NEW SCIENTIST

  • Women prefer men with deeper voices December 3, 2008

    London: Women prefer males with deep voices because it signals strength, dominance and good genes, a new research suggests. The research among African huntergatherers found that men with deeper voices attract women more than those with squeaky ones when they are at their most fertile. Deepervoiced men are deemed better hunters who...
  • 'Invisibility, teleportation possible this century' April 3, 2008

    Melbourne: Your dream of having an invisibility cloak or a ray gun could become a scientific reality in this century, according to a leading physicist. In an article written in latest issue of New Scientist, Professor Michio Kaku revealed that concepts taken from science fiction such as invisibility cloaks, force fields,...
  • Morning sex can keep you hale and hearty March 12, 2008

    London: A steamy sex session in the morning can keep you in good health, say researchers. According to a research from Queens University in Belfast, a good morning session at least three times a week, decreases the risk of heart attack or stroke by half and a regular session improves circulation,...
  • Now, win a chance to be an astronaut! February 20, 2007

    Hamburg: Now you can win a chance to become an astronaut under rules of a competition launched by a German carmaker in a bid to promote its new model. The winner will be blasted 100 km above Earth in a small rocket plane designed exclusively for space joyrides. Although the Xerus...