SCIENCE - TECHNOLOGY - NATURE
RARE HYBRID BIRD DISCOVERED IN THE AMAZON IN A FIRST
A rare, vivid green bird with radiant yellow head feathers is actually a unique hybrid species that lives in the Amazon rainforest, researchers have found.
HUNDREDS OF 'BOILED' BATS FALL FROM SKY IN AUSTRALIAN HEAT WAVE
Extreme heat in Australia has deadly consequences.
NEW SWALLOWABLE SENSOR COULD TRANSFORM OUR UNDERSTANDING OF THE HUMAN GUT
New swallowable sensors could illuminate dynamic systems of the gut that were previously hidden. The first human trials of the sensors suggested they are safe and can detect gut disorders and also made known something about the immune system.
NOT COOL: WHY AN ICE CREAM MUSEUM GOT FINED FOR ITS 'SPRINKLES'
Multicolored, sugary sprinkles are a popular topping for ice cream cones and sundaes, but a swimming pool filled with fake sprinkles at a Florida pop-up museum recently landed the institution in hot water.
WHY STEPHEN HAWKING STILL MATTERS ON HIS 76TH BIRTHDAY
Stephen Hawking, the physicist who rewound the universe and skimmed boosted particles from the hot boundary regions of black holes,
turns 76 today
MEGALODON ANCESTOR: NEWFOUND FOSSIL BEAST RELATED TO EARTH'S LARGEST SHARK
The newly identified mega-toothed shark lived about 83 million years ago, during the dinosaur age.
WOMEN MORE LIKELY TO DIE AFTER HEART ATTACK BECAUSE DOCTORS SEE IT AS A MALE PROBLEM, STUDY FINDS
Women are being left at risk of repeat heart attacks and early death because doctors see heart disease as a male problem, a new study has shown.
HOW EINSTEIN’S “SPOOKY ACTION” COULD HELP SECURE QUANTUM NETWORKS
This technique could prevent “eavesdroppers” from interfering with quantum networks.
LAB-GROWN SKIN WITH HAIR WILL ILLUMINATE TREATMENTS FOR SKIN CONDITIONS
The follicles were grown in cultures of stem cells.
SCIENTISTS ARE RETHINKING THE VERY NATURE OF SPACE AND TIME
Entanglement could be the key to everything – literally.