As you age, your muscles and mind breaks down until you pass, but why will no one ever live beyond the age of 122? Well, science has a few answers.
I have no idea what I made for my science project when I was 16, but there’s no chance it came close to what Kiara Nirghin managed to put together.
It takes something rather impressive to woo the judges of this competition, but Chinese photographer Yu Jun seems to have done just that.
Every wondered how you became so drunk, all the while drinking less than those around you? Let’s turn to science for the answer to that one.
They may look rather ungainly, especially when they decide to use their necks as weapons, but there’s more to the giraffe than meets the eye.
I think the headline says it all – take your seat and watch a little history take place.
SpaceX is on a mission, and their latest rocket landed on Earth in an upright position. It’s the timelapse photographs that are all the rage though.
Up in the Northern Cape there’s a massive telescope project being built, and it just released some epic photographs of the universe.
Most of us enjoy a snack after doing the no pants dance, but in the world of the praying mantis that snack often has fatal consequences.
It has been ages since we gave you insight into the latest Mars conspiracy – and this time they’re really reaching for the stars.
There’s an awful lot of science that points towards just how grave the repercussions of climate change will be, but sometimes some pictures can do the trick.
If you have ever laid eyes on Angkor Wat you’ll know it’s a thing of real beauty, but now a new discovery is shaking up everything historians thought they knew.
What happens when you pass away and there is no next of kin to inform? Sometimes it’s a long, expensive wait to head six feet under.
A mother in the UK is currently involved in a landmark legal battle, seeking to carry on her daughter’s legacy in a rather unusual manner.
There’s something about a message afloat on the ocean that piques our interest, and now we have a new world record holder.
It’s something you’ve probably heard said out loud before, although it turns out science ain’t exactly backing up that theory.
For TIME Magazine influence means activism‚ innovation and achievement – so which South African could it be?
Canada’s PM schooled a snarky reporter on the topic of quantum computing, much to the approval of the students.
There’s a sphere with heavy iron content located in a forest in Bosnia, and while an archaeologist thinks it’s handmade others are less certain.
We all know April 1 was full of lame attempts to con gullible readers, but at least one far-fetched story was actually true.
We might have little dinosaur chickens running around in the near future if these crazy scientists have anything to do with it.
If you watch Hollywood movies you’ll know that attempts to bring species back from the dead usually doesn’t end well. This shows promise though.
Spare a thought for the parents of this baby, who must have feared something was wrong when their child entered the world. Not so though.
The NASA space dude who has tweeted brilliant images of Earth from outer space pulled a “prank” on his co-astronauts and got a few laughs.
Adolf Hitler was known to have one hell of a temper, his shouting and screaming a staple of his political speeches. Now we might understand why.
Men who are addicted to their cellphones might be affecting their sperm count and if they don’t act now, there might be more issues down the line.