What St Valentine looked like

Scientists have for the first time revealed the face of the patron saint of lovers, who paid a heavy price for his defence of romance 1,700 years ago , according to Daily mail.

Experts have revealed what Saint Valentine looked like, using state-of-the-art 3D interactive technology after studying the ancient holy man's skull.

First-born children really ARE smarter

First-born children are smarter than their younger siblings, according to new research.

Economists have waded into the age-old debate and concluded that first-borns have a higher IQ test score than their siblings as early as age one according to Daily mail.

Researchers said the findings could be explained by first-born children receiving more mental stimulation and support in developing thinking skills from their parents during their early years.

Minibot that can walk, talk and even teach your kids

A robotics firm has built a minibot that talks, walks and even looks like famed theoretical physicist Albert Einstein according to Daily mail.

The Professor Einstein robot can solve math problems, recognize your voice and even hold a conversation.

The bot comes with an associated app that allows you to play interactive games with Professor Einstein and lets him teach you science and maths.

He can display more than 50 gestures, including smiling, frowning and even sticking his tongue out.

The man who lives with Hyenas

Spotted hyenas are the second largest land predators in Africa They are feared for their raids on towns where they have been known to kill small children according to BBC.

However, the inhabitants of Harar, Ethiopia have invited wild hyenas into their community, believing they consume evil spirits with each cackle.

Every night for the last 400 years, two hyena clans have entered the streets of Harar and fought for dominance. The winners gain access to the bones left on the streets by the city's butchers.

UK pushes ahead with sugar tax

The UK government has published draft legislation for a tax on sugar-sweetened drinks, which is set to begin from April 2018.

There will be two bands - one for soft drinks with more than 5g of sugar per 100ml and a higher one for drinks with more than 8g per 100ml, according to BBC.

Ministers hope it will help tackle the nation's obesity problem.

Many companies have already begun cutting the amount of sugar in their drinks.