Antarctic snowfall increased over the last two centuries
Antarctic snowfall increased over the last two centuries
Researchers have discovered that snowfall in Antarctica has drastically increased.
'First giant' dinosaur fossil discovered in Argentina
'First giant' dinosaur fossil discovered in Argentina
The discovery of the 'first giant' dinosaur fossil could shed light on their ancient evolution.
Babies fed solid food sooner sleep better, study says
Babies fed solid food sooner sleep better, study says
A new study suggests that babies fed solid food earlier on in life sleep better.
Microsoft replaces Surface 4 Pro tablet screens amid mass reported issues
Microsoft replaces Surface 4 Pro tablet screens amid mass reported issues
The intrusive flickering has been well-documented on Microsoft's support forums.
McDonald's trying to get healthier for kids
Susan Konig - Sep 14, 2018
McDonald's takes part in a new global initiative to make children's meals healthier.
 
Genetic legacy of first dogs lives on in sexually transmitter cancer
Tyler MacDonald - Sep 14, 2018
The DNA of the first domesticated dogs of the Americas lives on in a sexually transmitter cancer.
 
Xbox is losing the video game console war: report
Neil Raymond - Sep 14, 2018
Microsoft's Xbox One video game console is being significantly outsold by Sony's PlayStation 4.
 
Report identifies plants and animals facing extinction
Karen Saltos - Sep 14, 2018
Red List reports plants and animals face grave environmental threats around the world.
 
Intel will not patch older chips for Spectre
Leah Williams - Sep 14, 2018
The technology corporation recommends that users upgrade their processors for protection.
 
Cold climates contributed to Neanderthal extinction, study says
Tyler MacDonald - Sep 11, 2018
A new study suggests that climate change, and cold climates in particular, probably contributed to Neanderthal extinction.
 
Amazon 'Prime Now' offers free Whole Foods deliveries in four U.S.cities
Susan Konig - Sep 08, 2018
Amazon now offers free Whole Foods deliveries in four U.S. cities within 2 hours through 'Prime Now'.
 
Take a stand at work to lose weight
Susan Konig - Sep 08, 2018
Studies indicate that standing-- rather that sitting-- at work burns more calories and may help prevent heart disease and diabetes, regardless of how much you exercise.
 
Global warming might cause insects to eat more crops, study says
Tyler MacDonald - Sep 07, 2018
Research suggests that global warming might push insects to eat more crops, which will increase crop losses.
 
Climate change could make Earth's ecosystems unrecognizable
Tyler MacDonald - Sep 07, 2018
A new study suggests that changes in the Earth's vegetation due to climate change could make some of its ecosystems unrecognizable.
 
Study says learning to lie has cognitive benefits
Tyler MacDonald - Sep 02, 2018
Research suggests that learning to lie has beneficial effects on the developing brain of children.
 
Scientists say they 'can't rule out' alien life on Jupiter after new discovery
Tyler MacDonald - Sep 02, 2018
The discovery of water in Jupiter's Great Red Spot suggests the possibility of alien life.
 
Scientists discover 'ticking time bomb' heated ocean under Arctic
Tyler MacDonald - Sep 02, 2018
An underwater ocean under the Arctic is a "ticking time bomb" that could spell danger in the future.
 
MIT app can spot depression from the way you talk
Tyler MacDonald - Sep 02, 2018
MIT researchers created an app that can detect depression in a person based on their natural conversational and writing style.
 
Astronomers discover new details of 'monster' star-forming galaxies
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 31, 2018
A new study sheds light on the structure of the "monster galaxy" COSMOS-AzTEC-1.
 
Scientists discover cannabis extract that might fight psychosis
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 31, 2018
A new study reveals how cannabis extract helps reset brain function in people suffering from psychosis.
 
Ketamine fights depression by acting like opioid, study says
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 31, 2018
A new study reveals that ketamine, in addition to its action on the glutamate system, acts on opioid receptors to fight depression.
 
Corals in deeper waters are stressed too, study says
Tyler MacDonald - Aug 29, 2018
Contrary to popular belief, corals in deeper waters experience significant thermal stress from ocean warming.