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Training Your Brain So That You Don’t Need Reading Glasses

By middle age, the lenses in your eyes harden, becoming less flexible. Your eye muscles increasingly struggle to bend them to focus on this print.<p>But a new form of training — brain retraining, really — may delay the inevitable age-related loss of close-range visual focus so that you won’t need …

Young blood: Scientists say this protein could be key to reversing aging process

The suggestion that young blood may be the key to reversing some of the negative aspects of aging sounds like the setup to a horror movie. In …

Stem Cells

19 psychological tricks that will help you ace a job interview

That means they're susceptible to the same psychological preferences and cognitive biases that affect the rest of us. Simple tweaks to the way you speak and hold yourself can make you seem much more likeable, competent, and hireable in their eyes.<p>With that in mind, we rounded up a list of easy …

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The chief executive officer of the Australian airline suggested using cargo storage for in-flight gyms.<p>10:33 a.m. March 29, 2018<p>Be curious, dig for …

The 40 Minute Method To Boost Brain Connectivity and Function

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How to raise brilliant children, according to science

<i>; Credit: LA Johnson/NPR</i>"Why are traffic lights red, yellow and green?"When a child asks you a question like this, you have a few options. You can …

5 Thought Experiments That Will Melt Your Brain

<i>Some science is too big, dangerous, or weird to happen in a lab.</i><p>By Evan Dashevsky<p>Albert Einstein famously made use of “thought experiments” (i.e. …

Star Trek

WATCH: Why The Solar System Is Almost Entirely Flat

We don't need all that 3D space.<p>About 4.6 billion years ago, a nebulous cloud of swirling dust and gas came together in very important ways, thanks …

Could this make building quantum computers much easier?

<b>One more piece to the puzzle</b><p>We love quantum computers. Previous articles have detailed the ways in which they represent the next great leap in …

Gravitational waves explained

A century after Albert Einstein rewrote our understanding of space and time, physicists have confirmed one of the most elusive predictions of his …

This beautiful animation reveals a sobering threat to human civilization

It seems like the more astronomers peer into the solar system, the greater the threat becomes of a rock from space walloping Earth.<p>And the animation …

Project Greenglow and the battle with gravity

<b>A handful of leftfield scientists have been trying to harness the power of gravity. Welcome to the world of Project Greenglow, writes Nic Young.</b><p>In science there exists a uniquely potent partnership between theory and engineering. It's what's given us atomic energy, the Large Hadron Collider and …

The Easiest Way to Get Smarter, According to Science

Best of all, no tuition, books, or homework required.<p><b>Editor's note:</b> <i>"The First 90 Days" is a series about how to make 2016 a year of breakout growth for your business. Let us know how you're making the first 90 days count by joining the conversation on social media with the hashtag …

Sex Is a Coping Mechanism - Issue 34: Adaptation

Ask any biologist—sex seems like a waste. It’s costly: Think of the enormous energy that goes into producing a peacock’s spectacular fan-shaped tail, …

Scientists want to resurrect these prehistoric beasts

Lion cubs that have been frozen for 12,000 years could come roaring back to life thanks to science.<p>The prehistoric cave lions were found in Siberia …

Scientist Has 4,795 Days to Live And Knows Exactly What He’s Doing With Them

“You don’t waste time on things that aren’t going to get you to where you need to go.”<p>What would you do with your time if you knew how many days you had left to live? Would you even want to know how long you had left? For one New Zealand scientist, the answer is a resounding “yes,” reports <i>Bloomberg</i>.<p>…

If You Want to Grow a Young Scientist, Here's a Simple Thing to Try

Young children are always getting into things, and grownups are always trying to stop them. As Neil deGrasse Tyson puts it, <b>“We spend the first year</b> …

The Moon used to spin on a different axis

The Moon used to "spin on a different axis" that was subject to "polar wander," a new study into the satellite's early history has said.<p>The Planetary …

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Photographer Captures Powerful Waves on Lake Erie as Liquid Mountains

Dave Sandford is a professional sports photographer of 18 years whose hometown is London, Ontario, Canada. Over the past 4 weeks, for 2 to 3 days per …

Lake Erie

The most breathtaking natural wonder in every state

From arid deserts to lush forests, America's landscape is as varied as it is stunning.<p>Picking 50 wasn't easy, but here are the most beautiful natural attractions in each state.

This NASA engineer has all kinds of insight into the real science of 'Star Wars'

"If one wanted to build a death star, you didn't build it by launching a bunch of stuff off a planet," Muirhead says, in a new video from Wired.<p>Instead of the Empire's way of putting together a massive planet-killing space station through slave labor and materials brought in from throughout the …

'Impossible' Space Engine May Actually Work, NASA Test Suggests

It's really starting to look as if an "impossible" space propulsion technology actually works.<p>Researchers at NASA's Johnson Space Center in Houston …

Ask Ethan: How Do Black Holes Really Evaporate?

Perhaps the greatest thing Stephen Hawking ever discovered — and the reason he’s so renowned among physicists — is that black holes don’t live forever.<p>Rather, they radiate their energy away over extraordinarily long timescales through a process discovered in 1974 that’s now known as Hawking …

Physics

NASA Has Trialled an Engine That Would Take Us to Mars in 10 Weeks

And may have inadvertently created a warp drive in the process.<p>NASA scientists have reported that they've successfully tested an engine called the …

Apple iPad Air Review: Probably The Best Tablet Computer On The Market

Announced on October 22nd this year, the iPad Air updated Apple’s larger tablet range with the new A7 64-bit processor, iOS7, and a redesign of the popular tablet. Would Apple’s new tablet retain their lead in the tablet space against a rush of Android tablets from manufacturers around the world? …

Apple could sell 17M iPhones via China Mobile, analyst says

Apple could add as many as 17 million iPhones to its 2014 sales tally in a reported deal with China Mobile, said Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster<p>The two companies have signed an agreement, the Wall Street Journal said on Wednesday, citing a "person familiar with the situation." The source told …

Wall Street