Category: Science & Technology
Looks like vampire movies are on to something. So far, it’s just mice.
Construction of world’s biggest optical telescope has been approved.
Scientists are embarking on a mission to capture a 3D image of every ant species known to science.
Well, Snoopy wasn’t always a bucket of sunshine for good ole’ Charlie Brown, but grief counseling may be an instinct for most dogs, suggests a study looking at one long-held belief about man’s best friend.
ACTA has several features that raise significant potential concerns for consumers’ privacy and civil liberties for innovation and the free flow of information on the Internet
The US government has formally denied that it has any knowledge of contact with extraterrestrial life.
The night sky above Exmoor National Park has been awarded a special protection status. It has been granted International Dark-Sky Reserve (IDR) status by the International Dark-Sky Association.
A Viking legend which tells of a glowing “sunstone” that, when held up to the sky, disclosed the position of the Sun on a cloudy day may have some basis in truth, scientists believe.
Electronic collars fitted to goats that have survived on border with Scotland for at least 5000 years to find out more about them
The part of News Corporation that makes Times Atlases is currently taking the same kind of kicking from scientists that some of its newspapers took from the general public over phone-hacking.
The crew said their 40ft (12m) Viking-style wooden sailing boat, the Dragens Vinge, was swamped by a giant wave.
A new laser imaging device has given scientists a more accurate picture of the role the dorsal and anal fins play in fish swimming.
The new findings are extremely important and should dramatically alter the global warming debate.