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Superstring theory and the music of the spheres create the scientific foundation for Grant Morrison's multiple universe-spanning superhero epic Multiversity.
There are few things more annoying than having to unpick a tangled knot of headphones or cables, but scientists say they've found the answer.
The famed astrophysicist says there's a reason some chemical elements are named for places in the US -- and that we don't have to leave those glory days in the past.
Australia's government-funded research institute, CSIRO, has opened up its photo archives under Creative Commons. Here's a selection of some fascinating images showing the history of scientific research in Australia.
How can something that tastes so good and is so good for you have such awful repercussions for your breath? The American Chemical Society breaks it down.
While time travel, regeneration and Cybermen might seem like the stuff of fiction, The Science of Doctor Who attempts to find the facts behind the world's longest running science fiction show.
Last year Kiera Wilmot was busted for simulating a volcano with toilet cleaner and foil. Her record still lists felony arrest.
Fourth-annual science fair is dedicated to getting girls into STEM subjects. Who better to help than the famous MythBuster?
This luxurious in-home composter promises to recycle your food waste in a matter of hours.
Scientists at the University of Bristol in the UK insist that alcohol allows you to find people more attractive. This contradicts some previous research.