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Yan Liang, a professor at the University of Science and Technology of China, believes the crystallization of saturated aqueous solutions should be treated as art, as the colours and structures form tiny intricate snowflakes.

One of the world's largest package delivery firms is stepping up efforts to integrate drones into its system.

UPS began testing drones this week with a focus of bringing packages to remote locations.

Dr Travis Rieder, a moral philosophy professor and bioethicist at Johns Hopkins University, explains why the key to stopping climate change is reducing the number of babies born each year (stock image) The Navy's newest destroyer will remain in Virginia at Naval Station Norfolk longer than expected after crew members detected a leak on the vessel.

The stealthy Zumwalt was headed to its commissioning ceremony in Baltimore with a crew of 147 officers and sailors that was praised by their skipper, Captain James Kirk (pictured top right), for their preparation over the past three years to get the first-in-class warship ready for duty.

Purdue researchers have solved the mystery of the terrible tasting greenhouse tomatoes.

The team found a lack of ultraviolet (UV) light stresses plants and alters their flavor. At the Large Hadron Collider in Geneva, researchers are searching for evidence of extra dimensions.

If found, they could solve various mysteries about the universe.

The equations of string theory, for example, only make sense in 9 space dimensions, rather than the 3 we appear to observe. It took a team of twelve engineers and four supporting technicians from Turkish firm Letvision to build the fully-working prototype, called ANTIMON.

The pictures were taken by Yosuke Yamahata, pictured here in the inset, a Japanese military photographer, who was tasked with documenting the destruction for propaganda purposes in the immediate aftermath.

His collection show the flattened landscape, mass death and desperate plight of survivors following the nuclear blast.

An American military policeman kept hold of the images, which have since been acquired by a collector, and are now being sold in the US by RR Auction with an estimate of £38,000.