There is no doubt that smoking is bad for your health, but the health effects of e-cigarettes are less clear-cut
Tune in on August 15th to watch Russian cosmonauts, Oleg Artemyev and Sergey Prokopyev, launch satellites from the International Space Station. The expected six hours spacewalk will be broadcast on NASA Television and the agency’s website, live from 11:15 am. … Continued
Sitting at the table with you as you make small talk about your day, occasionally buzzing, sometimes beeping, is an awkward third wheel gate crashing your dinner date
Our photographs are edited, the campervan has been emptied, and we’ve finally snipped off our wristbands – Bluedot 2018 is officially finished, but we’re not quite ready to say goodbye to our favourite festival
Discover how VR will change everything! Also inside: Meet the prehistoric giant ground sloths, the chemistry of ice cream, how to design the perfect spacesuit and so much more!!! Pick up your copy of issue 115 from all good retailers or … Continued
This irritating phenomenon has many names in the scientific literature: imagined music, involuntary musical imagery, involuntary semantic memories, intrusive songs, or slightly disconcertingly, ‘earworms’.
Our ancient brains evolved the perfect way to keep us safe by controlling the chemicals in our mind to moderate our behaviour
When lepidopterist Andrei Sourakov from the Florida Museum of Natural History stumbled across dozens of glossy black Idia moth (Idia lubricalis) entering the hollow of a giant southern red oak, he was stunned at what he found inside. Not usually … Continued
We talk about the oceans most feared predator with shark expert Dr. David Shiffman and find out their killer reputation is far from deserved
Hosepipe bans, parched grass, scorching pavements, Met Office warnings, ice creams melting faster than we can keep up – we almost miss grey skies and drizzle (.. almost).