SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
NEW FACIAL RECOGNITION SOFTWARE TRACKS AND PROTECTS ENDANGERED PRIMATES
Snap a pic, and this app can ID the individual animal.
SHOULD BOTS HAVE A RIGHT TO FREE SPEECH? THIS NON-PROFIT THINKS SO.
Does the First Amendment apply to AIs, too?
INTRIGUING GOLD COIN AND OTHER TREASURES UNCOVERED IN EGYPT
Archaeologists in Egypt have unearthed the remains of a huge, red, brick building — likely the remnants of a Roman bath — as well as a mountain of treasures, including a statue of a ram and a gold coin featuring King Ptolemy III, according to the Egyptian Ministry of Antiquities.
SCIENTISTS SAY ELON MUSK'S 'NANO' CLAIMS DON'T MAKE ANY SENSE
The SpaceX and Tesla founder is having a very public meltdown right now, and making some weird claims about a prefix used in some sciences.
NEW JELLY-LIKE NEURAL IMPLANT ELIMINATES THE NEED TO DRILL THROUGH THE BRAIN
Engineers behind the material compare conventional electrodes to sticking a fork into Jell-O.
SPACEX’S “FINAL” FALCON 9 TEST FLIGHT WON’T ACTUALLY BE ITS LAST
A few extra test flights seems like a small price to pay for keeping crew members safe.
CLOTHES TREATED WITH 'HOT FEET' COATING COULD KEEP TICKS AWAY
Scientists at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) think they can fight the scourge of
by encouraging people to douse their clothes in a chemical called permethrin.
ANCESTOR OF ALL LIVING BIRDS SURVIVED ASTEROID STRIKE BECAUSE IT COULDN'T FLY
The common ancestor of all living birds was a flightless, partridge-like creature which only survived the asteroid strike that wiped out the dinosaurs because it lived on the ground, scientists have concluded.
3D PRINTED SUGAR SCAFFOLDS COULD HELP GROW ORGANS, THEN DISSOLVE AWAY
This marks another sweet victory for the future of medicine.
A SIMPLE BEAM OF LIGHT COULD CATCH ZIKA-INFECTED MOSQUITOES
The diagnostic technique is way faster than most tools we have right now.
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