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University of Sydney experts compared the diversity of gut microbes carrying antibiotic resistant genes in penguins living around two Antarctic bases, one busy and one more remote (stock).
Stargazers may get the chance to see a shooting star display as the annual Leonid meteor shower hits the skies above Britain, the US and elsewhere in the northern hemisphere.
UK communications watchdog Ofcom has fined Virgin Media and EE £13.3million for overcharging almost 500,000 customers who wanted to leave their contracts early.
Crop scientists at the John Innes Centre in Norwich have developed a technique that subjects crops to 22 hours a day of LED light and promotes rapid growth of plants.
U.S. astronaut Anne McClain said on Thursday she had full confidence in the safety of the Russian-made Soyuz rocket that will blast her into space next month
Scientists from Massachusetts Institute of Technology found they had the power to launch microorganisms - including potential pathogens - into the air at speeds of ten metres a second.
Frank Morris and the Anglin brothers placed the decoys in their beds and climbed through a wall to escape the island prison in San Francisco Bay. The men were never found.
The vote was greeted by sustained applause and cheers, after all of the 50-plus countries gathered in Versailles said yes when asked one by one for their decision on the fate of the weight.
ALMA, the Chilean telescope., has remarkable resolution and sensitivity which allowed researchers to see connecting tendrils that incriminate W2256 in the robbery of the galactic material.
The US military, which is based in Virginia, believes the Adaptable Lighter-Than-Air balloons could be used as cheap alternatives to satellite communications.
An amputee sea turtle has been given a prosthetic flipper by a prosthetist. Heartwarming footage shows the sea turtle being released into the water at Key West Aquarium in Florida.
Researchers estimate a healthy and abundant population of nearly 3,000 animals in the Chukchi Sea off Alaska's northwest coast, according to a study.
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has approved plans from the billionaire entrepreneur to deploy 7,518 additional broadband satellites for the Starlink project.
New York based company A24 have partnered with Apple in a multi-year agreement to create and produce original content for their upcoming streaming service.
A study of more than 2,000 parents, conducted by London-based child online safety organisation Internet Matters showed that 62% of parents worry their child will not speak up about cyberbullying.
Scientists at Columbia University and Northwell Health are listening in to the brain's inner voice to learn brain language as they develop a way to turn paralyzed patients thoughts into speech.
Fancy yourself a bit of a math whiz? According to the quiz creator only 4% of the population got over 7/10. Scroll down the page to answer the questions and then to see how many you’ve got right.
Researchers led by the Henry Ford Health System asked 128 mothers how they cleaned their children's dummies before taking blood tests from the infants to make the conclusion.
Bailey Richardson started at Instagram in 2012 when Mark Zuckerberg's firm bought the budding app for $1 billion. it now has one billion users around the world.
Traveling during the holidays can be a nightmare. Luckily, Google Maps has put its data smarts to work with a report that shows when there will be traffic before and after Thanksgiving.