SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
HERE'S WHAT'S HAPPENING WITH THE WORLD'S FIRST SPACE-BASED NATION
"We plan to have this station in space and on the moon."
EUROPEAN COURT OF JUSTICE RULING COULD OPEN FLOODGATES FOR SPURIOUS VACCINATION CLAIMS
The European Court of Justice has been accused of undermining Britain’s vaccination programme after ruling that patients can sue for illnesses they believe were caused by jabs, even when there is no scientific evidence.
UK WEATHER: BARRISTERS REMOVE WIGS AND GOWNS AS BRITAIN SIZZLES IN HOTTEST JUNE DAY SINCE 1976
Barristers and judges were allowed to ditch their traditional gowns and wigs and school sent pupils home as Britain experience the hottest day for 40 years yesterday.
EVEN UGLY ANIMALS CAN WIN HEARTS AND DOLLARS FOR CONSERVATION
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GOOGLE NOW EMPLOYS AI TO HELP YOU LAND A NEW JOB
Google launched it's personalized job search function in the U.S. today as part of its efforts to utilize artificial intelligence in everything it does. Now, you can search for jobs that you prefer without the hassle of going through multiple sites and job boards.
HOW SCHRÖDINGER'S CAT HELPS EXPLAIN THE NEW FINDINGS ABOUT THE QUANTUM ZENO EFFECT
These findings could open up new areas of research into how we might control quantum systems.
HOW MANY TEENS ARE REALLY HAVING SEX THESE DAYS?
The percentage of teens in the U.S. who have had sex has ticked down since the 1980s, a new report finds.
SOLVING THE RIDDLE OF WHY ROLLING LUGGAGE WOBBLES
(Inside Science) -- Anyone who has ever had to rush from one airport gate to another may have experienced how much trouble a wobbly, rolling suitcase can cause, even while walking at modest speeds.
SCIENTISTS CREATE "SUN-FREE TAN" WITH CHEMICAL THAT ALSO KEEPS SKIN SAFE FROM SUN DAMAGE
Researchers have created a compound from a natural chemical that boosts melanin in the skin without sun exposure. This tanning effect works with any skin tone and boosts natural protection against skin cancer.
DRUGS AND CARRIE FISHER: HOW COCAINE, MDMA AFFECT HEART
Actress Carrie Fisher had a number of drugs in her system, including cocaine and MDMA, when she went into cardiac arrest before her death in December.