New technology will now bridge the gap between the deaf and the hearing by translating sign language into words.
5 Tips on Making the Most of Your Hotel Stay
Most of us don't travel as much as they'd like to. There's work and life and budget and we somehow only manage to squeeze in a single week if traveling in a year. Well, since..
The Incredible Women of the Mercury Project
The Mercury Project was the first series of experiments conducted by the US government in order to land a man on the moon.
The Royal Doggies
The British royal family has been an animal lover for decades, and that most of its members keep some lucky dogs as pets.
Meet the Extinct Australian Lion
A recent excavation in Australia reveals the remains of an extinct marsupial lion that dates back 23 million years ago.
These Glow in the Dark Plants Could Reduce Light Pollution
Environmental specialists are trying to save us from the problems of global warming. This might be a game-changer.
Alfred Wegener and the Tectonic Plates Theory
Looking at the world map, Ortelius noticed that the west side of Africa and the East coast of South America look like two puzzle pieces separated by the Atlantic Ocean.
Why Left Handed People Are So Much Better Than Righties
Lefties need to learn to get used to many things that right-handed people take for granted. But there is an advantage to that.
The Mysterious Thirteenth Astrological Sign
We're not exactly seeing what the ancient Babylonians saw anymore and the constellations don’t match the zodiac anymore!
Do Dogs Really Have to Lift a Leg to Mark Their Territory?
Biologically speaking, there is more to dog urination than just relieving a full digestive system. It's communication.