Movie & TV
Past 24 hours
Past 7 days
Past 30 days
New discoveries in Laos deepen the ancient mystery of the Plain of Jars
A team of archaeologists from the Australian National University has discovered over 100 ancient stone jars across 15 sites ...
Self-driving electric wheelchairs to be tested at Narita Airport
In a bid to help those with limited mobility get to the gate, Tokyo Narita International Airport is set to welcome a number ...
Spryng mimics natural leg muscle movements to boost circulation and improve recovery
From a grueling leg day at the gym to hours spent sat in an office cubicle, our lower legs can easily sustain damage, leading ...
Luxury prefabricated treehouse revealed at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show
UK treehouse architectural firm, Blue Forest has revealed its prefabricated luxury treehouse exhibit as part of this year's ...
Sikorsky HH-60W Combat Rescue Helicopter makes maiden flight
The US Air Force's next rescue helicopter took to the skies for the first time on Friday, completing a 1.2 hour flight at the ...
Next-gen milk carton designed to help reduce food waste
Although many people throw milk away once it reaches its "best before" date, the fact is that the milk will still likely be ...
Psychedelic Medicine 101: LSD and psilocybin vs alcoholism
Despite a large volume of positive research in the 1950s and 60s, it is only now scientists are rekindling the idea that LSD ...
Biomarker study detects onset of Alzheimer’s up to 30 years before symptoms appear
A new study has outlined nine different measures that can be used to identify Alzheimer's years before the onset of cognitive ...
$15 million XPrize to tackle youth illiteracy winds up with two winners
The Global Learning XPrize, a worldwide competition to improve illiteracy in the developing world, has drawn to a close with ...
New study suggests humans and Neanderthals split off earlier than we thought
New research suggests humans and Neanderthals split off from their last common ancestor earlier than we previously ...
Striking museum designed to resemble mankind's earliest tools
Daniel Libeskind's firm Studio Libeskind has unveiled plans for a striking new museum in Kenya that's intended to resemble ...
Scientists create the loudest possible sound
Researchers blasted tiny jets of water with an X-ray laser to create the maximum possible sound underwater(Credit: Claudiu ...