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The breakthrough has allowed researchers to identify what appear to be the three elephant poaching cartels operating out of Kenya, Uganda and Togo (stock image).
According to scientists from Universidad Austral de Chile it is caused by changes in the Walker circulation, which affects weather patterns and rainfall in the Amazon.
University students the length and breadth of Britain are heading back to university this week and a larger than life font could be their best friend when faced with completing large essays.
Study reveals users face THOUSANDS of malware threats when visiting sites that offer pirated content
Experts from the European Union Intellectual Property Office in Spain uncovered the files hidden in fake game installers and other free programmes that give hackers access to your device.
The East Antarctic ice Sheet (EAIS) is mainly above sea level and, so far, immune to ice melt. However, a portion known as the Wilkes Subglacial Basin is at risk of melting if global warming continues.
KrebsOnSecurity found that GovPayNet, was using outdated security practices that allowed anyone to easily access a customer's receipt data for anything from bail payments to traffic tickets.
Rising seas threaten low-lying cities, islands and industries worldwide. But projections for how the rise will come vary wildly in part because scientists lack clarity on how fast ice sheets are melting.
An Oxford professor's study found that a staggering 62 per cent of Brits regularly find themselves having to rewash clothes because they forget to take them out of the machine
The company, which is best known for making aircraft engines, said its German Power Systems business signed an deal with Porterbrook, the UK's largest owner of passenger rolling stock.
The skeleton was found in Hobetsu on Japan's northernmost island of Hokkaido by a research team from the Hokkaido University Museum and Hobetsu Museum.
A new concept design unveiled by Paris-based automaker Renault provides a glimpse at the autonomous delivery vans of the future.
Researchers from the University of Western Australia created tasks in which pairs of dolphins had to swim across a lagoon in the Dolphin Research Centre in the Florida Keys.
A tech expert digging through the code that makes up Apple's newest iOS operating system has uncovered hidden software labelled 'iPad2018fall'.
Scientists from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver recruited young adults, sat them in front of a computer and gave them control of an on-screen avatar.
Dr Peter Lucas, Senior Lecturer in Philosophy at the University of Central Lancashire explains why male objectification may be a risky game to play in the modern world.
The programme has already completed successful trials in provinces across China, and is bolstered by facial recognition, body scanning and geo-tracking technology.
The one-off Nissan, developed in the UK in collaboration with the European Space Agency, was unveiled at the Hannover Motor Show in Germany.
The PlayStation One Classic is small enough to hold in one hand and is now available for pre-order in the UK, US, Japan and Europe ahead of its release on December 3.
European-based Sky and US-centric Netflix have joined forces in an unlikely truce to offer customers a combined package that features all content in one location.
Reading University researchers did experiments with hatching insect larvae and saw that they ingested microplastics - and it is easily passed through the food chain.