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Brothers Cycles Across US to Raise Money for Hungry Children

Brothers Cycles Across US to Raise Money for Hungry Children

Brothers and amateur cyclists Chris and Jon Gagnon, 24 and 22 respectively, wanted to do something about child hunger in America. They had always wanted to cycle across the US and ...

Oldest DNA Shares Earliest Modern Humans’ Secrets

Oldest DNA Shares Earliest Modern Humans’ Secrets

The thigh bone of an ancient man that was found in Siberia has yielded some answers about the beginning of modern humans, published in Nature. The man is one of the earliest modern ...

Utah Jazz Basketball Team Signs 5-Year-Old…

Utah Jazz Basketball Team Signs 5-Year-Old…

Salt Lake City’s professional basketball team, the Utah Jazz, made a new signing at the beginning of the month, who proved his worth with a slam dunk within minutes of being signed ...

Young Carers’ Lives Put into Game to Raise Awareness

Young Carers’ Lives Put into Game to Raise Awareness

Working with some charities, young carers in Wales have come up with a way of raising awareness of the types of lives they have to live every day - in the form of a board game. The ...

The Vegetarian Gladiators

The Vegetarian Gladiators

The old adage of eating all your greens so you grow up to be big and strong is true, according to analysis on the bones of Roman gladiators. A study from researchers from Switzerla ...

How is Nature so Sparkly and Shiny?

How is Nature so Sparkly and Shiny?

Have you ever looked at a shiny fish scale or the metallic flecks of colour in a peacocks majestic tail and wondered how nature could be so reflective? Researchers from the Univers ...

Cow-Less Milk Grown in the Lab

Cow-Less Milk Grown in the Lab

A pair of bioengineers in California are trying to create milk - but without the cow (goat, sheep, buffalo…). Perumal Gandhi and Ryan Pandya are two vegans from San Francisco who h ...

Young Carers’ Lives Put into Game to Raise Awareness

Working with some charities, young carers in Wales have come up with a way of raising awareness of the types of lives they have to live every day - in the form of a board game. The game, funded by a Millennium Trust grant, aims to bring the day-to-day issues that young carers face to the attention of other yo more ...

October 29, 2014 (0) comments

BP and GDF Suez Collaborate on New Oil Field Discovery

The discovery of a new oil field in the UK Central North Sea has been announced by oil companies BP and GDF Suez. As the oil field borders on areas operated by both of the firms - and has been flow-tested to suggest that it could yield around 5,350 a day - they have agreed to collaborate and operate the area more ...

October 27, 2014 (0) comments

Mental Health Waiting Time Targets Unveiled

For the first time, waiting time targets have been unveiled for people with mental health conditions. These targets are to be introduced from April next year, in a move that has been greatly welcomed by mental health charities. Every year, mental health issues are thought to be accountable for 70 million lost more ...

October 14, 2014 (0) comments

Oldest DNA Shares Earliest Modern Humans’ Secrets

The thigh bone of an ancient man that was found in Siberia has yielded some answers about the beginning of modern humans, published in Nature. The man is one of the earliest modern humans to have been discovered in Eurasia (the combined land mass of Europe and Asia), dating back around 45,000 years. A genome more ...

October 30, 2014 (0) comments

Enid Blyton’s ‘The Faraway Tree’ to Be Adapted for Cinema

For the first time, the books that make up Enid Blyton’s The Faraway Tree series will be adapted for cinema. Enid Blyton died in 1968, but that hasn’t stopped her stories from remaining a favourite for generations of children around the world. She remains one of the world’s best-selling authors of children's more ...

October 24, 2014 (0) comments

Where is the Happiest Place on Earth?

Where do you think is the happiest place on Earth? Maybe you think UK folks are the cheeriest, or that the US is the most merry. Well, what if we told you that neither of these places even made it into the top ten? The Gallup-Healthways Global Well-Being Index compiled data from 135 countries last year and fo more ...

September 19, 2014 (0) comments

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