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Harvard researchers say that shaman, also known as medicine man or witch doctors, were humanity's first 'professionals'.
A new report, New Species On The Block from WWF, reveals the three mammals, 23 fish, 14 amphibians, 26 reptiles and 91 plant species discovered for the first time.
Chief Executive Sundar Pichai told a U.S. congressional panel Google had over 100 people working on the project at one point.
Scientists are seeing surprising melting in Earth's polar regions at times they don't expect, like winter, and in places they don't expect, like eastern Antarctica, the report warns.
Scientists from the University of Illinois confirmed that the Dracula ant found in Africa, Australia and Asia is the very fastest using cutting-edge video technology.
Meghan Markle, the American actress who married Prince Harry in May, has seen more people look up her name than any other figure in the UK.
The updates include location-based reminders, an email tool and a feature called 'Hunches,' in which the digital assistant is able to remind users if it thinks they've forgotten something.
Richard Branson's space firm says its next test flight, currently scheduled for Thursday, will 'burn the rocket motor for durations which will see our pilots and spaceship reach a space altitude '
NASA’s new InSight lander has snapped its first selfie from the red planet, giving the mission team (and the rest of the world) a good look at its solar panels and deck now that it’s settled in.
Satellite images of penguin POO reveal how Antarctica's Adélie populations have changed their habits
A NASA-funded team has been tracking Adélie penguins across Antarctica in recent years by looking for the stains left behind by their waste, known as guano.
A new satellite measuring the elevation of Earth’s ever-changing features has begun mapping our planet in unprecedented detail. ICESat-2 is mapping ice sheets, forest canopies, and more.
An employee warned the ride-sharing giant that there were issues with Uber's autonomous-driving technology just days a 49-year-old Arizona woman, was struck and killed by a self-driving car.
Two Russian cosmonauts are preparing to venture outside the International Space Station to inspect a section where a mysterious leak was discovered in August.
Google chief executive Sundar Pichai defended his company's search practices on Tuesday in the face of questions from lawmakers on allegations of bias against conservatives.
In a series of patents, the social media giant describes how it would use your location data to predict where you'll be going in the future, as well as when you're most likely to be offline.
The form of entertainment is now known as '58 holes' and was spotted in Azerbaijan. It is thought to date back up to 4,000 years and was found in a region where cattle herders lived.
The world's tallest active geyser Steamboat in Yellowstone, has set a record when it erupted for the 30th time in a calendar year.
Daimler will buy battery cells worth more than 20 billion euros ($23 billion) by 2030 as it readies mass production of hybrid and electric vehicles, the maker of Mercedes-Benz cars said on Tuesday.
Google internal emails were published by far right website Breitbart yesterday. Google employees say Breitbart could be demonetized if sufficient examples of hate speech were found.
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