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Goodbye master of darkness: 'Alien' artist H.R. Giger dies at 74

Swiss surrealist artist H.R. Giger who designed the monster and revolutionary sci-fi sets for the film 'Alien' passed away on Monday.


New test for chemicals suspected to damage sperm

A team of scientists say that 1/3 of 96 compounds they tested had an averse effect on sperm.


On the same page: The meeting of two artists at Temu

Temu is a creative meeting of sorts for two art contemporaries.


You may not realise it, but a piano is a living, breathing musical beast

Pianist Will Pickvance’s methods might be quirky, but his claim to know the instrument’s ins and outs holds true.


Advancements in diabetes treatment and what it means for patients

Advancements in diabetes treatment have given rise to a drug that acts to prevent the reabsorption of glucose in the kidneys, resulting in glucose passing through the urine.


Reimagined dumbbell aims to encourage natural movement

A new fitness product looking to revolutionise weight-training is set for international launch in May.


Exploring domestic violence through bharatanatyam

Using the power of movement, bharatanatyam dancer Kamini Manikam explored the issue of domestic violence in 'Lipstick'.


Giacometti exhibit in Rome explores power of human body

Swiss sculptor’s striking skeletal forms juxtaposed against Italian masterpieces.


Painting with paralysis

Undeterred after a stray bullet left her a quadriplegic, Mariam Pare has now become an artist and a teacher.


Creature feature in 'I, Frankenstein'

Aaron Eckhart explains why Victor Frankenstein’s monstrous creation is just like everyone else.