Could You Pass A University Of Oxford Interview?

Could You Pass A University Of Oxford Interview?

Some of the modern world’s sharpest and deepest minds have studied at the University of Oxford in the UK. The list of notable alumni dauntingly trails on and on and on, with endless Nobel Prize-winning scientists and world leaders, including Stephen Hawking, Tim Berners-Lee, Edwin Hubble, Richard Dawkins, JRR Tolkien, TS Eliot, and Oscar Wilde, to…

Incredible Viking Ring Fortress Discovered In Denmark

Incredible Viking Ring Fortress Discovered In Denmark

We tend to think of the Vikings as a transient culture, riding the high seas, pillaging villages, and then making off with the spoils. Yet more and more evidence is being discovered that fundamentally changes this image of the Norse seafarers, with fortresses discovered in Denmark suggesting that there was far more to the Vikings…

14 Science Jokes That Will Make You Groan

14 Science Jokes That Will Make You Groan

In honor of National Tell A Joke Day, here are some science jokes for nerds. Prepare to feel proud of yourself for having enough scientific knowledge to get them, and then ashamed of yourself for finding them funny. 14.  13. 12. 11. 10. 9. 8. 7. 6. 5. 4.  3. 2. 1.

100-Year-Old Fruit Cake From Scott's Antarctic Expedition Is Surprisingly Well-Preserved

100-Year-Old Fruit Cake From Scott's Antarctic Expedition Is Surprisingly Well-Preserved

Conservationists working on a project in Cape Adare, Antarctica have discovered a 100-year-old, freakishly well preserved-looking fruit cake that they think dates from Scott of the Antarctic’s famous 1910 expedition. Yes, the one no-one returned from. The Antarctic Heritage Trust is currently carrying out conservation work on the huts that would have been vital shelter…