The aroma of hot mulled gluehwein wine mingling with the scent of bratwurst, roasted almonds and gingerbread: these are among the signature attractions of Germany's outdoor Christmas markets.
Regional specialties like hot apple wine in western state of Hesse or stollen, a sweet bread with dried fruit and sugar coating, from the eastern state of Saxony, give most of the markets an individual flair.
When a small, sparrow-sized dinosaur died about 99 million years ago, part of its tail was immaculately preserved in amber. Researchers who recently discovered the tail from a Hukawng Valley amber mine in Myanmar say it's a notable find not only because it is the first dinosaur tail ever identified, but also because it is covered in feathers.
Co-first author Lida Xing of China University of Geosciences found the amber piece in a Myanmar market in 2015, according to NPR.
This PeaceMakers game, developed by Suzanne Tucker, a local St. Louis mom and parent educator, was bound to increase our compassion and peacefulness toward one another. Who couldn't use a little more of that in their families, especially this stressful…
From a Swiss think tank widely known for its outrageous car concepts comes the automotive dream to end all others: an autonomous vehicle featuring a mobile office and a living garden. The Rinspeed Oasis is set to be unveiled at the upcoming CES event held in Las Vegas in early January 2017.