The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition, founded in 1964, is an annual international showcase of the very best in nature photography. Owned by the Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide, the
Looks a bit like home! Looks a bit like Earth, doesn't it? You wouldn't find this planet very comfortable, however. Called HD 189773b, it's 1,000 degrees Celsius on its surface and it rains glass. Sideways.
Maybe, but it's going to take a long time. For the past 200,000 years or so, fatty and sugary foods were hard for humans to come by and well worth gorging on. Fats help maintain body temperature, sugars
Why do some people prefer adventure and the company of others, while others favour being alone? It’s all to do with how your brain processes rewards. Will you spend Saturday night in a crowded bar, or
By splicing together images from siblings, parents and children, one photographer is exploring the way in which we inherit our appearances. “Family faces are magic mirrors looking at people who belong
The need for high-performing employees, and for hiring the right candidate for the right job at the right time, has never been greater. Here’s how the talent hunt is being transformed. We are not what
Pavan Mathew is Global Head of Connected Car for Telefonica Digital. Many of us dream of autonomous cars. Just imagine the relaxation of completely hands-free driving that is both seamless and safe, unlocking
The limits of travel are defined not by what vehicles can do, but by what vehicles can do to us. So how much can we take? On the morning of October 25, 1999, captain Michael Kling and his first officer,
New York to London in an hour - by train By Mark Halper | June 4, 2012, 9:35 PM PDT 105 Comments more + A giant sucking sound could one day help transport people from New York to Beijing in 2 hours. Above,
Three college students are building an electricity-free light bulb for the masses. We've all basked in the glow of different light bulbs: incandescent, fluorescent, halogen, neon, LED, and more. But a
The spread of computing to every corner of our physical world doesn’t just mean a proliferation of screens large and small—it also means we’ll soon come to rely on mobile computers with no screens at “It’s
If by "love" you mean "can't afford to leave." This just in: Those darn millennials won't move out of their parents' basements. Data released by the Pew Research Center this month shows young adults between
Plus some other fun facts about the solar system! Hello, tiny human! If you needed a quick reminder of how small you are in the universe, just check out this video, created by designer Philipp Dettmer.
The research group wants to develop machines with the capability for higher brain function. The Department of Defense's research arm, DARPA, already has a lot of things on its wish list this year, but
We're giving you essays about food, written by the Food52 community, to read over your morning coffee. Want to share your story? Send it to us at [email protected] Today: Just in time for Labor Day, Tom
In our new weekly series On the Grill, our Sunday Dinners columnist Tom Hirschfeld shows us how to grill everything from steaks to salads with confidence (and style). Today: 7 tips for a taco night on
This week's Guest Editor, Clotide Dusoulier of Chocolate & Zucchini, has shared a week's worth of recipes from her new book, The French Market Cookbook. Some cookbooks take us to faraway lands, to places
Convenience, as far as food is concerned, does not cater to the obsessed. It does not cater to those passionate about the process, those who are at their happiest digging their hands into a squishy ball
Every week we take a peek inside the lunches of the luckiest kids in Brooklyn. Read on, suppress your jealousy, and get a little brown bag inspiration. We're on vacation in Wainscott, NY, this week, so
It's no secret -- we love a good 'gram. Here, we'll be posting our favorite Instagram from the food world, on a different theme each week. This week, we're taking a break from a busy day to enjoy a snack.