SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
HOW SATELLITES ARE WARNING AFRICAN FARMERS ABOUT PEST INVASIONS
The agricultural revolution keeps on evolving.
STIMULATING THIS PART OF THE BRAIN ALLEVIATES DEPRESSION SYMPTOMS
A new target for Deep Brain Stimulation improved the moods of 25 participants.
REPORT: GLOBAL TEMPS COULD RISE 9 DEGREES FAHRENHEIT BY 2100
Record temperatures are just one sign that climate change is persisting.
US LIFE EXPECTANCY DROPPED IN 2017. DRUG OVERDOSE DEATHS ARE A BIG REASON WHY
Life expectancy for the average person in the U.S. dropped slightly in 2017, marking the second time in recent years that U.S.
LIVING IN A AFFLUENT BUT UNFRIENDLY NEIGHBOURHOOD IS BAD FOR YOUR HEALTH, STUDY FINDS
Living in an unfriendly but rich neighbourhood is just as bad for a person’s health as residing in a deprived area, researchers have found.
INSTAGRAM WILL USE AI TO DESCRIBE IMAGES FOR VISUALLY IMPAIRED USERS
Lots of people who are visually impaired use Instagram.
EXPERTS PREDICT WHAT EARTH’S NEXT SUPERCONTINENT WILL LOOK LIKE
Pangea was the last supercontinent. Novopangea could be the next one.
TO SAVE THE GREAT BARRIER REEF, SCIENTISTS ARE HOARDING CORAL SPERM
The "Larval Restoration Project" is like artificial insemination for coral.
SWARMS OF DRONES CAN NOW PLANT TREES IN AREAS DEVASTATED BY FIRES
They work in swarms to cover larger areas.
SELF-DRIVING TRUCKS WILL TRANSPORT LIMESTONE IN A NORWEGIAN MINE
And they could operate around the clock by the end of 2019.