In its 13th annual “Best Countries for Business” report, Forbes has ranked the UK in the number one spot. This is the second straight year that the country has claimed the lead. The report ranks the United States in 17th position, five…
Returning home from England, a friend asked me: “How many years is China behind the UK in its development?” This is a question with no easy answers, because it involves many factors, including history, politics, economy, culture, and education. Nevertheless, the following…
The 105 carat Koh-i-Noor was once known as the largest diamond in the world — and comes with a curse. Legend states that the diamond is 5,000 years old, and is also referred to as the Syamantaka jewel.
We have come far in the last century, not only have we bent electricity into assisting us with our daily calculus functions, but we have also created machines capable of carrying out a complex series of actions automatically — robots.
As Cameron remains in campaign mode trying to make a case to his opponents to jump on board of the “stay in the bloc” campaign, some effects of the Brexit debate are rippling through to Britain’s economic climate.
Archaeologists in Britain have discovered the best-preserved Bronze Age wheel in Britain. The discovery was made at a site described as Peterborough’s Pompeii.
Archaeologists from the University of York have now revealed new insights into food choices and the eating habits at the Late Neolithic monument Durrington Walls. It is also believed to be the residence of the Stonehenge builder’s during 2500 B.C.
British Prime Minister, David Cameron’s latest decision to withdraw his attendance at the United Nations (UN) Gerneral Assembly debate has brought criticism of the PM, government, and their stance on global human rights issues.
Researchers from the newly opened Francis Crick Institute in London, have applied to the Human Fertilization and Embryology Authority (HFEA) to genetically modify human embryos. If successful it would be the first time a national regulatory body has granted approval.
It wasn’t surprising to hear how Chinese officials based in Europe have been trying to ground an air balloon with the Tibetan flag on it.