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The native Australian echidna has a 'very strange and unusual' penis. The phallus is so large, it is a third of the mammal size when fully erect. One scientist said 'only God' understands it.
The clownfish exposed to artificial light also grew 44 per cent slower than those in natural lighting conditions, according to a study involving scientists from the UK, France, Chile and Australia.
University College London researchers have worked out how to keep stem cells alive for longer in the heart - leading to hopes an innovative new injection could help cure heart failure in the near future.
These affordable wireless buds from JLab Audio have the same specs as the Apple AirPods and sound almost as good.
A letter detailing Amelia Earhart and her Captain Fred J. Noonan's adventure around the globe resurfaced that could provide clues to what happened to the pair 84 years ago.
Apple's oft-rumored augmented reality headset could launch as soon as the second quarter of 2022, according to one prominent analyst that covers the company.
An study be researchers at NYU found that people with active cancer cases are 90 percent more likely to die from Covid-19. People who have recovered from cancer are not at risk, though.
An app that uses deep learning could be used to assist mental health classifications, experts at University of Maryland say.
The skull of a small Ice Age cave bear was found in Russia with a large hole at the back. Scientists believe the hole was made by a spear that was driven into the animal's head while it hibernated.
There may be as few as 5,000 blue whales left in the world, but researchers may have discovered a new population of the largest animal in the world in the Indian Ocean, thanks to bomb detectors.
In an impressive scientific feat, researchers from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore have fitted backpacks to a cockroach to dictate the direction of its movement.
You may not have heard of Fastly, but you felt its impact when sites didn’t load around the world Tuesday morning.
Researchers have found that boulders on asteroid Ryugu are 'porous,' leading some to wonder if the discovery could help experts learn more about how planets are formed.
Contrary to previous scientific opinion, these stellar nurseries do not all look and act the same, according to the team from Ohio State University.
A survey asked more than 900 Americans if they would take an immortality pill. Only 33% said yes, 42% declined the offer and 25% were unsure. However, more men said they would take the pill.
Facebook and Twitter both have tools that allow people to delete old messages to avoid embarrassment or worse, while setting profiles to private is also an option.
The revised estimate came about when a school lesson at the Florida Museum of Natural History went awry, leading to the creation of new equations based on the width of a megalodon's teeth.
Scientists have figured out why astronauts generally get sick after returning to Earth, as space travel negatively impacts their immune systems, with T regular cells at the root cause of the issue.
AI trained to detect abnormalities in fat surrounding blood vessels can measure blood inflammation levels to determine a patient's risk of dying from the coronavirus.