Scientists express alarm over the invasion of American bullfrogs along the Yellowstone River in Montana.
A new study has found evidence of social learning in chimpanzees – one of the first instance of such an event actually witnessed. Chimpanzees are one of our closest biological cousins among the primates, and as such they’re always been a subject of close study.
Just imagine ten years from now, there is a possibility of the travel industry advancing into space and underwater travel. That’s right, all those late night science fiction movies you stayed up watching might just come true. Is 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea or 2001: Space Odessey really possible?
Almost a decade ago, in 2006 a large phenomenon called Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD) first appeared. Beekeepers and scientists alike discovered that great deals of adult honey bees were leaving their hives and failing to return, which had big ramifications for farmers and growers who use honey bees as pollinators.
There are many countries across the globe where homosexuality is outright illegal, and for gay men in these countries the use of some gay dating apps may be dangerous.
If you’re one of those lucky few with enough disposable income to score your own pair of Google Glass glasses, there’s some bad news for you: a new study found that driving with Google Glass – and especially texting while driving with Google Glass – is nearly as dangerous as doing so with a traditional smart phone.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) researchers revealed an oval-shaped submersible robot, a bit smaller sized than a football, with a flattened panel on one side that can slide along an underwater surface to perform ultrasound scans.
Monday is a big day for those who have been longing to trade Alibaba’s shares. The Chinese e-commerce giant (NASDAQ:BABA), up 1.66 percent or $1.48 to $90.4 posted a record $25 billion IPO about a week ago. These shares are expected to become available on September 29th.
A wine cellar thought to be at least 4000 years old has been found in modern-day Isreal. It was used to supply feasting revelers in a nearby palace. After months of scientific analysis, the near-perfectly preserved cellar has yielded some 40 large jars used to store wine.