Over 110,000 people were moved from their homes following the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan in March 2011. Another 50,000 ...
Philip Thomas
Thu, 23 Nov 17
It came from outer space … and went back there two weeks later, having astonished and excited astronomers and planetary ...
Monica Grady
Thu, 23 Nov 17
When a human looks at a distant skyscraper, it appears small to the eye. It’s a visual illusion, and we ...
Scarlett Howard, Adrian Dyer
Thu, 23 Nov 17
What does society want and need from the arts and humanities? That’s a question that we’ve been asking in a ...
Tim Cole
Thu, 23 Nov 17
Not all robots will take over human jobs. My colleagues and I have just unveiled a prototype care robot that ...
Conor McGinn
Thu, 23 Nov 17
An Epoch Times Survey
Most developed societies in the West are currently plagued by endemic sleep loss, falling well short of the eight hours ...
Sasha Handley
Thu, 23 Nov 17
The collapse of talks to form a coalition government in Germany has left an unsettling sense of uncertainty in Europe’s ...
Tom Quinn
Thu, 23 Nov 17
Microdermabrasion and skin needling are relatively new fads in skin beauty treatments. While claims of their effectiveness for more serious ...
Cara McDonald
Thu, 23 Nov 17
The Liberal National Party has promised that if it wins the upcoming Queensland election it will introduce a “standalone” domestic ...
Marilyn McMahon, Paul McGorrery
Thu, 23 Nov 17
For the first time in the court’s history, the UK will not have a judge sitting at the International Court ...
Rosa Freedman
Thu, 23 Nov 17
An Epoch Times Survey
Reducing “stress granules,” gritty blobs of RNA that form when things like heat, viruses, or toxins stress a cell, may ...
Barbara Moran
Thu, 23 Nov 17
Simmering tension between the governments of tiny Lebanon (pop. 6m), the most religiously diverse country in the Middle East, and ...
David Kilgour
Thu, 23 Nov 17
The British chancellor, Philip Hammond, was roundly criticised on November 19 after claiming there were “no unemployed people” during a ...
Daiga Kamerāde, Lisa Scullion
Thu, 23 Nov 17
Scientific studies used to monitor the impact of industry on Aboriginal rock art in north west Western Australia are inadequate, ...
John Black
Thu, 23 Nov 17