The picture that makes you feel as if you're on Mars: FOUR BILLION pixel interactive panorama gives you a 360-degree view as if you're standing next to the Curiosity rover Photographer Andrew Bodrov used 407 pictures from two Curiosity cameras to make the interactive image By Helen Lawson PUBLISHED: 20:32 GMT, 30 March 2013 | UPDATED: 08:10 GMT, 31 March 2013 Ever wondered what it would be like to gaze across the surface of Mars Thanks to one photographer, you can – with only a click of the mouse. Andrew Bodrov spent two weeks creating the interactive image using 407 pictures from the narrow angle and medium angle cameras on the head of Nasa's Curiosity rover and a bit of digital retouching. '[The camera] is only two megapixels, which by today's standards is not huge,' he told Popular Science.
Has DOG meat been found in our food New takeaway horror after experts discover 'mystery meat' in a lamb currySamples of curries and kebabs from six outlets in London were testedThe meat in a lamb curry could not be identified as common animal sourceOne burger contained no beef at all other than blood and heartBeef in another dish was found to contain chicken material including blood By Sean Poulter PUBLISHED: 19:22 GMT, 26 March 2013 | UPDATED: 19:23 GMT, 26 March 2013 A mystery meat, which has defied the best efforts of scientists to identify it, has been found in a lamb curry as part of an investigation into food fraud. The discovery raises new questions about just what is going into the nation’s takeaways and processed foods. A BBC documentary to be aired on BBC3 tonight sent samples of curries and kebabs bought from six outlets in London for laboratory tests.
A golden glow We'd rather be orange! How dark shades of fake tan outsell lighter products by three to oneSolait Dark Tan now accounts for 50 per cent of fake tan sold in SuperdrugFake tan sales are worth 100m in Britain and one third of woman use it By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 23:15 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:03 GMT, 4 March 2013 It’s the perfect image for reality TV stars from Essex or a footballer’s WAG. But the deep bronzed or orange fake tan look isn’t just popular with wannabe stars keen to catch the eye of the paparazzi and stand out from the crowd. For young women across the country are buying the darkest shade of tan by the bucketful to splash on for nights out.
Have we seen the birth of a planet for the first time Astronomers spot protoplanet still embedded in a disc of gas and dust If confirmed, will be the first time the birth of a planet has been capturedCould greatly improve our understanding of the way planets form By Mark Prigg PUBLISHED: 13:07 GMT, 1 March 2013 | UPDATED: 13:49 GMT, 1 March 2013 Astronomers believe they have captured the birth of a giant planet for the first time. The forming planet is so young it is still embedded in a thick disc of gas and dust. If confirmed, astronomers say the discovery will greatly improve our understanding of how planets form
Female Oxford dons purposely adopt 'jumble sale' look in unwritten dress code that scruffiness is a sign of intellectual rigour Image Consultant Shenda Collins heard the comment from an Oxford employeeShe said she met PhD students afraid to look 'feminine or attractive' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 02:03 GMT, 22 February 2013 | UPDATED: 03:37 GMT, 22 February 2013 Dowdy: Dons and PhD students at Oxford University are afraid to look feminine and feel that a 'jumble sale' look is a sign of intellectual rigour (picture posed by model) They are some of the brightest women in the country.
The four-car families: Working women and their stay-at-home offspring behind rise in vehicles on the driveFamilies with four or more cars account for nearly one in 50 of all householdsStudy by RAC Foundation analysed census results | UPDATED: 00:58 GMT, 26 December 2012 The number of households with four or more cars has soared by 51 per cent to nearly half a million over the past decade. The rising number of women who work is one factor behind the increase
The secret midwife: Psychotic mothers, exhausted doctors and nurses asleep on the job: A whistleblower reveals the desperate truth behind those rose-tinted TV shows | UPDATED: 22:46 GMT, 15 December 2012 With Call The Midwife and One Born Every Minute enjoying huge success, bringing babies into the world has rarely had more attention. Yet the reality could hardly be more different from the cosy TV image. In fact, maternity care is facing crisis
Google under fire for 'failing to stop easy access to porn' despite tweaking search results in the US to hide X-rated images Search engine fails to makes it more difficult to find pornographic images Plans only in effect in America but due to be introduced internationallyCompany refuses to say, however, when restrictions will be introduced in UK Internet users accuse the company of 'censorship' | UPDATED: 23:06 GMT, 13 December 2012 Google has come under fire from child protection campaigners after its claims to have put effective safeguards on access to porn were called into question. The internet giant had changed its programming after earlier criticism so as to make X-rated pictures more difficult to find
Japan deploys destroyers and missile batteries as military vows to shoot down any rockets launched from North Korea | UPDATED: 20:26 GMT, 8 December 2012 The Japanese military is poised to shoot down any missile from North Korea should it threaten to fall on Japanese territory, as Pyongyang prepares for its controversial launch on Monday. The news comes as new satellite images indicate that snow may have slowed launch preparations after South Korean media reports this week quoted unnamed officials in Seoul as saying North Korea had mounted all three stages of the Unha rocket on the launch pad by Wednesday
DNA's double helix is pictured for the first time: Researchers hope new technique will reveal how the molecule worksResearchers have in the past used a technique called X-ray crystallography to infer the structure of the moleculeDNA encodes the genetic instructions used in the development and functioning of all living organisms | UPDATED: 11:18 GMT, 30 November 2012 Scientists have for the first time captured a direct image of DNA, the structure that encodes the genetic instructions of all living organisms.