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Fabella: Bone thought to be lost to evolution mysteriously returning to human body

19/04/2019 • 08:39 Science The Independent  

'We are taught the human skeleton contains 206 bones, but our study challenges …

The £2MILLION all-electric Pininfarina Battista hypercar is unveiled in New York

19/04/2019 • 07:41 Science Daily Mail  

A prototype was unveiled last month and now it has been formally launched at an off-site event at the Javits Center for the New York International …

Apple's next iPhones could feature THREE rear-facing lenses and a host of new camera features

18/04/2019 • 22:57 Science Daily Mail  

The next generation of iPhones will likely emphasize a slew of new camera features to entice current and future customers, according to one of the top …

NASA releases stunning Hubble images and immersive video of Southern Crab Nebula

18/04/2019 • 22:45 Science Daily Mail  

The images document in stunning detail how a red giant star continuously expels material that's absorbed by a white dwarf star, in what NASA described …

DHS wants to ramp up use of facial recognition at airports from just 15 to almost all in 4 years

18/04/2019 • 19:52 Science Daily Mail  

The Department of Homeland Security said it plans to expand its application of facial recognition from just 15 airports to 97% of all passengers …

Facebook admits MILLIONS of Instagram passwords were stored in plain text

18/04/2019 • 19:01 Science Daily Mail  

Facebook said Thursday that millions of Instagram passwords have been exposed. Users' credentials were stored in plain text on its site, leaving them …

Language detecting technology struggles with George R. R. Martin's Game of Thrones

18/04/2019 • 17:47 Science Daily Mail  

Researchers from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam found quirky names, such as Daenerys don't look or resemble most names from the real world and are …

Google Maps street view images can be used to detect signs of inequality

18/04/2019 • 17:36 Science Daily Mail  

Deep-learning was trained using more than half a million Google street view images of London taken across 156,581 postcodes in the capital and applied …

Next-generation satellites can spot sources of greenhouse gases anywhere on Earth

18/04/2019 • 17:13 Science Daily Mail  

Governments and companies across the world are planning to launch a new generation of satellites capable of monitoring green house gas emissions with …

Archaeologists earn how a steady supply of beer kept the Wari empire's society afloat

18/04/2019 • 16:49 Science Daily Mail  

Twenty years ago, archaeologists found the ruins of a brewery in Peru from the Wari Empire. From studying the drinking vessels they found that they …

Roman racers faced danger at every event in vehicles designed for SPECTACLE, reveals re-enactment

18/04/2019 • 16:23 Science Daily Mail  

Experts with the Smithsonian Channel constructed and test-drove their very own chariot to find out just how risky the races really …

Spacemen on the way to Mars will have to wear swimming goggles... to save their sight

18/04/2019 • 16:21 Science Daily Mail  

US Scientists have found that giving astronauts goggles to wear could prevent damages to their eyes by counteracting pressure changes as a result of …

The Trumpeter Swan returns from the brink of extinction

18/04/2019 • 15:43 Science The Independent  

The trumpeter swan was on the brink of extinction 50 years ago. But restoration efforts in Ontario have helped the species make a comeback throughout …

Fighters in Crusades had families with locals and recruited offspring to cause, study shows

18/04/2019 • 15:32 Science The Independent  

Research reveals medieval campaign lasting two centuries had little genetic impact on local …

Astronauts might need to wear swimming goggles to avoid vision issues in spaceflight, study says

18/04/2019 • 15:23 Science The Independent  

Study could have 'important potential implications for future manned missions to the Moon, near-Earth asteroids, or Mars', expert …

Hoard of more than 550 rare gold and silver 14th century coins are worth an estimated £150,000

18/04/2019 • 15:21 Science Daily Mail  

A gold and silver coins hoard was found by four treasure hunters with a metal detector in a field in Buckinghamshire and includes 12 rare full gold …

Crusaders married local women, had families and their sons fell in battle

18/04/2019 • 15:02 Science Daily Mail  

A total of 25  skeletons dating back to the 13th century have been found at a burial pit in Sidon, Lebanon and all were males who died with broken …

Perfectly preserved 12th-century 'Viking-style' ship discovered in a German port

18/04/2019 • 14:58 Science Daily Mail  

A shipwreck dates back to the year 1188 and was likely used to carry cargoes such as timber, stones, or even beer. The research team, from Norway, …

It's Lyrid season: One of the oldest recorded meteor showers will streak across skies on April 22

18/04/2019 • 14:44 Science Daily Mail  

The Lyrid meteor shower is returning for its annual dance across night skies, and despite a brighter-than-usual moon, stargazers can still follow a …

There are 23.1 MILLION missing female births in the world since 1970

18/04/2019 • 14:10 Science Daily Mail  

Members of the Singaporean researcher team say that the added pressure of China's single-child policy and the desire of parents to have a boy …