That the government will allow a few to get cannabidiol medicine is good news. That is all that can be said. Once more a decision emerges that reveals the evils of a politicised, centralised, deadened health service.
Is it possible that plants have feelings too and if so what proof is there? With the controversial field of plant neurobiology igniting opinions, Jade Norton leafs you wondering what the future may hold for plant cognitive research.
So, were Neanderthals us? Leaving the chin and beetling brow out of it, would we notice a Neanderthal in the room? And if one was there, could he paint a picture?
An asteroid orbiting the sun has surprised astronomers by turning out to be roughly spherical in shape – possibly qualifying it to be the smallest dwarf planet in the solar system.
The next full moon of 2019 — nicknamed the “beaver moon” — will reach its peak Tuesday morning when the annual Taurid meteor shower will be at its best.
Psychedelic microdosing has gained recent popularity after claims that microdosing lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD) can have a beneficial effect on creativity and cognition.
REAGAN GAVIN RASQUINHA explores how the mind can create success stories out of random ideas that manifest during a dream
PARIS — A team of scientists who last week announced have created a virtual-reality tour that allows users to “teleport” themselves inside the structure and explore its architecture.
New study adds evidence to the theory that Neanderthals did not vanish but rather assimilated into human immigrant populations and arrived in what is now Israel about 40,000 years ago.
Researchers have uncovered fascinating new insights into an ancient mountaintop settlement high up in the Peruvian Andes, which pre-dates the famous Inca site of Machu Picchu.
Psilocybin has shown promise for conditions like depression. Now, researchers are asking if the psychedelic experience is absolutely necessary to treat mental health.
If organisms were transferred from Mars to Earth on a meteorite billions of years ago, they could have been the original seeds of life on our own planet. If so, we could all literally be Martians.
Humanity can very easily learn how to save lives when a destructive asteroid appears – and not by blowing it up or changing its course.
A road crew building a new roundabout found ancient artefacts that date back to a period of American history about which little is known.
Cosmic rays unveiled a hidden chamber within the Great Pyramid. Muons, the high-energy particles generated when collide with our atmosphere, where used to explore inside without moving a stone.