As the coronavirus rages across the planet, the last thing we need to hear about is another deadly disease. But there’s no need to panic over Hantavirus.
If you’re looking to pass the time during the coronavirus outbreak, there are some necessary precautions you must take during sex.
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AFP reporter Pascale Trouillaud speaks to ‘Flat-Earthers’ in Brazil. Approximately 7% of the population believe that the Earth is, in fact, flat.
James B. Kaler, Professor Emeritus of Astronomy, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, a Capricorn, explains the zodiac.
A remarkable combination of artificial intelligence (AI) and biology has produced the world’s first “living robots”.
The star Proxima Centauri is the smallest star in a triple system in the constellation of Centaurus. Since it is the star in closest proximity to our sun, it is usually referred to as Proxima.
China confirmed that 61-year-old man had become the first person to die from a respiratory illness believed caused by a new virus from the same family as SARS, which claimed hundreds of lives more than a decade ago.
New climate models show carbon dioxide is a more potent greenhouse gas than previously understood, a finding that could push the Paris Agreement goals for capping global warming out of reach.
At least two species of Madagascar lemurs teetering on the brink of extinction because of deforestation could be pushed over the edge by climate change, researchers said Monday.
An international team of 11 scientists concluded the quarry in New York had once housed a forest two to three million years older and more varied in types of trees.
A group of researchers found signs of life in isolated water pockets in rock fractures under the Moab Khotsong mine. The water is estimated to be 2 billion years old.
The universe has many mysteries that still remain to be uncovered – and new technologies will help us to solve them over the next 50 years.
Fears about climate change are prompting worldwide action, but one knock-on effect in the United States is mounting anxiety about everything from plastics to class-based environmental disparities.
Scientists say they had used a drone to observe the rapid fracturing and draining of a lake on the Greenland ice sheet, a phenomenon that may become more frequent as a result of climate change.
Global coal-fired power, a key driver of climate change, is set to fall a record 3.0% this year, largely led by developed countries although much-criticised China and India play their part too.
Switching to renewables could cut the health impacts of air pollution from power generation as much as 80% by mid-century, experts said Tuesday 19 November 2019.
For more than 3.5 billion years, living organisms have thrived, multiplied and diversified to occupy every ecosystem on Earth. The flip side to this explosion of new species is that species extinctions have also always been part of the evolutionary life cycle.
Emperor Penguins are living indicators whose population trends can illustrate the consequences of climate change.
The new strain has been classified as HIV-1 Group M, subtype L, and can be traced back to the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Robots used to be restricted to heavy lifting or fine detail work in factories, but that is changing.
Hordes of brain-munching undead terrorising neighborhoods make for fun television and movies, but zombies could never be real. Or could they?
Climate-fuelled flooding will affect two-thirds of the World’s population, with China, Bangladesh, India, Vietnam, Indonesia and Thailand at risk.
Where was the evolutionary birthplace of modern humans? The East African Great Rift Valley has long been the favoured contender – until today.
As the old aphorism has it, only two things are certain in life: death, and taxes. But while death may be inevitable, it does throw up a number of uncertainties – like what should be done with your body.