Author: fuchsbau

Making copper the ancient way

Historically, copper was the first metal to be worked by people. The discovery that it could be hardened with a little tin to form the alloy bronze gave the name to the Bronze Age....

Rotten Tomatoes’ best sci-fi movies of all time

Cue the theremin, summon some extraterrestrials, and insert that social commentary: It’s Rotten Tomatoes’ list of the 100 best sci-fi movies of all time, ranked by adjusted Tomatometer from at least 40 reviews! SIGNS (2002) 74%...

Why consume micro-algae?

Algae are a vast, diverse group of organisms, among the most ancient life on Earth. They range from single-celled micro-algae to large forms such as seaweed and kelp. Nowadays, micro-algae are marketed as dietary...

About Italy

Italy is the fifth most visited country in the world, with a total of 50.7 million international arrivals in 2015. The total contribution of travel & tourism to GDP (including wider effects from investment,...

The girl who doctors can’t diagnose

Nine year-old Katie Renfroe suffers with a condition so rare that it doesn’t even have a name. Katie was diagnosed with megalencephaly at birth, a growth development disorder characterised by the overgrowth of the...

Solve maths problems in seconds

In this topic our expert trainer Shruti from mathtrix explains how to solve difficult maths problems in a matter of seconds. To enable you to to do faster calculation using best speed maths techniques and...

Silicon Valley’s LSD explosion

Paul Austin, 27, bills himself as a professional microdosing coach. After personally experimenting with the regimen — which involves taking tiny, “sub-perceptual” doses of LSD or another psychedelic for up to 7 months —...