When Anna Bågenholm fell while skiing and became trapped in icy water, her body temperature plummeted and her heart stopped, but doctors were able to bring her back to life. Her extraordinary story has
And a lemon, and some other stuff. But mostly pennies. Skip the tangled strings of holiday lights this year and go wireless using a few copper-coated cents. U.S. pennies minted since 1982 conceal a zinc
Science & InnovationOnly Human Why we age is a tricky evolutionary question. A full set of DNA resides in each of our cells, after all, allowing most of them to replicate again and again and again. Why
Wildlife A sea snail feeding off a dead octopus’ beak is among the 30 new species found during an expedition to Antarctica‘s Amundsen Sea (map), according to the first study to shed light on the sea’s
The green-eyed monster of jealousy may be hardwired into our DNA, but there is a lot we can do to keep it under control How would you feel if you suspected your partner had enjoyed a one-night stand while
The United Nations General Assembly may approve a plan soon for the world's space agencies to defend the Earth against asteroids. The plan, introduced last week, is expected to be adopted by the General
Neuroprostheses are already bridging the divide between man and machine to treat diseases and allow paralyzed people to move prosthetic limbs. And the next generation of brain-machine interfaces will even
An enormous hurricane raging at Saturn's north pole has an eye 2,000km (1,250mi) across - big enough to cover the UK 12 times over. The striking images of the storm were snapped from a height of 420,000km
Hundreds of strange metallic-looking spheres of unknown origin and purpose have been discovered by archaeologists exploring the ruins of an ancient Mesoamerican temple in Mexico, Discovery News reports.
Grouper and coral trout signal giant moray eels and octopuses to hunt prey. Here's a nice image for you. Fish swimming through the sea, making little fishy head gestures to communicate with each other.
Twenty years ago when scientists at Cern created the first page for the World Wide Web no one could have imagined how easily it would transform the ability of humankind to have conversations around the
NASA captures blooming marine microorganisms off the coast of France. When conditions are just right in the Bay of Biscay, the body of water nestled in the elbow crook between western France and northern
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