The four Russians arriving at Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport looked like classic business travellers. Two of them – Alexey Minin and Oleg Sotnikov – strolled casually through arrivals. Sotnikov, head down,
Something strange is happening at the Sunspot Solar Observatory in New Mexico, and there's only one thing we know for certain: It's not not an alien. The solar observatory and a nearby post office have
Scientists revived tiny Siberian worms that had been frozen in permafrost for 42,000 years — and they started moving and
• Russian scientists have revived tiny worms that had been frozen for 42,000 years.• After being removed from Siberian permafrost, the worms were gradually thawed in a lab until they started moving around
A scientific experiment to reanimate dead brains could lead to humans enduring a ‘fate worse than death,’ an ethics lecturer has warned. Last month Yale University announced it had successfully resurrected
On the network, new research suggests, false information can be as attention-grabbing as facts. In a 2013 report summarizing global challenges, the World Economic Forum singled out "massive digital misinformation"
When did it begin, is it a religion, and are its members’ identities kept secret? The first grand lodge, established to govern Freemasonry in England and Wales, was formed in 1717, during a meeting at