River otters are mysteriously attacking people and pets in Anchorage, Alaska prompting wildlife officials to warn the public to keep their distance. According to the state’s Department of Fish and Game, a group of troublesome otters have attacked people in outdoor areas,
The iPhone 13 has just hit stores but experts are already looking ahead to what the next iteration of the world’s most popular smartphone will look like. In his latest Power On newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman predicted the incremental tweaks to the
Researchers have designed miniature robots that are inspired by cells and steered by ultrasound that could one day navigate the human body and help deliver drugs to certain parts of it. These ‘rocket ships,’ as described by scientists at Cornell University, have
Moment fireball meteor blazes through North Carolina sky at 32,000mph is caught on doorbell camera A fireball that flew across the North Carolina sky last week at 40 times the speed of sound was captured by a doorbell camera NASA Meteor Watch
The rise of the dinosaurs was driven by major volcanic eruptions and ‘mega monsoons’ more than 230 million years ago, a new study claims. Researchers at the University of Birmingham analysed sediment and fossil plant records from a lake in the Jiyuan
Switching to a diet rich in fish and seafood isn’t just healthier for humans, it can cut down on harmful greenhouse gas emissions and other environmental ails, a new study says. The research, which compares the impact of wild-caught and farmed marine
Structures in an ancient Mayan city thought to be natural hills are actually the ruins of buildings designed to look like those found in the powerful city of Teotihuacen. The newly discovered structures provide ‘game-changing evidence’ that the imperial power of Teotihuacan
Drug takers at Glastonbury Festival are responsible for poisoning local wildlife, a new study shows. Traces of illegal drugs ecstasy (MDMA) and cocaine in urine of drug-taking festival goers has leaked into a river on site, according to the authors at Bangor University.
Tesla is being criticized by motor-safety experts for using YouTubers to beta test its self-driving technology rather than trained safety drivers. After signing non-disclosure agreements, these would-be influencers film their experiences on the road, Vice first reported, using Tesla’s Full Self-Driving (FSD)
Emissions Carbon dioxide Carbon dioxide (CO2) is one of the biggest contributors to global warming. After the gas is released into the atmosphere it stays there, making it difficult for heat to escape – and warming up the planet in the process.
An eagle with a six-inch foot-span that ambushed unsuspecting prey such as flamingos and koalas ruled the food chain of South Australia 25 million years ago. This is the conclusion of Flinders University experts who identified the new species, Archaehierax sylvestris, based