A Perfect Storm
May 1st, 2007

There’s no limit to the lengths storm chasers will go to for a great photo. Some seem to attack the task like an episode of MTV stunt show Jackass, but the wider storm-chasing community mostly dismisses them.

The bionic eye
August 5th, 2010

The difference between an eye (with millions of neurons, a network of controlling muscles and a hard-to-reach position) and an ear (a fixed structure of comparatively simple bone) is like repairing a toy dump truck and a space shuttle. But life for those with sight deficiencies is equally difficult.

Porn’s place in history laid bare
January 30th, 2011

“I became aware of [the connection] when I wrote a technology column,” the author says on the phone from his Canadian home. “I first became aware of it around the time of the internet but started hearing stories about the VCR. I realised it was a really powerful force and shaped a lot of things people who had nothing to do with pornography enjoy and use everyday, but it was hardly being talked about.”

Why we plateau
April 6th, 2013

The weight loss plateau is nature’s way of telling you you’ve lost all the weight you’re going to lose with your current diet or exercise regime. That’s your signal to go to the next phase and ramp things up.

Game for some nostalgia
June 14th, 2013

The love of old games might be just one more reaction to our cultural/generational fear that the world’s changing and moving just too fast, a yearning for a simpler time when you had to buy a game cartridge at a store or go to a milk bar to play a video game – and where a controller had one button instead of eight.

New technique leads to accidental side effect
June 18th, 2012

Incredibly, with the nerves that used to lead to the patient’s hand now growing into his chest, those muscles became stand-in hands. Hot, cold, sharp, dull and pressure down to a single gram of force can now be ‘felt’ by an extremity that isn’t there any more.

You, Rewired Our sense of self is one of the deepest and seemingly immobile ...
February 12th, 2018

In Pursuit of Memory In Pursuit of Memory is a journey of discovery for British neuroscientist ...
November 6th, 2017

The Art of Healing Coloring in or sculpting to heal the injured brain or psyche might ...
June 22nd, 2016

The Brain Without Food Despite representing only 2 percent of the body mass, the brain consumes ...
May 1st, 2016

Rescue Robots Imagine the scene after a huge earthquake or natural catastrophe, of the ...
April 1st, 2016

Imagine the scene after a huge earthquake or natural catastrophe, of the ...

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