The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
A car to fly
When stuck in a traffic gridlock, you may want to toss a silent prayer that Paul Moller's dream comes true. For more than 40 years, the aerospace engineer, who once taught at the University of Califor...  | Read.. 
Lost atoms of cosmos found
Half the atoms in the Universe, missing since shortly after the Big Bang, may ha ...  | Read.. 
Modern-day darwin
Ernst Mayr, the leading evolutionary biologist of the 20th century, died on Febr ...  | Read.. 
Chasing Big Bang clues
To guess what happened 13.7 billion years ago is by no means an easy job. Add to ...  | Read.. 
A car to fly
Saturn spot
Cool corals
Aurora glow
Mind and God
On giants' shoulders
Poor regulation
Snowed in and under
Avalanche rescue beacons have become standard equipment for many skiers and snowmobilers who go into wilderness areas or beyond the boundaries of ski resorts. The small radio transmitters, strapped to the body, can aid rescuers in locating someone bu ...  | Read.. 
Corpse barcode
Stubborn fabric
Stealth bomb
An amazing statistic emerged just weeks ago that seems to have gotten somewhat lost in the news about the weather, the Inauguration and the aftermath of the tsunami. Heart disease is no longer the leading killer of Americans under age 85. Cancer is. ...  | Read.. 
Precise warning signal
Not just a cosmetic choice
An aspirin a day
Cooling cuts down brain damage in kids
Migraine raises stroke risk
DNA vaccine for tuberculosis
Nanny device for pretty looks
QED: El dorado of drugs'
Recently, the head honcho of Europe's biggest drug company, Glaxo Smithkline (GSK), lambasted Indian pharmaceutical companies for manufacturing cheap copies of drugs patented in the UK or US. ...  | Read.. 
Recommended: How does a theory become a fact'
Michael Shermer
Times Book/Henry Holt; $ 26 ...  | Read.. 
Why Corner
Why do fabrics in some clothes pill'
Doctor's Desk
This week: nephrology