Wyss-Coray sat in a conference room at the Veterans …

Stanford University

New Ebola Vaccine Has '100 Percent' Effectiveness In Early Results

In a development that could change the way the deadly Ebola disease is fought, researchers have announced promising results of a new vaccine's trial in Guinea, one of several countries affected by a historic outbreak in West Africa.<p>"The estimated vaccine efficacy was 100 percent," a team of …

New antibiotics use sugar to kill superbugs

Scientists have discovered a potential new class of antibiotics inspired by sugar molecules produced by bacteria.<p>Matt Cooper, director of the …

Gene mutation early in life tied to schizophrenia

Subtle changes one week after birth may set the stage for schizophrenia, according to a new study with mice that focused on the gene DISC-1.<p>The gene …

Doctors separate conjoined twins with help of 3D printer

Chinese surgeons use 3D printing technology to help successful operation to separate conjoined twins<p>Doctors in China have used 3D printing technology to successfully separate conjoined three-month-old twin girls.<p>A team of ten doctors from three different departments at the Children’s Hospital of …

In Massachusetts Lab, Scientists Grow An Artificial Rat Limb

A team of scientists at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston made news earlier this month when they published research in the journal <i>Biomaterials</i> describing how they'd created the world's first bioartificial limb in the laboratory.<p>Or, in other words: scientists have now grown the entire …

22,000 asthma sufferers prescribed potentially deadly medication

The prescription of a long-acting reliever inhaler on its own is so unsafe that a major warning has been issued in the US<p>Thousands of asthma suffers are being prescribed potentially lethal medication which could bring on deadly attacks, a charity has warned.<p>Asthma UK has discovered that 22,000 …

13 Coconut Recipes to Get on Board With This Spring

Spring is the time people normally decide to eat more fruits and veggies in place of the heavier comfort foods enjoyed during the winter. Among the …

First baby born from IVF technique which eliminates inherited disease

A pioneering IVF technique allows babies at risk from inherited illnesses to be born free of disease<p>The first baby has been born in Europe from a new IVF procedure that checks embryos for devastating genetic disorders.<p>Lucas Meagu was at high risk of inheriting a rare form of muscular dystrophy …

Success for first non-beating heart transplant in Europe

Surgeons say that new technique will allow far more donor hearts to be used and could increase transplantation by up to 25%<p>Surgeons in Cambridge are hailing as a success the first heart transplant operation in Europe to use a non-beating heart.<p>Medical teams at Papworth Hospital spent more than a …

Cambridge

Powdered alcohol is now legal, but here’s a list of reasons to think twice about it

<b>(PIX11) --</b> It's a controversial substance that is now legal in the U.S., but that is by no means ending the controversy over Palcohol -- alcohol in …

Will 3D printers, bioprinters change the future of surgery?

When an MRI revealed a golf ball-sized tumour growing in Pamela Shavaun Scott's skull, the California psychotherapist turned to a 3D printer to help …

Japanese Scientists Build Artificial Brain Cerebellum In The Laboratory

Japanese researchers say they have used human embryonic stem cells to build a three-dimension structure similar to the part of the brain called the …

Washing Machines

Obsession with beauty almost killed Brazilian pageant runner-up

<b>São Paulo, Brazil (CNN) —</b> A Miss Bum-Bum runner-up, Andressa Urach, now admits her obsession with beauty -- and cosmetic surgery -- almost killed her.<p>Urach, 27, launched her career as a model and reality TV star with a face and body sculpted in the operating room.<p>"I've had more than 10 surgeries," …

Revealed: the science behind teenage laziness

They may lie in, act selfishly and take risks, but research by a leading neuroscientist suggests that adolescents may be right when they say nobody understands them<p>Teenagers really get a bad time,’ says Sarah-Jayne Blakemore. ‘It is amazing how it seems to be totally acceptable – even …

Can You Lose Your Fingerprints?

A 62-year-old man from Singapore was traveling to the U.S. to see relatives last December and was detained after a routine fingerprint scan showed …

No, really. Scientists have finally found a cure for baldness (probably)

Researchers in America say they have made a breakthrough which could spell the end of male pattern baldness<p>Every man of a certain age will know the feeling: anxiously checking his hairline in the mirror of a morning for signs of male pattern baldness, which affects around half of all men by the age …

Labour unveils NHS 10 year plan after blaming Tories for putting the service in 'intensive care'

The Labour will unveil its "10 year plan" for the NHS after weeks of slating the incumbent Conservative party for putting the health service in …