Category: Science & Technology
Found 1657 results
07/21/17 3:33 PM PST
New archaeological evidence suggests humans reached Australia at least 65,000 years ago, according to a report published July 20 in "Nature."
07/20/17 4:15 PM PST
In a tweet, Elon Musk said he got verbal government approval for his plan to build an East Coast Hyperloop network.
07/20/17 2:21 PM PST
A study published July 17 in "Nature Ecology & Evolution" suggests coral reef fish make poor choices for survival when exposed to small amounts of oil.
07/20/17 11:35 AM PST
A spherical camera drone aims to make life on board the International Space Station more efficient, as seen in pictures released by Japan's space agency July 14.
07/19/17 4:56 PM PST
According to a new study published July 18 in "PeerJ," the Tyrannosaurus rex was only able to move at walking speeds because its legs would have broken under the strain of running.
07/19/17 3:14 PM PST
A study published July 18 in the journal "Cognitive Research" found that participants could identify digitally altered photos just 65 percent of the time; University of Warwick researches invite you try the same exercise here.
07/18/17 4:28 PM PST
An astronomer in Puerto Rico explains three theories about what is causing mysterious radio signals originating near a red dwarf star.
07/18/17 11:22 AM PST
NASA's chief of human spaceflight announced July 12 that the U.S. space agency does not currently have a budget for sending a manned mission to Mars by the 2030s.
05/30/17 9:34 AM PST
A ceremony on May 26 marked the start of construction on the European Southern Observatory's Extremely Large Telescope in Chile
05/15/17 4:38 PM PST
New research out of the U.K. suggests book-readers are nicer and more empathetic than those who prefer TV
05/10/17 2:45 PM PST
Researchers from Newcastle University have developed a new generation of prosthetic limbs
05/09/17 5:02 PM PST
New research out of the University of Bonn in Germany indicates that low-dose THC treatments improves memory in older mice and impairs memory in younger mice