The fascinating story of how scientists unraveled DNA’s double helix

Today is the 65th anniversary since the discovery!

5 Simple Ways Seniors Can Enjoy Life After a Knee Replacement

A knee replacement is not a sentence.

The Hjertefølgers’ cob house might just be the coziest place in the subarctic

Please adopt me I wanna be part of this!

This fun online game lets you play a propaganda master — and it’s a fake news vaccine

Sowing #fear and #disiniformation has never been this educative!

Can Anyone Really Watch Us Via Web Camera?

Simple tips on how this happens and how you can protect yourself.

The art of science writing — and why jargon and stuffiness isn’t helping anyone

No one wins when science is hard to read.

Will AI start to take over writing? How will we manage it?

An AI writer — can this really be?

Dogs in space: the adventures of the U.S.S.R. canine cosmonauts

A big step for canine-kind.

Hangry, mansplaining, and lactivism added to Oxford Dictionary

Don’t be dickish about it — this is no masstige.

Why a baby shark is called a pup — and other unusual baby animal names

If this doesn’t make you go ‘aww’ then I don’t know what will.

Walk right in: Berlin’s transit authority and Adidas create unique, wearable shoe-passes

Only 500 pairs will be made.

Most beers and wines aren’t vegetarian — or why there’s fish bladder in your pint

Who wants to drink fish guts?

Useful tips for writing a coursework

Many students are lulled into a false sense of security by coursework — here’s how to make sure you don’t.

Five Reasons Why We Should be Exploring Space

Why bother about space in the first place? Well, here’s why.

Thailand’s going crazy over penis whitening, with over 100 customers queuing up every month

Oh, how modern technology spoils us.

Regardless of culture or country, people make more babies during the holidays

Ehehehehehe. Happy holidays, everyone.

Internet searchers reveal people’s favorite Christmas spirit

Brandy, it turns out, is the most popular Christmas drink — at least in the UK.

This 1890 mechanical device sounds just like a real bird

It sounds incredibly natural.

“Exceptional” mammoth skeleton sold for over half a million dollars in France

He’s fat AND big boned. Well, was. Now he’s just big boned.

New US tax bill would pile more taxes on PhD students

Not a promising sign for research in the states.