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This app allows you to try on lipsticks from every brand you've ever had your eye on

Who needs to try on lipstick IRL when you can do it without leaving your room?<p>You might remember Meitu, the selfie-editing app that brought you some …

Millions of People Put Their Coffee Cups Into Recycling Bins - But They're Not Being Recycled

Where do our cups really end up?<p>In the UK, we have got used to getting "What we want, when we want it."<p>So began Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall’s latest …

Sustainability

Britain's abandoned stations, tracks and trains: readers' pictures

Devolution has given councils the power to reopen lines that haven’t been used since the 1960s. We asked you to show us the country’s railways that should be brought back to life<p>An earlier version of this gallery showed a building that was not the disused Redditch station, as stated in a caption. …

Researchers Just Discovered a New State of Matter

Scientists have theorized for decades that an additional state of matter exists, but despite tantalizing hints to its presence, details about this …

Strangely in sync: Scientists solve 350-year-old pendulum clock mystery

The 350-year-old mystery of why pendulum clocks hanging from the same wall can influence each other and synchronize over time may hold even more secrets than previously thought, researchers say.<p>Solving this mystery could shed light on puzzling aspects of a variety of synchronized behaviors, such as …

What Do Star Trails Look Like From The ISS?

To photograph star trails from Earth, simply point your camera and let the Earth rotate, leaving the shutter open.<p>But our 24 hour period is nothing compared to the ISS astronauts, who circle the entire Earth every 90 minutes at some 17,000 mph (27,000 kph).<p>In February of 2010, the cupola was …

Space Exploration