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16 Sinful Hot Chocolate Recipes You Have to Try

We know it’s hard to put down your pumpkin spiced latte in favor of any other warm winter drink. But that will get a whole lot easier once you read these 16 absolutely sinful hot chocolate recipes. Looks like its time to start stocking up on marshmallows! ;)<p>1. French Vanilla Hot Chocolate: French …

Dessert

Go Now: 5 Spectacular Fall Drives

(photo: Blue Ridge Parkway by NCBrian/Flickr Creative Commons)<p>America has so many breathtakingly scenic highways, it's no wonder that the family road trip is a national obsession. But summer isn't the only season to pack up the family and hit the pavement. With cooler weather comes the brilliance …

Hiking

Landscape photographer of the year 2013 – in pictures

The winners of the inaugural Take a View Landscape Photographer of the Year awards have been announced

7 Things You Might Not Know About Calvin and Hobbes

Though we can’t pick your friends, we strongly encourage you to ostracize anyone who expresses disinterest or disdain for <i>Calvin and Hobbes,</i> the …

Google’s ambitious plan to extend human life

Our pick of the week’s science and tech stories, including the search giant's push into health and ageing, and what experts agree is the best pen to write with.<p>Google vs. death<br>Harry McCracken & Lev Grossman | Time | 18 September 2013<br>Google announces a new company, Calico, which will focus on health …

Physics

Will we ever... live in underwater cities?

Living below the sea is possible, at least for a short time. So what is stopping us creating colonies to ease over-population, or guard against disasters?<p>Ian Koblick hoped the colourful seaweed samples he brought into class would impress. His marine biology professor at Stanford University …

Habitats

Are you fit enough to be a space tourist?

Our space correspondent finds out if he has the right stuff to go into orbit by strapping himself in for an extreme ride.<p>Even when pretending to go into space it’s the waiting that is the worst. Or so I thought.<p>I am strapped into a fighter pilot’s seat at the centre of a battered metal pod, not …

Royal Air Force
Fish

Reinventing the classroom for the internet generation

How do you teach a generation of children who have never known life without the internet? Traditional models and traditional ways of thinking may not be the right way, says Sugata Mitra.<p>The school Mitra wants to make, the school in the clouds, will not have teachers in the classroom. Teachers will …

Education

The best science and technology pictures of the week

The most impressive pictures from the last seven days, including award-winning wildlife shots, bionic men and Saturn in amazing detail.<p><b>More stunning image galleries:</b><p>Robotic firefighters, solar car races and extreme weather<p>Supervolcanoes on Mars and Chinese military drones<p>Baby pandas and glowing …

Photos

Does studying economics make you more selfish?

When economics students learn about what makes fellow humans tick it affects the way they treat others. Not necessarily in a good way, as Tom Stafford explains.<p>Studying human behaviour can be like a dog trying to catch its own tail. As we learn more about ourselves, our new beliefs change how we …

Psychology

Hacking our senses to boost learning power

Some schools are pumping music, noises and fragrances into the classroom to see if it improves exam results – could it work?<p>What did your school smell like? Was it noisy or peaceful?<p>It might not seem important, but a growing body of research suggests that smells and sounds can have an impact on …

The Brain

How can non-scientists influence the course of scientific research?

Science communication should be more than the dissemination of results to the public; it should also flow in the other direction, with members of the public able to communicate their priorities to scientists and those who fund them. But how?<p>Scientific research has an enormous impact on modern …

Bake some creepy skull pancakes this Halloween

Incredible Underwater Park in Austria

Grner See (Green Lake) is a lake in Styria, Austria known for its shimmering, emerald-green hue and its fluctuating depth throughout the year, at times leaving a park completely submerged in it. Being that the water for the lake is provided mainly by runoff from the surrounding karst mountains, it …

Austria

Evernote app updated with customized homescreen layout, mapping & improved saved searches

The popular Evernote productivity app was updated yesterday to offer the ability to customize the homescreen, view notes on a map and improvements to saved searches.<p>Premium users can now change the order of the homescreen buttons, or remove altogether the ones you never use. Just hit the Edit …