Science & Health☰
From jungles in the tropics to Antarctica’s Southern Ocean, the most diverse parts of the planet are among the areas that climate change is transforming.
Feb 23, 2017
Can testosterone gel improve memory, correct anemia, increase bone density or prevent the growth of coronary artery plaque in older men with low testosterone levels? Four new studies in JAMA and JAMA Internal Medicine found improvement in some of these measures.
Feb 22, 2017
These five exoplanets are prime candidates to potentially support life. They are very likely to be rocky, and orbit in the conservative estimates for the habitable zones of their host stars. It is important to note that just because these planets are in the habitable zone, it does not necessarily mean they are home to lifeforms. Further observations will be needed to determine this for sure.
Feb 21, 2017
NASA is about to reveal a discovery made beyond our solar system: Here's when and where you can watch it LIVE!
Barren Island volcano erupts again: Here's all you need to know about the only active volcano in India
A SpaceX Dragon craft made a successful launch on 19 February carrying supplies to the International Space Station. The first mission by Elon Musks company, since a test rocket exploded on the launch pad in September 2016 at Cape Canaveral, went smoothly despite being somewhat delayed.
Feb 20, 2017
Plankton-eating basking shark can reach lengths of up to 12 metres, making it the largest fish in British waters. In the largest study to date, scientists have tracked down its movements during the winter, showing a number of sharks swim south, and spend the season in the sun, off the coasts of Spain, Portugal and North Africa.
Feb 20, 2017
- Mystery behind the origin of 3,000-year-old 'alien' Paracas skulls revealed by DNA testing
- Is having sex and orgasms during pregnancy safe?
- Fossilized aliens on Mars: Expert stuns with statement on crystal-shaped features discovered on red planet
- Gate to Hell: Roman 'portal to the underworld' can kill anyone if they get too close to it, say scientists
- Google's breakthrough AI technique can predict heart attack risk by just scanning your eyes