Canadian athlete Olga Kotelko didn’t start training until the age of 77, and at 91 she is still winning medals and breaking world records.
The hand-rickshaw may soon disappear from the streets of Calcutta but not everyone will be sad to see them go, as Judy Swallow reports…
The teeming trillions of bacteria in the digestive tracts of mice have been shown to affect the animals’ brain development and behaviour.
Researchers in the US report on progress toward the ability to record and interpret dreams by measuring activity in the brain.
The hunt for aliens should allow for the fact that ETs may be thinking machines rather than like us, a leading researcher says.
A galactic magnifying glass shows the Universe will probably expand forever, resulting in a slow death
In: Articles of Note
“New cognitive research suggests that language profoundly influences the way people see the world; a different sense of blame in Japanese and Spanish.”
emerging and decaying Higgs particles sound like
Schoenberg and the Viennese school
Scientists simulate the sounds set to be made by sub-atomic particles such as the Higgs boson when they are produced at the LHC.
SAN FRANCISCO — When one of the most important e-mail messages of his life landed in his in-box a few years ago, Kord Campbell overlooked it. . .