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Pregnant women may smoke more if they feel detached - Futurity

BROWN / JOHNS HOPKINS (US) — Pregnant women who smoke and don’t feel strong emotional …

Women's Health

Making a mini Mona Lisa

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have “painted” the Mona Lisa on a substrate surface approximately 30 microns in width – or …

Mona Lisa

What would it look like to be lost in space?

NASA has released a beautiful yet unnerving video showing what it would be like to slowly travel away from Earth with no hope of return. The series of images that make up this time-lapse video were captured by NASA's Messenger spacecraft as it left Earth's orbit on a one way trip to Mercury.<p>The …

Paralyzed Patients Communicate By Controlling Their Pupils

A new idea for letting people with locked-in syndrome communicate<p>Experimental setups for letting paralyzed people communicate usually work by measuring brainwaves, so they can be pretty invasive for patients. For many, it's probably well worth the effort, but one team of researchers thinks there's …

World's First Lab Grown Burger Cooked and Eaten

The world's first lab-grown beef burger has been cooked and eaten. The burger was developed by Mark Post of Maastricht University. <i>Bloomberg</i> reports …

Faster Forward, Together

5 Sales Hacks To Supercharge Your Success In 2018 <i>bookmark_border</i> Barry Moltz<p>Most small business owners avoid sales because it makes them …

Entrepreneurship

Mars Curiosity rover sings 'Happy Birthday,' dares Earth to collect royalties

One year ago today, NASA's Curiosity rover touched down on the surface of Mars and began studying the planet. The rover may be lonely out there on its first birthday, but it won't go entirely without celebration: NASA has repurposed Curiosity's soil analysis system to play the tune of "Happy …

Mars Rover Curiosity Lands Successfully on Mars After Incredible Effort

After cruising through space for eight months, and plummeting through the Martian atmosphere for seven minutes, the rover reports success<p>PASADENA, Calif. -- Space fans, raise a toast: NASA's laser-equipped, beefy-armed, car-sized rover is safe and sound on the surface of the Red Planet. A journey …

Screw you! The psychology of anger and aggression

A lot of people have been very angry about many things lately, both in the real world and online. This is actually nothing unusual. But what is it that makes people so worked up over things which others would find relatively trivial?<p>You can't have missed the latest Twitter debacle. Some deeply …

Slow-Mo Non-Newtonian Fluid on a Speaker

World's first synthetic hamburger gets full marks for 'mouth feel'

A little pale, lacking in juiciness and seasoning, but close your eyes and the synthetic hamburger was 'definitely meat'<p>All it took was a little butter and sunflower oil and, in less than 10 minutes, the world's most expensive burger, grown from muscle stem cells in a lab, was ready to eat.<p>"I was …

Material magic: Objects with hidden talents

Why mass has a split personality

Oddly entangled: Quantum relationships in space

How analogies shape our thoughts

Why space and time have a secret connection

The unPC PC: computer writes sexist jokes

A computer that writes sexist jokes has been developed by scientists.<p>The machine, which has been created by scientists at the University of Edinburgh, was designed to generate its own witty one-liners following a simple set of rules.<p>The system was programmed to exploit one of the most successful …

Comedy

All Of The Asteroids That Could Potentially End The World

Here's the path of the nearly 1,400 asteroids that would cause "major devastation" if they hit our planet.<p>It's no surprise that NASA is keeping track of all potentially hazardous objects, or PHOs, that surround our planet. If it's closer than 4.6 million miles away and larger than about 350 feet in …

How did milk turn from a toxin to a staple of the Western diet?

Lactose is a naturally occurring sugar you'll find in milk, while lactase is the enzyme that helps us digest it. The thing is, for most of our existence, the human species has only been able to produce lactase in the early years of life, rendering the consumption of milk during adulthood an …