Footage recorded using light-sheet microscopy could help scientists understand how the brain and nerve cord interact to generate behaviour The neural activity of an entire central nervous system has been
With Windows 10's launch little more than a week away, Microsoft kicked off its marketing storm last night with the first commercial for the new OS. It's a bit more direct and human than the company's
A rush-hour eclipse of the Sun brings an unmissable astronomical spectacle to the UK this week so the Telegraph has investigated how the world watched the 1999 eclipse Do you remember what you were doing
Taking a leaf out of leaves' playbook Hydrogen powered cars are slowly accelerating in popularity with boosts from infrastructure development and car manufacturers. But getting eco-friendly hydrogen is
While levitation photography is nothing new, Taiwanese-French-American photographer Mickael Jou’s self-portraits of himself leaping through the air are exceptionally elegant feats of movement and grace.
Most of the island is an uninhabited landscape of jagged lava rock, fields of bright green moss, hot springs, towering waterfalls, glaciers, and volcanoes. Many visitors say that the country is reminiscent
From delicious, fruit-packed pancakes to savory mini-pancakes, here are seven healthy recipes to make in celebration of National Pancake Day. From delicious, fruit-packed pancakes to savory mini-pancakes,
Google's internet balloons have stopped falling out the sky and suddenly look like they're going to be a huge business
Project Loon could be a $10 billion (£6.5 billion) per-year enterprise, the Verge writes. The balloons are an alternative to cell towers and other infrastructure that telecommunication companies would
Seeing is believing Scientists have long known that light can behave as both a particle and a wave—Einstein first predicted it in 1909. But no experiment has been able to show light in both states simultaneously.
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Scientists identified pre-cursor of HIV virus in gorillas in Cameroon Two of four strains of the virus that can cause AIDS come from gorillas in southwestern Cameroon, an international team of scientists