The most stunning images from the worlds of science and technology this week, including a leopard’s daring escape and a scene with two very different Londons. More galleries Iced-up airliners and a violent
Science & InnovationOnly Human Most of my dreams are boring. I’m typically talking to someone I know, either on the phone or in person, in a familiar place. The conversations tend to include ideas that
NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. medical advisers are considering whether there is scientific justification for allowing human studies of a controversial procedure known as “three-parent in vitro fertilization
Here are the best possible explanations for the strange correlation. In case you hadn't heard, cat bites are linked to depression. As I wrote last week, a study in PLOS ONE looked through the health records
If you're taking vitamins to guard against cancer or a heart attack, you've got plenty of company. Nearly half of American adults take a vitamin of some kind each a day. About a third take a multivitamin.
It may be better for all concerned to avoid work emails late at night. Using your smartphone at night might not be the smartest plan. A pair of studies found that people who used the devices after 9 p.m.
We've all sat in front of our Netflix accounts, tirelessly sifting through film and television genres like "Dark Biographical 20th Century Period Pieces" and "Quirky TV Shows Featuring a Strong Female
Populations are growing and cities are booming – but could we soon see skyscrapers turned into centres for crop production? From Chicago warehouses to the south pole growth chamber in Antarctica, the of