Exactly five years ago Steve Jobs unveiled the first iPad and since then certain apps have defined each iteration, whether for gaming, reading or productivity. Here are those special applications that have had us endlessly jabbing at Apple tablet touchscreens.
A strong stench – described at the time as "like dead bodies" – colloquially known as "The Battersea Smell" is the starting point in this fascinating tale of scientists heading a revolution in evidence-based research.
Seventy years after British and US forces burned the German city of Dresden to the ground in the Second World War, artist Yadegar Asisi has created a 1:1 scale, 100-metre x 30-metre circular panorama to depict the aftermath of the Allied firebombing.
While rubber itself has been around for centuries, elastic bands were only officially patented less than two centuries ago. Here now is a brief history of the humble, yet incredibly useful, elastic band.
They can be buried, sealed in a vault or even shot into space, but time capsules mean different things to do different people. Here's your three-step guide to sticking things in the ground and waiting…