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Human Mini-Brains Implanted Into Mice Didn't Just Survive, They Integrated

But the mice didn't seem any smarter than usual.<p>The future of personalized medicine will very likely involve human “spare parts” to replace …

Bioengineering

Diamonds Buried Within Rare Meteorites Reveal Existence of "Lost Planet"

In 2008, astronomer Richard Kowalski looked into a telescope in Tucson, Arizona, and spotted an asteroid called 2008 TC3 barreling through the …

Earth Science

19 Cheap Hair Products You'll Wish You Knew About Sooner

Whatever your hair situation, we have you covered.<p><i>We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales from the links on this page.</i><p><i>Submissions have been edited for length and/or clarity.</i>

Scientists discovered crystals that defy physics, and we don't know what to believe anymore

Today in your daily dose of science, scientists discovered crystals that defy physics. Prepare to have your mind blown, because we have no idea what …

New Study Suggests Our Understanding of Brain Cells Is Flawed, And Here's Why

Our neurons could be 10 times more active than we thought.<p>A new study has found evidence that a section of our neurons, called the dendrites, aren't …

The Brain

Leukaemia began in bats 45 million years ago, study finds

Leukaemia began in ancient bent-winged bats up to 45 million years ago, a study has found.<p>A blood cancer-causing virus has been found in ancient DNA traces in a breakthrough that could lead to new treatments.<p>The discovery provides a "missing link" in the fossil record of retroviruses - a family of …

Striking Photos of Cultural Fashions You Have to See

These vibrant cultures were slaying their fashion game long before the runway was invented.<p>Most global fashions aren’t fads. They arise from centuries of tradition and don’t go out of vogue when the seasons change: the bold beadwork of the Maasai in the Serengeti, the endless folds of a bright blue …

Woolly mammoth will be back from extinction within two years, say Harvard scientists

"Woolly mammoths" could be brought back from extinction within two years, the scientists behind a groundbreaking resurrection project have said.<p>World-renowned geneticist Prof George Church and his team at Harvard University have been working for the past two years on recreating the DNA blueprint of …

Earth's Magnetic Field Could Soon Be Flipped-Turned Upside Down

In many ways, the world may seem to be turning on its head. In one way, in particular, it might be literally true: The Earth’s north and south …

Earth Science

A huge mouth and no anus – this could be our earliest known ancestor

Thought to have lived 540 million years ago, the discovery of Saccorhytus coronarious fossils sheds light on the early stages of evolution<p>You won’t find it in your family album, but a tiny prehistoric creature with a bag-like body, a huge mouth and no anus has become the best candidate yet for our …

Paleontology

Do These 13 Things Every Day and You Will Lose Weight

It took you months or maybe even years to put on the extra weight you're ready to say goodbye to, so don't expect to lose it overnight. It's the small, healthy decisions you make every day that will bring you closer and closer to your goal.

Nutrition

These Simple Laws Explain How the World Works

Bubbles, toasters, and the internet—most aspects of everyday life are influenced by physics.<p>Shackleton, Scott, and Amundsen faced many hardships on their treks to the South Pole, from frostbite to snow blindness. Few biographies, though, mention that much of their misery was caused by the ideal gas …

As Khmer Rouge guerrillas in the '70s, they took part in genocide. Now, as Christians, they ask for forgiveness

Consulting a Bible app on his smartphone, Norng Chhay pulled up his favorite passage from the book of Matthew.<p>"'Do not judge others, and you will not be judged. For you will be treated as you treat others,'" the former Khmer Rouge soldier read aloud. Matthew 7 particularly resonates with him, he …

Cheetahs facing extinction amid dramatic decline in numbers

Urgent action is needed to stop the cheetah - the world's fastest land animal - sprinting to extinction, experts have warned.<p>Scientists estimate that just 7,100 of the fleet-footed cats remain in the wild, occupying just 9% of the territory they once lived in.<p>Asiatic populations have been hit the …

40 of the best Android apps of 2016

This year saw a great crop of new and updated apps to make your Android device more useful, productive and entertaining.<p>We’ve rounded up 40 of the best ones we tested all through 2016 – flip through our list, find your favorites and be sure to let us know which ones you’re rocking on your own …

The Next Frontier: Space Miners Are the Universe's Future Tycoons

The next gold rush will be intergalactic.<p>In 2009, a collection of astronauts, academics, and aerospace industrialists convened to review NASA’s present and future plans for manned space flight. Informally dubbed the “Augustine Commission,” the more-stuffily named Review of United States Human Space …

Space Exploration

The Fuzzy Psychology of Why We're Bummed During the Holidays

Scientists haven't proven that the holiday blues are real. That doesn't mean they aren't.<p>The month between Thanksgiving and Christmas is supposed to …

Psychology

20 Wear-Everywhere Sweater Dresses That Lazy Girls Will LOVE

The only thing better than a well-loved knit sweater is a wear-everywhere sweater dress (a one-piece wonder, if you will) that can be tossed on with zero effort once the temps take a dive. Lazy girls will flock to the non-fussy silhouette, busy girls will fall for the throw-on-and-go potential and …

Clothing

Determination of the speed of light: Four facts you might not know already

Light is no slouch – it is basically the fastest stuff there is. But it does have a top speed.<p>This was not always known. Until the 17th century, it …

Supermoon: Earth's solitary companion set to reach closest orbit in almost 70 years

On Monday, November 14, the moon will be almost 30,000 kilometers closer to the Earth than it usually is. For astute gazers of the night sky it …

Astronomy

'Supermoon' wows viewers with closest glimpse since 1948

<b>Skywatchers are enjoying the latest "supermoon", after Earth's satellite made its closest approach since 1948.</b><p>The UK's best chance to see it is on Monday evening; the Moon rose at 16:43 GMT in Edinburgh and 16:44 in London.<p>To observers, it will appear about 7% larger than normal and about 15% …

Astronomy

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Adulting 101: Here's How to Arrange Your Living Room Furniture

When <i>Domino</i> magazine released its first book, <i>The Book of Decorating: A Room-by-Room Guide to Creating a Home That Makes You Happy</i>, in 2008, it …

America Votes for President: Pictures

U.S. Elections

Republicans keep control of Congress

<b>Washington (CNN) —</b> Republicans pulled off a political stunner Tuesday night -- running the table down-ballot and keeping control of the House and Senate, CNN projects.<p>In a year when the GOP was almost entirely on defense, the party's incumbents -- many outspent and hobbled by struggling campaigns …

North Carolina

The Latest: SKorea media say Trump promises military support

LONDON (AP) — The latest on world reaction to the U.S. presidential election (all times local):<p>3:30 a.m.<p>South Korean media say U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has promised to maintain a strong U.S. military readiness to help guard against any aggression from North Korea.<p>Yonhap news agency cites …

Donald Trump

Whenever you lie, your brain adjusts to make telling bigger whoppers easier, study finds

Telling small lies causes changes in the brain that lead people down a “slippery slope” towards increasingly large acts of dishonesty, according to a …

The Fascinating Reason Why Liars Keep On Lying

Once a liar, always a liar, the old saying goes. Turns out there’s some scientific truth to that: researchers have tracked down how the brain makes …

Psychology

Appearing happy on social media is increasingly being used against people in court

Danny Cuesta admitted to preying on a 15-year-old sophomore who attended the school where he taught Spanish. He lured her into a private school office to "make copies," took her to motels for sex, and posed as her personal "tutor" as an excuse to visit her at home.<p>Cuesta's victim—known in court …

Social Media