What do ununhexium, eka-polonium and nottingium share in common? This week's element is livermorium, which has the atomic symbol, Lv, and atomic number, 116. This is the last of the elements that we'll
I'm a fan of endeavours that bring science to the general public in a fun and accessible way, like the DIY Science Zone at this year's GeekGirlCon or anything Neil DeGrasse Tyson does, ever. That also
Follow these instructions to find out which side of your brain is dominant and how it may explain your personality. In no particular order, I am visual, outspoken, artistic, impulsive, intuitive, a daydreamer
Antarctica live Two nights ago, a group of the scientists on board the Shokalskiy began a continuous 30-hour stretch of throwing bits of their equipment into the ocean. Every hour (sometimes every half-hour),
It's all fun and games until someone gets hurt. Over the holidays, the British Medical Journal publishes a special edition, in which they "are pleased to consider all kinds of articles." All kinds, indeed.
According to state-run media outlet Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA), Iran successfully launched its second monkey to space and back, the country's latest step toward sending humans into orbit. The
The Cassini space probe, exploring Saturn and her moons, has revealed extraordinary lakes and seas of liquid methane around the north pole of Titan. The joint NASA-ESA Cassini space probe, exploring Saturn
NEW YORK — Over the last 15 years, much of Ben Stiller's work — "Zoolander," "Meet the Parents," "There's Something About Mary," "Tropic Thunder" — has turned not only into box-office gold but something
After launching a website earlier this week, the first teaser trailer for Christopher Nolan's largely anticipated space epic "Interstellar" is here, and we're not sure what to make of it. Following "Gravity,"
To celebrate its 10th birthday, Warp Films (the company behind This Is England and Submarine, among others) has gone a step further than the standard DVD box set. "We've always loved looking back at old
On an unremarkable corner of Calle Juan Florez, a block away from the main shopping street in the Galician city of La Coruña, Christmas party outfits are dramatically lit in windows glinting with gold