“I truly believe in fermentation as a way to make cooking easier,” explains René Redzepi. “It’s a natural process and way of being, and ultimately the future of cooking.” Redzepi is the co-owner of Noma,
Columnists usually proffer answers, but today I want to ask a question, a big one. What price is paid when a promise is broken? Because for much of my life, and probably yours, the political class has
The ability to make gametes from any bodily residue we leave lying around opens up alarming scenarios Forty years ago, couples suffering from infertility were given hope by the birth of Louise Brown, first
It's half the price of Garmin's other rugged smartwatch. Garmin has added another entry to its growing list of rugged devices for outdoors enthusiasts. It's a smartwatch called Instinct, and it was built
On the way to meet the Dutch film-makers Metahaven, I have a very Metahaven experience. The Eurostar from London to Amsterdam grinds to a halt almost as soon as it crosses the border into the Netherlands.
Marcus Engman is leaving Ikea to run a consultancy that convinces companies to spend their marketing budget on what matters: design. For the past six years, Marcus Engman has successfully made Ikea weird.
Breaking Bad is the greatest television programme ever made. This much is a widely established fact. The characters, the commitment to change in a medium that usually avoids it like the plague, all the
Eleanor Roosevelt on the Power of Personal Conviction and Our Individual Responsibility in Social Change
“In the long run there is no more liberating, no more exhilarating experience than to determine one’s position, state it bravely, and then act boldly. Action brings with it its own courage, its own energy,
If a critical mass of women cease to believe that justice serves them, they will apply justice of their own The brilliant Phil Ochs – Bob Dylan’s rival, the late, tragic Phil Ochs – said of the craft defined
A fatty, sugary diet can damage your memory, attention and mood in just four days, according to new research
• Many people of low to average weight are under the false impression that their weight is indicative of their health. • According to a study by the American Academy of Neurology, fatty and sugary foods
LOS ANGELES – If you think of it as a train, it's really short and really fast. But it's not. It's a "passenger capsule," just revealed by one of the companies vying to create what has become known as
I’ve spent the better part of my adult life using Apple computers. Other than brief stints with employers who forced me to use Windows on ancient, hulking desktop computers, I’ve relied on Mac products
“So sorry I didn’t get back to you, I have been crazed,” is the most eye-roll inducing response ever. What that statement really says is that I saw your email, but I prioritized other people over you.
As a specialist in Alzheimer's prevention, Jessica Langbaum knows that exercising her mental muscles can help keep her brain sharp. But Langbaum, who holds a doctorate in psychiatric epidemiology, has
On 16 November, scientists vote on whether to update the way we measure the kilogram. This week, Ian Sample investigates the history of the metric system, and finds out how universal constants might now