Two bodies were found in Norway and the Netherlands. They were wearing identical wetsuits. The police in three countries were involved in the case, but never managed to identify them. This is the story of who they were. Part I: Without a Trace.
This spring, Borrelia bacteria was in the spotlight. This bacteria, which causes Lyme disease, is spread by the bite of infected ticks. Much less known, but also serious, is the allergy to meat also resulting from tick bites.
The stakes are high, expectations are high: companies see the transport of the future in the hyperloop. These two scientists aren’t so optimistic. "I’ll eat a tractor if there ever is a commercially viable hyperloop."
Physical inactivity has become a pandemic but there is an obvious solution: the need to exercise. Scientific research, however, suggests that there is no definite guarantee that your body will get a boost from a training program. What’s the trouble?