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The secrets of Mo Farah's success

Mo Farah has nine key elements to his running technique that have allowed him to become Britain’s greatest ever runner. Here we examine what it is that makes him so fast.<p>He is arguably the greatest runner Britain has ever produced.<p>Mo Farah is only the second athlete in history to have won double …

Element of the week: uranium | video

This week's element is uranium, which has the symbol <b>U</b> and atomic number <b>92</b>. Uranium was named after the planet Uranus, which had been discovered eight …

Every Night You Lose More Than A Pound While You're Asleep (For The Oddest Reason)

<b>Editor's Note: Robert has added an update to this post. Scroll down to read it.</b><p>Here's a simple question: Why do you weigh more when you go to sleep than when you wake up? Because you do. In the video below, you'll see the evidence. You can check this yourself. Somehow, while doing absolutely …

Uncovering the past using the future: how lasers are revolutionizing archaeology

High-tech tools are now giving archaeologists an unprecedented glimpse into lost civilizations<p>A map of the lost city of Mahendraparvata, created using lidar technology (Credit: Archaeology and Development Foundation — Phnom Kulen Program)<p>Indiana Jones was onto something. In <i>Raiders of the Lost Ark</i>, …

Scientists peek at memories being made - Futurity

USC (US) — Using microscopic probes, researchers can see the physical changes that occur when …

Animals know more than you think

Perhaps it is no coincidence that the animals we think of as being the most stupid – pigs, chickens, sheep – are also the ones we don't always treat …

Children can only be as funny as their parents

Children will only ever be as funny as their parents as they learn by imitation, according to new research.<p>Children begin to develop a sense of humour from the age of 18 months but will only be as funny as their parents, the study shows.<p>Young children learn to be funny by copying adults, so it is …