LATEST ARTICLES

Sir Howard Hulford was in his mid-30s when he spotted Curtain Bluff from the cockpit of his plane as he flew over Antigua in 1957.Below him was a craggy finger of headland - goat pasture no more - that poked out into the ocean and divided the rough Atlantic one side and the calm Caribbean the other. On...
Faces covered in dusty ash and elaborate gold pigment, these are the Hindu holy men who ceremonially 'die' when they take on their role.  Known as sadhus, they live reclusive lives in India and Nepal where they are considered to be dead unto themselves, and legally dead to the country of India. As a ritual, they may be required...
The pictures that have made the Landscape Photographer of the Year: 10 Year Special Edition are special indeed.The images include Crummock Water in Cumbria looking particularly serene and misty, a daredevil cyclist perched on an improbable finger of rock on the Isle of Skye and Rocquaine Bay in Guernsey being lashed by a brutal storm.They are all pictures...
Britain faces an Arctic blast of snow and gales this weekend, as freezing winds sweep in from Iceland.The Met Office has warned an Arctic maritime airmass is on its way bringing much colder temperatures than the mild April Britain has been enjoying so far. Parts of the country could even wake up to frost, and gardeners have been warned...
SINGAPORE: DSO National Laboratories (DSO) - Singapore's largest defence R&D organisation - officially opened its new complex in Science Park Drive on Friday (Apr 21).The eight-storey twin buildings house more than 1,000 research engineers and scientists from across 200 offices and laboratories. They are also equipped with facilities that can further research in areas of robotics and artificial...