There’s exciting news for those of us whowish to bridge the gap between video games and the real world. Researchers haverecently constructed what may be the world’s first video games incorporatingliving organisms! 

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Scientists have found that your nose is very much helping you decide who your partner should be. This phenomenon is linked to our immune system and a part of our body’s DNA known as the major histocompatibilty complex (MHC).

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Whether for making a fashion statement or just for covering grey hair, people have been using hair dye for many years.

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You probably haven’t thought about yourappendix much, unless it’s landed you in the hospital for emergency surgery.But what exactly is your appendix, and is it really as useless as most peoplebelieve?

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This article is for all of you out there asking yourself where do meteoroids (pieces of space debris that become meteors when they burn up in the Earth’s atmosphere) came from.

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What happens when fashion philosophy and environmental sustainability collide? The answer is sustainable fashion.

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When Alpine Skiing became popular in the 1800s, skis weren’t much more than a couple of wooden planks attached to your feet with leather and laces. Skis have certainly come a long way!

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Ever wonder why penguins are so “well-dressed”? In fact, the black and white tuxedo-like “look” of the modern day penguin is a departure from that of a prehistoric predecessor.

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While the cast of the movie The Hangover gets themselves intohilarious predicaments the day after a night of excessive drinking inLas Vegas, the reality of an actual hangover is a lot less humorous.

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 Wind is essential to pull a kiteboard through the waves (see photo above), but what exactly is wind, and how is it created?

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