Direct brain interface between humans
Nov 9, 2014 · 7 

By Science Daily

DNA Left In Snakebites Could Speed Treatment
Nov 9, 2014 · 3 

By Mary Beth Griggs

Planet formation captured in photo
Nov 9, 2014

By Jonathan Webb

Planet formation captured in photo
Nov 9, 2014

By Jonathan Webb

Planet formation captured in photo
Nov 9, 2014 · 13 

By Jonathan Webb

Planet formation captured in photo
Nov 9, 2014

By Jonathan Webb

47-Million-Year-Old Pregnant Mare Sheds Light on Ancient Horses
Nov 9, 2014 · 1 

Credit: Sven Tränkner | Senckenberg Research Institute Frankfurt By Laura Geggel When a thirsty pregnant horse drank from a freshwater lake 47 million years ago, she was unaware that poisonous volcanic gases might lead to her sudden demise. Now, the fossilized remains of the mare and her tiny, unborn foal are revealing new insights into reproduction …

Secularists call for an inclusive national ceremony of remembrance
Nov 7, 2014 · 36 

By The National Secular Society

‘Big Bang’ of Species May Be Explained by Continental Shift
Nov 7, 2014 · 13 

Credit: Ian Dalziel By Kelly Dickerson A sudden explosion of new life-forms hundreds of millions of years ago may have been triggered by a major tectonic shift, new research shows. About 530 million years ago, the Cambrian explosion brought a surge in new species to Earth, including most modern animal groups. Recent studies suggest that, during the …

Half Of Brits Say Religion Does More Harm Than Good, And Atheists Can Be Just As Moral
Nov 7, 2014 · 18 

By Jessica Elgot More than half of Britons believe that religion does more harm than good, with less than a quarter believing faith is a force for good, the Huffington Post UK can reveal today. Even 20% of British people who described themselves as being ‘very religious’ said religion was harmful to society, and a …

Activity in dendrites critical in memory formation
Nov 7, 2014 · 9 

By Science Daily