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 hunter-gatherers found that men with deeper voices attract women more than those with squeaky ones when they are at their most fertile. Deeper-voiced 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 Queen’s 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! June 19, 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...