Category: Science & Tech
Found 2017 results
05/15/18 4:31 PM PST
A study published May 14 in the journal eNeuro suggests some memories can be transferred from a donor to a host via the donor's RNA.
05/15/18 9:36 AM PST
A study published May 14 in Nature Astronomy points to data collected in 1997 by NASA's Galileo probe as fresh evidence of water plumes on Jupiter's moon, Europa.
05/14/18 9:29 AM PST
Google addressed ethical concerns regarding its newest artificial intelligence product May 10.
05/11/18 11:54 AM PST
Google CEO Sundar Pichai showed off a variety of ways his company is reinventing its core products through artificial intelligence May 8 at the annual developers conference known as Google I/O.
05/10/18 1:53 PM PST
A study published May 7 in Current Biology suggests technology used to study earthquakes could help monitor wild elephants and protect them against poaching.
05/09/18 10:56 AM PST
Scientists in the U.K. trained a spider to jump on command — all in the name of robotics research — and published their findings May 8 in Scientific Reports.
05/08/18 4:33 PM PST
Researchers from Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland recently started studying medieval tapestries and scrolls for recorded sightings of comets in the Middle Ages to help prove the existence of a theoretical ninth planet in our solar system.
05/04/18 4:22 PM PST
Researchers in Brazil have calculated how much radiation people absorbed from the 1945 Hiroshima attack by analyzing several bone samples.
05/04/18 12:00 PM PST
Twitter announced May 3 that it had fixed an internal bug that stored unencrypted passwords, but the company is asking its 336 million active users to consider changing their passwords "out of an abundance of caution."
05/03/18 4:24 PM PST
The Journal of High Energy Physics published Stephen Hawking's final research paper May 2; less than two months after his death.
05/03/18 11:39 AM PST
The fossilized skull of an Ichthyornis dispar has finally given scientists a look at the head of one of the first birds, according to a study published May 2 in the journal Nature.
05/02/18 9:42 AM PST
A new study from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology suggests the ideal time to start learning a language is before your 10th birthday.