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A machine learning programme developed by Indiana University auto-adjusts individual off-key notes without using a musical score as a reference
The lunar marvel is an ongoing event that is expected to be the largest and brightest full moon of 2019. it will be visible to people around the world.
The tech giant has filed a new patent showing off what appears to be a folding iPhone. In the patent, a device can be seen folding closed, similar to a flip phone, via a hinge in the middle.
A growing number of employers are urging their staff to wear company-provided fitness trackers with the incentive that they'll receive quarterly payouts for reaching step goals.
A new letter discovered by Einstein has revealed that the theory of relativity may not have been formed were it not for questions proposed by the Scottish philosopher David Hume over a century earlier
People only arrived in the region 43,000 years ago and spread rapidly across the continent but it remains unknown how many people were present.
Experts at the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History in Germany, have found that early humans hunted adult monkeys so that the young would be able to procreate to feed future generations.
Center for Life Detection Science (CLDS) will be based in Mountain View, California and will tackle the question, 'Are we alone?' and NASA claims science may soon provide a definitive answer.
The ship's stem was discovered by divers in 2003 and has undergone significant conservation work in preparation of its addition to the Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth.
The bluestones were sliced off Carn Goedog and Craig Rhos-y-felin in the Preseli hills in Pembrokeshire, west Wales which provided natural, vertical pillars.
Research from Cleveland, Ohio has found brain cells that are totally separated create electrical signals that can trigger an electrical impulse in a nearby neuron and propagate a message.
Chinese scientists have cracked why the Pinna-Brelstaff illusion 'breaks your brain' causing you to see the small dashes to rotate by moving your head towards, and away from it.
The oldest skull fragment ever found will go on display at the Museum of London tomorrow. The human remains are thought to have belonged to a man who was over 18 years old.
An all black emperor penguin has been spotted in the Antarctic. Unlike the rest of the colony, the rare specimen has not got a white underbelly but instead is covered in black feathers.
The concept of 'exterior airbags' has been touted around for some time, but automotive firm ZF Friedrichshafen has now produced a ready-to-use version for car manufacturers.
While smiling depression is not a technical term, it is certainly possible to be depressed and manage to successfully mask the symptoms, writes Cambridge University researcher Olivia Remes.
The scientists discovered that by simply putting two grapes close to one another, they're the right size and shape to trap microwaves, create a 'hotspot' and generate plasma.
Experts from the National Institute of Polar Research in Japan tagged eight great white sharks and found they are one of the fastest fish in the ocean when swimming for travel purposes.
Apple may debut 'all-new' 16-inch MacBook Pro and tech that lets users charge AirPods with an iPhone
Longtime Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo expects Apple will release an 'all-new' 16-inch MacBook Pro, alongside other updates like a new 32-inch monitor and three new iPhones.
The asteroid, dubbed 2013 MD8, is expected to skim past Earth at just over 3 million miles away, or about 13 times the distance between Earth and the moon, at 12:55pm (ET) on Tuesday.