Fillings could be consigned to history after scientists discovered that a drug already trialled in Alzheimer's patients can encourage tooth regrowth and repair cavities. Researchers at King's College found
Hollywood A-lister Leonardo DiCaprio has recently devoted himself to raising awareness of the negative effects of climate change and his new environmental documentary Before the Flood will soon be on Geographic.
Aging fighters turn into target practice for a new generation of aircraft and weapons. The U.S. Air Force is turning obsolete F-16 Fighting Falcons into target practice, a longstanding tradition as older
Exploring Mars A rover headed for the red planet will perform an unprecedented search for rocky remnants of dead Martians—so where should we send it? Nearly four billion years ago, when Earth was coming
Why would you spend the best part of £1500 for a bridge camera when you could get a full-frame DSLR with the ability to use interchangeable lenses for the same kind of money? And why would you buy a camera
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Infiniti just introduced a breakthrough new engine — and it doesn't have anything to do with electric cars
It's called the VC-Turbo, and it's important. The world is busy these days thinking about an electric-car future, but the vast majority of the vehicles on the road are powered by internal combustion engines
The competition aims to celebrate the planet's best photographers and will be celebrating its tenth anniversary in 2017. Last year, there were a record-breaking 230,103 entries from 186 countries submitted
More than you need, but no one will blame you for wanting it. Go to the drawer where you keep your flashlight, and pull it out. Look at its puny little bulb. Drop it on the floor. Kick it under the sofa.
Imagine how easily you could fix your rusty old car with this amazing laser blaster. Rust is the bane of any hobby mechanic. If you work on your car—whether it's a beloved classic or just your daily beater—you've