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Nasa’s Curiosity Mars rover reaching turning point

Nasa is finally thinking about getting its Curiosity rover on the road and heading towards the big mountain at its exploration site in Mars'...

Japanese engineers to build 60-foot Gundam robot

Japanese engineers have unveiled plans to create a moving version of the world famous Gundam robot from the 'Mobile Suit Gundam' anime series. The...

The global craze for hunting down Pokemon

The addictive mobile phone game "Pokemon Go" has fast become a global craze. Pikachu and his friends have now spread around the world to...

Heart disease present in ancient mummies

Researchers say that fatty arteries may not just be a curse of modern unhealthy lifestyles. A study in The Lancet of 137 mummies up to...

Online services help patients avoid hassle of ER waits

New technology is helping patients in the US to see doctors quicker, without having to sit in a waiting room for hours. Online services...

Cocaine ‘rapidly changes the brain’

According to US researchers taking cocaine can change the structure of the brain within hours in what could be the first steps of drug...

Return of the Soyuz capsule from the International Space Station

One American and two Russian astronauts are safely back on Earth in Kazakhstan. Amid heavy fog at the landing site on the Kazakh steppe,...

Hollywood treatment for youthful skin

Cosmetic surgery isn't cheap and it isn't always a quick fix, which is why increasing numbers of Hollywood residents are being seduced by radio...

A Tasmanian sea snail may hold the key to curing herpes

Australian scientists are developing a powerful new drug to prevent the herpes virus. It's based on a protein found in the blood of Tasmanian...

The world’s first driverless electric racing car (Video)

Forget Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso, software engineers are getting set to do battle on the racetrack. An automotive company has unveiled what's claimed...