A new discovery may put to rest the longtime mystery that shrouds Europe’s most ancient monument.

Toxic waste shipment returns to UK from Brazil. Containers of British waste arrive at Felixstowe, as Environment Agency investigates alleged illegal export

Horrific human parasites and how to get them

Massive Keystone pipeline leak biggest since 2010

Sustainable living without breaking the bank: How to do it. Saving some green and going green don’t have to be mutually exclusive.

Breaking: Researchers at CERN break “The Speed of Light”

Humans Lived in North America 130,000 Years Ago, Study Claims.

Looking back on a colleague's spectacular success against all odds. His life was a manifestation of amazing willpower - and technology.

Explaining climate change science & rebutting global warming misinformation

Is Fukushima doomed to become a dumping ground for toxic waste?Despite promises of revitalisation from Japan’s government, seven years on from the nuclear disaster the area is still desolate

Why are So Many Powerful Nor’Easters Striking New England?

British physicist Stephen Hawking, among world’s greatest minds of science, dies at 76


The relevance of cytochrome P450 polymorphism in forensic medicine and akathisia-related violence and suicide

Arsenic in food

Is Putin’s new nuclear systems source of mysterious radioactivity in the air?

Arsenic in food

Loneliest tree in the world serves as a perfect record of how humans have permanently altered Earth. Evidence that we have entered the Anthropocene epoch has been presented by scientists.

Newly discovered 400,000-year- old school means humans are way older than we thought. Ancient toolmaking school has everyone thinking that our species has been talking, teaching and making tech for a really long time.

The Importance of Fostering Emotional Diversity in Boys

Microsoft's Monster Run Is Just Beginning. Microsoft may not be one of the FAANG stocks that's captured investors' attention in 2017, but it's rallied like one, nevertheless. And that rally is showing more signs of life this December.

How are these elders living past 100 ?

The 12-year-old prodigy whose "first language" is Mozart -
Alma Deutscher was playing piano and violin
by the time she was 3 years old
and wrote her first opera at 10.
For her, making music seems as
natural as breathing

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