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CEO and founder Pat Brown revealed in an interview with The Spoon the firm has already started work on ' whole cuts of beef,' including steak.
China exchanged data with NASA on its recent mission to land a Chinese spacecraft on the far side of the moon, the Chinese space agency said Monday.
The human brain works backwards to retrieve memories by forming a 'gist' before constructing details
Researchers from the University of Birmingham showed participants specific images and asked to associate each image with a unique word and found the order in which concepts were recalled.
Oxford researchers found only 0.4 per cent of a person's wellbeing is associated with technology use. This, they claim, is comparable to the negative impact of wearing glasses and regularly eating spuds.
The Pentagon's research arm is looking for proposals that understand the sensory and nervous systems in miniature insects and can turn them into 'prototype computational models.'
More than nine million people are believed to have been affected around the world by a scam that peppers its victims with adware and monitors their screens to make money for the scammers.
Researchers from the University of California say that the link between upper ocean warming and increasing wave energy could be a good indicator of the effect of climate change.
Researchers from universities in Washington, Toronto and Pennsylvania have collaborated on research which showed that people who think they know most about GMO's actually knew the least.
On the night of January 20-21, the full moon will bring a total lunar eclipse, which will cause Earth’s satellite to take on an eerie red glow in an effect that’s come to be known as the Blood Moon.
Winter is coming this spring—April 14, to be exact. There's a trailer too.
Researchers at King’s College London and Sergio Pastrana at Madrid’s Carlos III University found one criminal group earned $18 million since June 2016.
Bacteria found in Beijing smog could be causing the air to be more harmful because it is multiplying and growing stronger, according to experts at Peking University in Beijing.
The science of how technology affects happiness needs a huge statistical upgrade. A new paper charts a path toward better research.
A new study shows that 3D-printing a section of spinal cord, living cells and all, restored movement in injured rats.
Desalination plants turn seawater into drinking water, but also pump hypersaline water back into the environment. That's especially troubling because desal has become extremely popular.
The wreckage of coal carrying ships were spotted on a beach in Carbis Bay, Cornwall during low tides not seen since 2017 when the vessels were last revealed.
A social media campaign against forced arbitration clauses in employment contracts is a rare example of employees from different companies joining together.
The survival stories of Holocaust victims have been recorded and changed into holograms by the University of Southern California Shoah Foundation.
With true autonomy proving harder than we hoped, some companies are refocusing on systems that split the work between human and machine.
TechnoSearch is a website and online portal to help researchers access data from SETI - the project operated by NASA with the goal of finding aliens based in Mountain view, California.