A text messaging service could help people remember to take the pills that they have been prescribed, a new study says.

After a 44 year mission that saw it sailing almost 1.4 million miles – and crossing the equator 43 times - the R/V Knorr, the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution’s venerable research ship, has been retired with full honors.

In a statement issued to his staff Chief Executive Officer Michael Lynton said that security advisors of Sony Pictures Entertainment believe the cyberattack was designed by an organized group.

A texting service could help individuals recollect taking the pharmaceuticals they have been endorsed, say scientists. A test plan, which included heart patients, cut the numbers who overlooked or recently quit taking their pills.

MetaMind, a tech startup founded by Richard Socher and Sven Strohband, announced Friday that it has raised $8 million for “deep learning” artificial intelligence research and development.

When the Tissint meteorite landed on Earth in July of 2011, the piece of the Red Planet has been rumored to hold secrets of the proof of ancient life on Mars.

Well, after a long time we have good news for the people of California. Storms, full of wet, are moving on across Northern California and it is likely they will bring some rainfall for the state patching up the gap left by drought. Forecasters say that though the rains will compensate for the loss, it will hardly make up for the big loss inflicted by a three-year drought.

Every year, thousands of Kemp’s ridley sea turtles make their way up the Eastern seaboard this summer, but not all of them made it back as the cold weather came. The Florida Aquarium had to take in 10 turtle victims of what is known as “cold stunning”, a hypothermic reaction to prolonged cold water temperatures and its often fatal.

The Adirondack State Park in upstate New York has a raft of legal protections to keep the mountainous forests wild and free – yet climate change could harm the Adirondacks just as easily as it could anywhere else.

A lone gray wolf that has been roaming Arizona for the past few months, just north of the Grand Canyon, has just been confirmed to being a long way from his home, which is in the northern Rockies. The confirmation was made with a DNA test. The wolf is protected under the Endangered Species Act and it is the first known gray wolf to visit Arizona in 70 years or so.