Full Moon Provides Dramatic Show for Stargazers Around the World (Photos)

Full Moon Provides Dramatic Show for Stargazers Around the World (Photos)

When you buy through links in our articles, Future and its syndication partners may earn a commission. The full moon in July shines above the Eiffel Tower, adorned with Olympic rings. | Credit: Photo by WANG ZHAO/AFP via Getty Images July’s full moon captivated stargazers around the world, shining brightly all weekend. A full moon … Read more

Lions? They’re the ants you have to worry about on safari

Lions? They’re the ants you have to worry about on safari

Sitting in the back of a 4×4 Landcruiser, watching nature documentaries unfold in real time, it’s easy to become complacent on safari. Scenes shine with a Disney-esque sheen when viewed from the cosseted safety of a tour vehicle. But take a step solid groundand the mood can change very quickly. Last week, another tourist made … Read more

“Teenage girls have so much cultural and economic power”

“Teenage girls have so much cultural and economic power”

If you’re still recovering from One Direction’s breakup eight years after the boy band split, you’re in luck. While the boys won’t be reuniting for a final tour for a while, the brand new London opening, Fangirls, might be the next best thing. The musical, by Australian screenwriter Yve Blake, premiered in her home country … Read more

Scientists discover ‘dark’ oxygen being produced more than 13,000 feet below the ocean’s surface

Scientists discover ‘dark’ oxygen being produced more than 13,000 feet below the ocean’s surface

Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news about fascinating discoveries, scientific developments and more. A mysterious phenomenon first observed in 2013 aboard a ship in a remote part of the Pacific Ocean seemed so absurd that ocean scientist Andrew Sweetman was convinced his measuring equipment was faulty. Sensor readings … Read more

Scientists discover ‘dark’ oxygen being produced more than 13,000 feet below the ocean’s surface

Scientists discover ‘dark’ oxygen being produced more than 13,000 feet below the ocean’s surface

Sign up for CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. Explore the universe with news about fascinating discoveries, scientific developments and more. A mysterious phenomenon first observed in 2013 aboard a ship in a remote part of the Pacific Ocean seemed so absurd that ocean scientist Andrew Sweetman was convinced his measuring equipment was faulty. Sensor readings … Read more

Protecting the human epigenome with nutritional epigenetic intervention programs

Protecting the human epigenome with nutritional epigenetic intervention programs

Dr. Renee J. Dufault, director of the Food Ingredient and Health Research Institute, explains the importance of nutritional epigenetics in understanding the impact of nutrients and dietary chemicals on gene expression patterns, and their role in the development of conditions such as autism and ADHD. Rising rates of autism, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder, and type 2 … Read more

The sleepy corner of South Africa where the world’s best olive oil comes from

The sleepy corner of South Africa where the world’s best olive oil comes from

As I swirl the golden liquid in my glass, I catch an aroma of freshly cut grass, the scent of extra virgin olive oil at its finest. I swallow, tasting the peppery notes of the polyphenols that have earned a small farm in South Africa’s Klein Karoo the title of the world’s best oil. As … Read more

Strictly Come Dancing scandal – live: Steve Backshall ‘complaint’ resurfaces

Strictly Come Dancing scandal – live: Steve Backshall ‘complaint’ resurfaces

Past Strictly Come Dancing Controversies are resurfacing as the BBC series finds itself embroiled in scandal – the biggest controversy in 20 years. Since its launch in 2000, the BBC dance competition has defied critics and rival ratings contenders to become one of Britain’s most watched and enduring successes. Following behind-the-scenes revelations, a “complaint” from … Read more

Michael Stipe on Limbo District, the Best Band You’ve Never Heard Of

“I thought I’d landed in a hippie cowtown,” Michael Stipe says of his first months as an art student in Athens, Georgia. “I was an urban punk rocker, and Athens was beige and granola; it took me a while to find my ‘people.’” But in 1979, in the only coffee shop left open after Stipe … Read more