Scientists find two galaxies masquerading as one

Astronomers were left surprised after detailed studies showed that one of their subjects was not a single galaxy, but rather two, nearly perfectly superimposed on the sky to masquerade as one.

Total amount of exercise, not frequency vital for healthy life

A new study by researchers at Queen`s University has determined that adults who accumulated 150 minutes of exercise on a few days of the week were not any less healthy than adults who exercised more frequently throughout the week.

Monarch butterflies use landmarks to reach wintering sites

Monarch butterflies fly without a map, and use basic orientation and landmarks to find their way to their wintering sites, thousands of miles away.

Now, flexible `paper tablet` that can be twisted and dropped

Researchers have developed a revolutionary tablet screen as thin as a sheet of paper that can be twisted and dropped without damage - and it could replace your laptop within five years.

Autistic kids not good at covering up their lies

Kids who have autism will tell white lies to protect other people`s feelings, but they are not very good at covering up their lies, says a Queen`s University study.

Autistic kids not good at covering up their lies

Kids who have autism will tell white lies to protect other people`s feelings, but they are not very good at covering up their lies, says a Queen`s University study.