January 25, 1924. The first Winter Olympics took off in style at Chamonix in the French Alps.
January 24, 1935. After two years of research, the American Can Company developed a successful can of beer.
The world’s oldest dated rune stone has been discovered in Norway and scholars think it may be dedicated to a mystery woman.
Animals at Brookfield Zoo in Chicago have been getting rid of the post-holiday blues by helping staff recycle discarded Christmas trees.
January 10, 1946. The first U.N. meeting, comprised of 51 nations, convened at Westminster Central Hall in London.
Could this be the future of fertility? EctoLife is the world’s first artificial womb facility, which is powered entirely by renewable energy.
NASA released some of the best scientific images taken on the International Space Station in 2022 as it continues its scientific journey orbit…
That cold winter night staple has a long and intricate history.
Stunning designs have been unveiled for an Orient Express train being restored to its former glory.
December 6, 1884. The Washington Monument stood as the tallest man-made structure in the world at the time.
Can’t bear to be alone this holiday season? A human-size emotional support bear might be the perfect gift for you.
LEGO has revealed its tallest ever set – a breathtaking model of the Eiffel Tower.
Maserati has unveiled a bespoke Barbie version of its latest Grecale SUV in collaboration with Mattel.
Experts from the University of California San Diego have developed a new system of algorithms that enables four-legged robots to walk and run …
The British arm of drone specialists 'heliguy, heliguy Lab' has unveiled a remarkable tactical dog camera that can provide police forces with …
Researchers have grown brain cells in a lab that have learned to play the 1970s video game Pong.
The LEGO Star Wars Razor Crest construction set based on the starship from the Disney+ series The Mandalorian. The completed set measures an i…
A baby born with exposed brain has had its life saved by a 3D-printed skull.
On September 6, an amusement park in Ohio said that it would permanently close the second-tallest roller coaster in the world.