SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
SURVEILLANCE ROBOTS COULD HELP MAINTAIN SEWER SYSTEMS
And it could save cities hundreds of millions of dollars.
THE BRITISH ARMY HAS AN OFFICIAL VIRAL CONTENT DIVISION
The 77th Brigade is for specialists who excel in tactical marketing.
GIANT 'PINK LEGACY' DIAMOND FETCHES OVER $44 MILLION AT AUCTION
Do you have $45 million lying around? This "fancy vivid" diamond could be yours.
HOW A NEURAL NETWORK RUNS A FAMILY-OWNED JAPANESE DRY CLEANER
The street finds new uses for corporate technology.
A PURPLE, PHOTOSYNTHETIC BACTERIA CAN TURN YOUR POOP INTO POWER
“Household sewage” can now be turned into hydrogen gas and useable carbon.
GOOGLE’S NEW AI CAN RECOGNIZE VOICES IT’S NEVER HEARD BEFORE
It can pinpoint the moment a new speaker joins a conversation.
THE TWO FASTEST SUPERCOMPUTERS ON EARTH BELONG TO THE US
The latest rankings show the U.S. coming out on top.
CHILDREN TAKE AFTER THEIR MOTHERS' ROMANTIC HABITS, STUDY FINDS
Children follow their mother’s example when it comes to the number of romantic relationships they have, researchers have found.
BENEATH ANTARCTICA'S ICE, INTRIGUING EVIDENCE OF LOST CONTINENTS
A new map reveals the ancient precursors to Antarctica.
NORTH AMERICA'S OLDEST MUMMY SHEDS LIGHT ON ANCIENT MIGRATIONS
Dressed in moccasins and a rabbit-skin shroud, a man was laid to rest in a cave in Nevada about 10,600 years ago.