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Ocean acidification can cause mass extinctions, fossils reveal

21/10/2019 • 19:00 Science The Guardian  

Carbon emissions make sea more acidic, which wiped out 75% of marine species 66m years ago Ocean acidification can cause the mass extinction of …

Google adding eye detect to Pixel 4 in 'coming months' after phone found to unlock on sleeping users

21/10/2019 • 18:01 Science Daily Mail  

Among the concerns surrounding the phone's eyeless unlocking was that suspicious partners may scan their significant others' face and pore through the …

The Guardian view on Extinction Rebellion: numbers alone won’t create change | Editorial

21/10/2019 • 17:30 Science The Guardian  

People being in the streets isn’t effective without a strategy, and XR needs a clearer one for what could be years of non-violent struggle The speed …

Scientists are using satellites to spot stranded whales from SPACE

21/10/2019 • 16:40 Science Daily Mail  

Scientists are using the high-resolution imagery of satellites to detect and monitor whales stranded on the shore from space. The technology can also …

Scientists say a rainy end to summer and start of autumn has created perfect conditions for fungi 

21/10/2019 • 16:14 Science Daily Mail  

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) said the damp summer and wet autumn weather has meant many highly unusual species of fungi have been spotted at …

NASA reveals incredible image showing an asteroid streaking past the Crab Nebula

21/10/2019 • 16:03 Science Daily Mail  

The photograph was taken originally in 2005 in black and while and has now been edited by a volunteer and amateur astronomer in Germany - Melina …

Amazon and Google unwittingly approved speaker apps that eavesdropped on users and stole passwords

21/10/2019 • 16:03 Science Daily Mail  

Spying apps bypassed Amazon and Google's defenses and were approved by the moderation teams - a lapse experts say invites even more scrutiny on …

Did you solve it? The four points, two distances problem

21/10/2019 • 16:00 Science The Guardian  

The solution to today’s dot-to-dot puzzle Earlier today I set you the following puzzle: Find all the ways to arrange four points so that only two …

The zero-carbon neighbourhood that will power itself entirely by solar

21/10/2019 • 15:43 Science Daily Mail  

According to developer Ssassy Property, the eco-friendly homes in Oxfordshire will be around 30 years ahead of the Government's 2050 zero-carbon …

New gene editing tool could fix most harmful DNA mutations

21/10/2019 • 15:27 Science The Guardian  

‘Prime editing’ more precise than Crispr-Cas9, but still needs time before use on humans Scientists have raised fresh hopes for treating people with …

Neuroscientists have created 'mini brains' from human tissue that can FEEL and even suffer

21/10/2019 • 15:09 Science Daily Mail  

Elan Ohayon - director of the Green Neuroscience Laboratory in San Diego, California - and colleagues argue that checks need to be in place to stop …

Amazonian white bellbird sets the record for the loudest animal call EVER

21/10/2019 • 15:03 Science Daily Mail  

Researchers led by the University of Massachusetts recorded the bird producing its deafening call in mountains in the north of the Amazon …

Men with psychopathic traits are attractive because they 'know the right things to say'

21/10/2019 • 14:30 Science Daily Mail  

A researcher from Brock University in Ontario used a video dating scenario to find women were attracted to psychopathic men (Pictured: Cristian Bale …

Artificial leaf could turn sunlight into sustainable alternative to petrol, say scientists

21/10/2019 • 14:02 Science The Independent  

Device could also make clean gas found in fuels, pharmaceuticals and plastics, according to …

Is Netflix about to crack down on users who share logins?

21/10/2019 • 13:43 Science Daily Mail  

The California-based company's chief product officer, Greg Peters, said in an interview that the company would look at 'consumer-friendly' ways of …

Self-driving SCOOTERS will drive themselves back to charging points and busy areas

21/10/2019 • 09:32 Science Daily Mail  

California-based start-up, Tortoise, is developing technology which could drive public hire scooters and bikes back to places they're needed after …

Archaeologists find 2000-year-old 'lost' street built by Pontius Pilate in Jerusalem

21/10/2019 • 09:29 Science Daily Mail  

The 722 feet (220 metre) -long section of road was unearthed by researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority and Tel Aviv University after six …

Can you solve it? The four points, two distances problem

21/10/2019 • 06:10 Science The Guardian  

A dot-to-dot puzzle with a difference Today’s question is probably the shortest I have ever set: Find all the ways to arrange four points so that …

Campaign to stop 'killer robots' takes peace mascot to UN

21/10/2019 • 05:00 Science The Guardian  

Robot Wars survivor David Wreckham has found new purpose as the face of the Campaign to Stop Killer Robots An international campaign takes its battle …

How UK's disused mine shafts plan to store renewable energy

21/10/2019 • 05:00 Science The Guardian  

Gravitricity develops winch and hoist system to store energy at half the cost of lithium-ion batteries Britain’s cheapest “virtual battery” could be …