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4 family-friendly dinners in under 30 minutes

06:50 | August 16, 2017<p>Sweet Potato Chronicles' Ceri Marsh and Laura Keogh share four easy and healthy recipes - from faux pho to sun-dried …

Healthy Eating

21 Facts That Will Remind You How Complex The Universe Really Is

"The universe is full of magical things patiently waiting for our wits to grow sharper."

Universe

Brain Cells Communicate with Mechanical Pulses, Not Electric Signals

A young woman with wavy brown hair and maroon nails lay on a gurney in a hospital room in Copenhagen. Her extended left arm was wired with …

The Brain

HP’s new laser printers are much smaller than previous models (updated)

Today, HP revealed the LaserJet Pro M15 and M28 series, which are the smallest laser printers in their class. These tiny printers are about the height of a No. 2 pencil, yet still are able to print 18-19 pages per minute. These printers are also mobile-optimized; thanks to the HP Smart App, users …

LeviZen uses sound waves to levitate water droplets on your desktop

Most levitating gadgets on the market utilize magnetic levitation to achieve their magical floating effect, but for obvious reasons this won't work …

New Stanford Study: A Positive Attitude Literally Makes Your Brain Work Better | Inc.com

Inspirational posters featuring soaring eagles and sunlit mountain summits are easy to mock. But it turns out rousing slogans and uplifting images might not actually be pure cheese after all.<p>When Stanford researchers recently peered into the brains of students to see how attitude affects …

The Brain

Your orange juice exists because of climate change in the Himalayas millions of years ago

According to a genetic analysis of almost 60 varieties of citrus fruits<p>Citrus trees migrated from the Himalayas to the rest of the world after sudden changes in the climate 6 to 8 million years ago, according to new research. As citrus spread, it changed, eventually bringing sweet orange juice to …

Habitats

Eight things to know about the SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch

What happens if things go well and what happens if they don’t<p>The time has finally come for SpaceX to launch its Falcon Heavy rocket. A launch license has been issued for the giant vehicle to take flight this Tuesday. It’s a mission that many have been waiting for since 2011 when SpaceX CEO Elon …

Space Travel

Black Hole "Firewalls" Could Change Physics Forever

Falling into a black hole was never going to be fun. As soon as physicists realized that black holes exist, we knew that getting too close to one …

Physics

Set Your Brain in Motion with This Fundamentals of Physics Intro Course

You didn't pay attention in Physics class, so let's fix that.<p>Look, paying attention in high school wasn’t everyone’s strong suit. There’s no shame in …

Physics

A Never-Before-Seen Virus Was Just Found in the Sea, and It Kills Bacteria

Their genomes are "quite different from other viruses."<p>When you think of a virus, you likely think of the microscopic agents that make life on land …

Microbiology

Snake Skulls Clarify How History's Creepiest Animals Lost Their Legs

Snakes evolved from lizards, and then what?<p>Scientists generally accept that, millions of years ago, snakes evolved from lizards. What isn’t as clear, …

Paleontology

Teach Your Kids About the Super Blue Blood Moon of Jan. 31 with These Activities

Early in the morning on Jan. 31, roughly half of Earth will be treated to a total lunar eclipse. As the moon moves through Earth's shadow, it will …