The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
A fabulous idea
In Dan Brown’s bestseller The Da Vinci Code, the French police suspect the hero Robert Langdon of having murdered the curator of the Louvre. The metallic button-shaped disc, about the size of a watch battery, which has been planted by the police in his pocket is a GPS tracking dot. It lo...  | Read.. 
Where’s the next icon
He didn’t look like much at first. He was too fat and his head was so big his mother feared it was misshapen or damaged. He didn’t speak unt ...  | Read.. 
Jokes, boasts & blunders
Einstein was so sure about the accuracy of his theory of general relativity that he went to sleep early on May 29, 1919, the day two teams of British physicists in Principe Island in ...  | Read.. 
On September 27, 1905, editors of the German journal Annalen der Physik received a paper which showed that matter and energy are two faces of the same coin; this led to the most famous equation in science ' E=mc2. What's so special about it' How does it influence our lives' Who has the next big formula' It's time for Big Questions
A fabulous idea
Childhood’s end
If you notice a caravan of cars chugging along behind the yellow school bus on the first day of school, it is probably a line of moms not quite able to let go of their first-time kindergartners. For their five- and six-year-olds, the first day at th ...  | Read.. 
Lethal impact
The master switch
Vitamin shield for brain
Women less touchy about status than men
Stroke invites epileptic fits
Pocket-size portable kidney
Psychopaths as stock traders
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