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This Mindfulness Trick Could Help You Keep Your Anxiety On Lock

By now we’ve likely all heard the term mindfulness thrown around a bajillion times (rough estimation). It’s been a buzzword in wellness circles for …

Mindfulness

This Is What Happens to Your Brain When You Don't Get Enough Sleep

Sleep is a basic biological necessity that profoundly affects our day-to-day life as well as our long-term well-being. After just one bad night's …

Neuroscience

This electric jet can take off vertically and travel almost 190 miles per hour — and it's already being prototyped

Move over, Elon Musk. A German startup developing an electric, car-sized aircraft that can take off and land vertically just received a prestigious award — and the technology is seriously impressive.<p>Founded by a group of entrepreneurs in 2015, Lilium is developing the aircraft as a new form of …

Aerospace

Hanergy's thin solar panels break multiple world records for efficiency

China-based Hanergy just launched the highest efficiency single-junction solar panel ever created. Hanergy’s US-based subsidiary Alta Devices …

Clean Energy

An effortless way to improve your memory

A surprisingly potent technique can boost your short and long-term recall – and it appears to help everyone from students to Alzheimer’s patients.<p>When trying to memorise new material, it’s easy to assume that the more work you put in, the better you will perform. Yet taking the occasional down time …

The Brain

Could Dark Matter Spawn 'Shadow Life'?

The vast majority of mass in our universe is invisible, and for a while, physicists have been trying really hard to understand what this elusive …

Dark Matter

5 Cheap Natural Shampoos Dermatologists Swear By For Thinning Hair

Shutterstock<p>There are a few major reasons why your hair may be thinner than usual: everything from aging to hormonal changes to medications are known …

Hair Care

4 Showering Mistakes That Are Making Your Hair Thin, According To Experts

After a hard day of work, there's nothing like taking a relaxing, hot shower. However, if you have thinning hair, you may be making some showering …

Black hole research could aid understanding of how small galaxies evolve

Scientists have solved a cosmic mystery by finding evidence that supermassive black holes prevent stars forming in some smaller galaxies.<p>These giant …

Two Experiments Show Fourth Spatial Dimension Effect

To the best of our knowledge, we humans can only experience this world in three spatial dimensions (plus one time dimension): up and down, left and …

14 Truly Beginner Exercises That Every Newbie Should Try — No Equipment Needed

Beginning your fitness journey and have no idea where to start? We gotchu. These truly beginner moves will allow you to build strength and create a mind-body connection while you get comfortable with exercise. No dumbbells or fancy machines required: just you, your bodyweight, and a little space to …

Yoga

We’re three million miles closer to the sun in January than we are in July. So why isn't it hot?

It turns out proximity is pretty inconsequential.<p>There’s something about the geometry of space that’s never quite made sense to me. I know that the axial tilt of the Earth is the reason we have seasons, but if a slight angle away from the sun can make me see my breath in winter, why does being …

Astronomy

Neutron star collision named biggest scientific breakthrough of 2017

Scientists from several institutions around the world detected the event happen 130 million light years away by detecting the gravitational waves the …

All the biggest and best space discoveries of 2017

From neutron stars colliding to our solar system’s first visitor, 2017 was an amazing year for space discoveries. While the year had some sad …

Scientists Have Developed a Baldness Treatment That Helps Grow New Follicles

But there's a catch, of course.<p>There's a plethora of treatments for balding on the market. But what if you could regrow your own hair out of your own …

Aurora borealis livecam catches spectacular meteor strike

A livecam meant to watch the northern lights also catches the daytime-bright arrival of a meteor coming in for a landing.<p>It's a scenic view from Lapland. There's a faint glow on the dark horizon and a quaint snow-covered cottage. Then it all lights up like daytime. Off to the side, a streak of …

Why Climate Scientists Are Obsessed With Two Mysterious Boulders in The Bahamas

We still don't know how the boulders got there.<p>Atop a jagged, 50-foot-high (15-metre-high) cliff on the Bahamian island of Eleuthera sit two enormous …

Scientists Are Literally Digging Through Bat Poop to Reconstruct Historic Climate Records

Layers and layers of guano.<p>From a sample of bat guano spanning across 1,200 years, researchers have uncovered an unprecedented climate record for a …

The way scientific units are calculated is changing

Scientific units are set to receive their biggest shake-up since the inception of the modern metric system in 1960. The International Bureau of Weights and Measures (BIPM) -- one of three committees that oversees this type of stuff -- is presently looking into revising the ampere, the kilogram, the …

12 In-Bed Exercises For People Too Busy Binge Watching Their Favourite Shows

If you face an existential crisis when you finish a TV series that you started on Friday night, my friend, you are a certified binge-watcher. Here's …

Yoga

UK Weather Forecast: Met Office Warnings Issued Over Storm Aileen

'Leave extra time if travel conditions are poor.'<p>VARIOUS<p>Commuters reported chaos as Britain woke to the aftermath of Storm Aileen<p>Commuters faced rush …

Weather

Volcanic eruptions triggered global warming 56m years ago, study reveals

Scientists say one of the most rapid periods of warming in Earth’s history was due to gradual release of CO2, warning current levels of emissions were even higher<p>A dramatic period of global warming 56 million years ago that saw temperatures climb by up to five degrees and triggered extinctions of …

The near-superhuman way yoga unites mind and body

In the spring of 1970, the Indian yogi Swami Rama wanted to convince Western scientists of the power of yoga, so he submitted himself for study. He arrived at the lab of the Menninger Clinic in Topeka, Kansas, to meet with Dr. Elmer Green, who pioneered research around biofeedback, or the process …

Yoga

Physics Nobel Awarded For Topological Study Of Weird Matter

Three physicists share the prize<p>Since the 1970s, U.K.-born physicists David J. Thouless, F. Duncan M. Haldane, and J. Michael Kosterlitz have been employing mathematical concepts to shed light on the quantum properties of unique phases of matter. Today, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awarded …

Making Rocket Fuel From Water Could Drive a Power Revolution on Earth

The fuel of the future.<p>Researchers led by NASA’s former chief technologist are hoping to launch a satellite carrying water as the source of its …