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10 Pet Cats Who Stole the Scenes in Movies
If there are two things we can’t get enough of, it’s movies and cats – so what could be better than a list of our favorite filmic felines that stole the show from their human co-stars.
Groundbreaking Seamless Incisions Could Change the Face of Surgery
A new form of suture technology could see surgeons wave goodbye to stitches and staples when closing wounds. We take a look at what IonMed’s pioneering development could mean for laparoscopic surgery.
Cement Manufacturing Destroying Kashmir Fossil Beds
India’s Guryul Ravine in the embattled Kashmir region is the site of one of the world’s richest fossil beds. The Vale of Kashmir. Image by Emuzesto The site includes ri
Biofuel Racing Hits Atlanta
Photo: Brent Hensarling The flag dropped this month on the first-ever clean, green motorsports racing series at Road Atlanta’s 11th Annual Petit le Mans. That’s right. Green racing. Eco-conscious and a hell of a lot faster than prototype solar
M&S Bag Tax
British retail giant Marks & Spencer will begin charging 5p (10 cents) for a plastic bag in a move to reduce plastic waste. The move comes after a successful campaign in the company’s Northern Ireland stores, where the amount of bags used by custo
Smell-O-Vision Is Back!
Photo: Image by Mario Sepülveda Believe it or not, scientists at one point did attempt to make a television that, through concentrated oils, could broadcast smells that complemented the mood on screen, and sucked you deeper into the drama from … <a
5 Coolest Links of the Week
From shocking x-rays and violent courthouse incidents to extreme cases of OCD, here are five fascinating top ten lists from the interwebs.
Can Iron Man Beat the iPhone for HTC?
Robert Downey Jr. has been drafted in by HTC to help boost its struggling smartphone business. But does Iron Man have the iron might to push the company ahead of the market leaders?
UK Government-Sponsored Massacre!
In a move criticised as biased, scientist Sir David King has advised the UK government that they should cull badger populations in an attempt to prevent the spread of tuberculosis among cattle, disregarding evidence that such a move is unworkable.