Now that it has finally arrived, the exuberance of spring is impossible to ignore. And for fair-weather walkers, brushing cobwebs off boots and searching out walking poles, it’s like a love affair renewed.
Geneticists can’t see this machine, but they can see its works—and they say it might be the key to reshaping the genome. Genomes are so regularly represented as strings of letters—As, Gs, Cs, and Ts—that
Edward Snowden thinks he might have an answer to the Fermi paradox — the cosmological puzzle of why, given that the universe is so very old and so very big, we haven't heard from any aliens yet. Speaking
Food seems simple to study. If we can put a man on the moon, transplant a heart, and manipulate DNA, then surely we can unpack the relationship between eating vegetables and living longer. There’s no difficulty
If you're having a bad week, consider that Warren Buffett has lost $2 billion and it's only Tuesday. Buffett is known for shunning the quick buck and focusing on the long-term performance of his investments.
He also brushes his teeth with animal fat. Meet Derek Nance. Five years ago, Derek had some mystery illness that killed his appetite and brought up anything he ate. The doctors suspected it was an allergy
Bangkok-based Thai photographer Weerapong Chaipuck discovered his passion for photography after an early retirement from the medical profession. Now, Chaipuck travels the world, snapping shots of all beautiful
Japanese photographer Noriko Yabu makes self-portraits, capturing her outstretched body and pinched face with her own lens. Yet, gazing upon her works, you'll quickly notice they aren't your average self-portraits.