Category: Science

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70% of Brits support use of tracking technology, study suggests 

70% of Brits support use of tracking technology, study suggests 

About seven in 10 Brits are in favour of location-tracking technology during the coronavirus pandemic – regardless of if it's opt-in or compulsory, [...]
Say cheese! Mars' 'Happy Face' crater has significantly grown over a decade due to thermal erosion

Say cheese! Mars' 'Happy Face' crater has significantly grown over a decade due to thermal erosion

Mars has something to smile about! The infamous 'Happy Face' crater near the Red Planet's south pole has gotten noticeably bigger over the last dec [...]
Moon rock collected by the 1972 Apollo 17 mission is put on display in the Oval Office

Moon rock collected by the 1972 Apollo 17 mission is put on display in the Oval Office

When the Apollo 17 crew returned from the moon they brought back a 3.9-billion-year-old lunar rock that is now on display inside the White House’s [...]
Snapchat launches hilarious Bernie Sanders filter

Snapchat launches hilarious Bernie Sanders filter

Snapchat launches hilarious Bernie Sanders filter that places the US senator and his folding chair around your house in augmented real [...]
Fans of Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea NOT as loyal as supporters of less successful clubs

Fans of Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea NOT as loyal as supporters of less successful clubs

Fans of Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea are not as loyal to each other as supporters of less successful football clubs, according to new r [...]
One in four wild bee species worldwide 'haven't been seen since the 1990s'

One in four wild bee species worldwide 'haven't been seen since the 1990s'

A quarter of known bee species in the wild haven't appeared in public records since the 1990s, a shocking new study reveals. Argentinian researcher [...]
Children do NOT play a key role in spreading coronavirus

Children do NOT play a key role in spreading coronavirus

Children are unlikely to play a significant role in the spreading of coronavirus, a study shows. Throughout the pandemic it has become increasingly [...]
Archaeology: Early humans used flint chopping tools to break animal bones 2.6 million years ago

Archaeology: Early humans used flint chopping tools to break animal bones 2.6 million years ago

Flint chopping tools were used by early humans beginning 2.6 million years ago to break animal bones and release the high-calorie marrow inside, a [...]
Most of the world's 58,000 biggest dams are crumbling, report warns

Most of the world's 58,000 biggest dams are crumbling, report warns

From the Hoover Dam in Arizona to the Inguri Dam in Georgia, many of the world's most famous dams are risk of collapsing, a worrying new report has [...]
Growing up in bilingual home 'provides lasting cognitive benefits' 

Growing up in bilingual home 'provides lasting cognitive benefits' 

Growing up in a bilingual home can provide unexpected cognitive benefits later in life – especially if exposed to two or more languages from birth. [...]
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