Science

Getting a third dose, no matter which you had previously, could be the way.
Few creatures do naptime like the bdelloid rotifer.
Grief is something we all encounter. Whether it's losing a loved one, a friend, a job and everything else, loss can have a profound effect on us and our brains. Dr Lisa Shulman has delved into the notion of loss and grief and their impacts upon the brain in her book Before and After Loss: A Neurologist's Perspective on Loss, Grief and the Brain.
We all feel a little lonely sometimes - but what does loneliness and isolation do to the human mind? Professor Nathan Spreng tells us how loneliness is similar to hunger, a signal that we need nourishment from social interaction and what loneliness can lead to happening in the brain.
It’s one of the most tumultuous events to happen to a woman, but very little study has been undertaken about what pregnancy does to the brain. In this episode of HuffPost’s original series on the inner workings of the mind, neuroscientist Sarah McKay explains how the body prepares itself for pregnancy changes and what the lasting effects can be on a person’s brain function.
The agency also revealed the first audio ever recorded on the surface of the Red Planet.
The six-wheeled rover survived its perilous descent to arrive on a long-vanished Martian lake bed.
The remains may include those of the famed pirate himself, Samuel 'Black Sam' Bellamy.
The director of the UK’s genetic surveillance programme said the coronavirus variant would likely "sweep the world".