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What a so-LOO-tion! Video reveals how to find the cleanest public toilet at a festival - using mathematical formulas

What a so-LOO-tion! Video reveals how to find the cleanest public toilet at a festival - using...

Nottingham professor reveals how to pick the best toilet at a festival. In a video for Numberphile (pictured) she explains how to choose out of 100.

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No job is too big for these tiny robots! Clip-on machines 3D print BUILDINGS using giant pottery-style wheels

No job is too big for these tiny robots! Clip-on machines 3D print BUILDINGS using giant...

Experts at the Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia created a 'family' of small construction robots with different trades, such as piping and reinforcing.

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Theory suggests the speed of light is SLOWER than first thought

Theory suggests the speed of light is SLOWER than first thought

The theory by Dr James Franson from the University of Maryland looked at why light particles of supernova SN 1987A, arrived 4.7 hours later than expected.

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Here comes the sun! Amateur astronomer captures incredible images of solar activity from his back garden

Here comes the sun! Amateur astronomer captures incredible images of solar activity from his...

A Dutch astronomer has capture remarkable images of the sun (shown). Ivan Kooren used off the shelf equipment to capture the stunning photos.

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Happiness is...using words that contain the letter 'i': Sound of the vowel triggers positive emotions in the brain

Happiness is...using words that contain the letter 'i': Sound of the vowel triggers positive...

A team of researchers from Germany found the articulation of vowels influences our feelings, and the letter 'o' is linked with negative emotions.

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Self-driving hover cars set to soar above traffic on magnetic tracks

Self-driving hover cars set to soar above traffic on magnetic tracks

Residents and visitors to Tel Aviv, Israel, will soon be able to take in the bustling city’s sites, from the comfort of a hovering sky car (pictured).

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That's shocking! Genes reveal electric eels evolved their supercharged muscles separately 200 million years ago

That's shocking! Genes reveal electric eels evolved their supercharged muscles separately 200...

A study has sequenced the genome of the electric eel (pictured) for the first time. Some fish gained the ability to produce electricity 200 million years ago.

dailymail.co.uk (1 month and 3 days ago)

Supreme Court rules on abortion clinic buffer zones and Presidential power

Tejinder Singh, Contributor for SCOTUSblog, explains why the Justices ruled protesters are protected by free speech exercised on public land and how limits on recess appointments could impact the President.

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Going ape for Indian and African tunes: Researchers reveal chimpanzee's taste in music - and find they prefer silence to western pop

Going ape for Indian and African tunes: Researchers reveal chimpanzee's taste in music - and...

Emory researchers found chimpanzees like to listen to the different rhythms of music from Africa and India.

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Anne Boleyn was Henry VIII's most 'compatible wife', claims researcher

Anne Boleyn was Henry VIII's most 'compatible wife', claims researcher

Using modern dating techniques, a Cambridge historian found the Tudor king's (pictured) second wife was best suited as they shared high levels of energy and ambition.

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Sprinters are born and not made: Researchers say practice alone is not enough to take on Usain Bolt

Sprinters are born and not made: Researchers say practice alone is not enough to take on Usain...

Michigan researchers say all the best sprinters in history were exceptionally fast prior to beginning formal training.

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Researchers reveal oldest animal-made reef and it looks like a mountain of tiny ice cream cones

Researchers reveal oldest animal-made reef and it looks like a mountain of tiny ice cream cones

Scottish researchers said they found fossils of the oldest-known animal-made reef in Namibia.

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How an unhappy marriage could REALLY break your heart: Researchers say bad relationships can damage your arteries and increase risk of cardiovascular disease

How an unhappy marriage could REALLY break your heart: Researchers say bad relationships can...

Pittsburgh researchers say those in a bad relationship have 8.5 percent greater risk of suffering heart attack or stroke.

dailymail.co.uk (1 month and 3 days ago)


How a diet of slugs and ants gave humans a bigger brain: Researchers reveal foraging led to cognitive development

How a diet of slugs and ants gave humans a bigger brain: Researchers reveal foraging led to...

Canadian researchers say the constant challenge of finding food spurred the development of bigger brains.

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Countdown to Mars: Nasa's Orion capsule that will will take man to the red planet passes first parachute tests

Countdown to Mars: Nasa's Orion capsule that will will take man to the red planet passes first...

The spacecraft it is hoped will take man to Mars has passed its first parachute tests in the Arizona desert with flying colours.

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What a reflie reveals about your relationship: Selfies with your partner are a sign of a strong bond - but make your friends hate you

What a reflie reveals about your relationship: Selfies with your partner are a sign of a strong...

Haverford researchers have warned that snaps with your partner are a double edged sword.

dailymail.co.uk (1 month and 3 days ago)


Burn baby burn: £160 speaker is powered by FIRE and keeps the music playing even during a power cut

Burn baby burn: £160 speaker is powered by FIRE and keeps the music playing even during a power...

Milan-based inventor, Gianluca Gamba, claims a typical candle can last up to five hours and the loudness of the system is comparable to any other music docking station.

dailymail.co.uk (1 month and 4 days ago)


Life's a (dirty) beach: One in 10 water samples taken from U.S. coasts fail to meet safety standards and could cause sickness

Life's a (dirty) beach: One in 10 water samples taken from U.S. coasts fail to meet safety...

One in ten water samples from beaches such as Malibu Pier (pictured) in California have failed to meet safety standards set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

dailymail.co.uk (1 month and 4 days ago)


Are we on the brink of finding dark matter? Simulations of how the universe grew reveal 'halos' that may contain the elusive material

Are we on the brink of finding dark matter? Simulations of how the universe grew reveal 'halos'...

Durham University scientists says their simulation (pictured) of the universe could explain how dark matter formed and why it appears in 'halos'.

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Sweet talk your way to success: Using taste-related words in speech makes you sound more influential

Sweet talk your way to success: Using taste-related words in speech makes you sound more...

Researchers from Princeton University in New Jersey and the Free University of Berlin revealed that words that invoked taste activated brain areas known to be associated with emotional processing.

dailymail.co.uk (1 month and 4 days ago)


There are NOT plenty more fish in the sea: Study finds 90 per cent of larvae starve because pollution stops them feeding

There are NOT plenty more fish in the sea: Study finds 90 per cent of larvae starve because...

Researchers from Tel Aviv University in Israel, have found that 90 per cent of fish larvae (pictured) are biologically doomed to die just days after hatching.

dailymail.co.uk (1 month and 4 days ago)


Rare genetic dental anomaly found in Bronze Age skull

Rare genetic dental anomaly found in Bronze Age skull

Experts at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, found the man had a condition called agenesis, where his two central bottom teeth never formed.

dailymail.co.uk (1 month and 4 days ago)


Meet HitchBOT - the first hitchhiking robot: Welly-wearing droid will use Twitter and Wikipedia to chat to drivers

Meet HitchBOT - the first hitchhiking robot: Welly-wearing droid will use Twitter and Wikipedia...

HitchBOT is hoping to convince people to drive it from Halifax, Nova Scotia, to Victoria, British Columbia. The bot begin its journey on July 27.

dailymail.co.uk (1 month and 4 days ago)


Want to be better with money? Sit in a tall chair: Tricking your brain into feeling powerful motivates you to save more

Want to be better with money? Sit in a tall chair: Tricking your brain into feeling powerful...

Across five studies, authors from Stanford University in California found people who sat in tall chairs saved more of their money than those who sat on a low ottoman.

dailymail.co.uk (1 month and 4 days ago)

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