It was one of the world's most opulent railway stations, sitting imposingly on the French-Spanish border - but then it fell into disrepair. Now, writes Chris Bockman, the building is showing new signs
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In order to create a rocky planet that’s teeming with life, the Universe needed to create large amounts of the heavy elements required for life’s processes. To make many of those elements, such as Tin,
Gradient Ventures will be overseen by Anna Patterson, who has worked within many branches of Google but most recently served as the company's VP of engineering in artificial intelligence, helping integrate
The Wellcome Collection’s new exhibition States of Minduses science and art to unravel mysteries from memory loss to sleepwalking On a crumpled sheet of tin foil in the Wellcome Collection’s conservation
The last man on Earth is a common trope in fiction – but what if it actually happened? How many people would it take to save our species? This story is featured in BBC Future’s “Best of 2016” collection.
In November 2012, Salvador Alvarenga went fishing off the coast of Mexico. Two days later, a storm hit and he made a desperate SOS. It was the last anyone heard from him – for 438 days. This is his story
The universe is so vast it's almost impossible to picture what it might look like crammed into one field of view. But musician Pablo Carlos Budassi managed to do it by combining logarithmic maps of the
We can't see it or feel it. But as Lisa Randall says, dark matter may explain a lot about our universe--including the dinos' demise. As every astronomy buff knows, dark matter is pretty elusive stuff.