SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
ANIMAL SEX: HOW MEERKATS DO IT
Popularized by the character Timon in the animated Disney film "Lion King," meerkats are often viewed as meek animals constantly on the lookout for danger.
OFFICER'S FAILED DRUG TEST: HOW LONG DOES MARIJUANA STAY IN HAIR?
A veteran police officer in New York City recently said she failed a marijuana drug test because officials tested hair from a weave she wore, rather than her own hair.
EARLY VIKING BOAT GRAVE DISCOVERED IN NORWAY
Archaeologists have discovered a boat grave and possible human remains dating to around the time the Vikings started exploring and raiding lands across Europe.
ELECTRICAL STIMULATION CAN EFFECTIVELY RESTORE MOVEMENT IN PARALYZED LIMBS
After reviewing more than 90 studies, two researchers have concluded that three types of electrical stimulation can effectively restore motor function in people with paralysis caused by spinal cord injuries (SCI).
HOW SEVEN SCI-FI TECHNOLOGIES ARE SHAPING OUR FUTURE
You just might end up living in one (or more) of these visions for the future.
SOLAR-POWERED CARS TO COMPETE IN HARROWING RACE ACROSS THE AUSTRALIAN OUTBACK
A four-passenger solar-powered car named "Violet" is on its way to compete in a desert race open only to vehicles powered by the sun.
TODDLER SWALLOWS 28 BUCKYBALLS: WHY THESE MAGNETS ARE SO DANGEROUS
A Colorado toddler narrowly avoided surgery after she swallowed 28 buckyball magnets, according to news reports.
FACT: ASKING WHETHER WE LIVE IN A SIMULATION IS NOT A SCIENTIFIC QUESTION
The idea that we live in a computer simulation has drawn significant attention recently, with some of the world's greatest scientific minds weighing in. However, some argue that the discussion doesn't land within the realm of science at all.
AI-POWERED GOOGLE CLIPS CAMERA DECIDES WHEN TO TAKE A PHOTO SO YOU DON’T HAVE TO
Google has a new AI-powered product hitting the market. The Google Clips camera takes photos of family gatherings on its own while you enjoy spending time with loved ones.
SCIENTISTS HAVE FOUND THE GENE THAT GOVERNS AN ORGANISM’S WAKING LIFE
We finally understand an inescapable part of life on Earth.