The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Fits of fury
Hereís how it happens. Letís suppose that you are male. Youíve done something piggish, stupid and insensitive to your Significant Other, as we Americans call them. So you argue. And you make things worse initially by trying to defend yourself....  | Read.. 
Biologyís holy grail
Scientists are close to cracking the code of life with an advance that has far-reaching implications for the understanding, diagnosis and treatment of ...  | Read.. 
Darwin fights god in school
Parents in a rural Pennsylvania town are mounting the first legal test of the controversial theory of the origin of life known as intelligent design. ...  | Read.. 
Devilís garden, tended by ants
In the song High Hopes, a lowly ant moves a rubber tree. That is absurd, of course, because anyone knows an ant cannot move a rubber tree plant ...  | Read.. 
Playing billiards with atoms
Itís like playing billiards with balls that are actually clusters of atoms, far thinner than a human hair. Scientists obsessed with plodding atom ...  | Read.. 
Fits of fury
Immune link
Sex elixir
Green sperms
Non-sense logic
Natureís mystery
A really gutsy move
Apple says its iPod music player and iTunes music store have 74 and 85 per cent of their worldwide markets. But according to Gene Munster, a Piper Jaffray analyst, the end is near. ďNobody can sustain an 80 per cent market share in a consumer e ...  | Read.. 
Phone scanner
Smallest robot
Silent epidemic
In the beginning, attitudinal problems of his 14-year-old son didnít appear anything wrong to Sadiur Rahman. The otherwise vivacious Anisur would frequently pick up fights in school and his grades showed a steady decline. Sadiur, a brick-trader ...  | Read.. 
Cheaper and better
Lean meal
An extra eye on lung tumours
WHO foresees a global obesity epidemic
Hygiene link to heart disease
Stammerers need early cure
Acupuncture pokes are bluffs
QED: If technology fails
My father once vowed that he would never use a cellphone in his life. Now, he swears by the gadget and thinks that he is in a mess while not carrying it. Things have changed so fast in the last 5-6 years. With the burgeoning use of technology, we are ...  | Read.. 
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