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The researchers in Washington say the study is urgent since marijuana is given to cancer and HIV patients to treat appetite loss, but we do not know how it interacts with their bodies or their diseases.
Under certain light, the material can become up to ten times softer and more dynamic, researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology found.
Amazon called this year's Prime Day the 'biggest shopping event' in its history. Shoppers bought over 100 million products during the event, with many Amazon-branded products being top sellers.
The image captured July 9 by ESA's Sentinel-2 satellites shows the massive iceberg, along with several other large icebergs in the vicinity of the village Innaarsuit.
Apple has been widely rumored to be prepping three new iPhones for later this year. Now, a leaked image reportedly shows the glass panels that will be used in the yet-to-be-released iPhone models.
The Korean tech giant is working on a device, codenamed 'Winner,' where the screen can be folded in half like a wallet, the Wall Street Journal reported. It could cost more than $1,500.
The image, appearing to show South Korean CEO DJ Koh using the handset, was reportedly captured at an event for the media in and shared on Chinese social media site Weibo.
The billionaire entrepreneur, who is chief executive of the electric car maker Tesla Inc, issued the apology to Vern Unsworth on Twitter this morning.
A stalagmite in the Indian region of Meghalayan Age has allowed experts to divide the Holocene into more detailed portions, with it starting 4,200 years ago and continuing to this day.
UK weather anomalies continue as the wind turbines around the country produce barely any electricity, despite having two of the biggest off-shore wind farms in the world.
The New Shepard spacecraft launched from Blue Origin's test site in West Texas at 11:00am ET (4:00pm BST) carrying a bundle of science experiments.
According to research led by Dr Lucy Neville, a Lecturer in Criminology from the University of Leicester, 55 per cent of the women surveyed imagined themselves as men (stock image).
The Mountain View-based company is the most popular search engine in the world and this fine, set to be announced at 12pm BST will take the firm to $6.7 billion (£5.1 billion) in EU fines since 2017.
The never-before-seen monument, spotted in County Meath, Ireland, is made up of a ring of prehistoric ditches now buried deep underground (pictured).
Parts of the Grand Teton National Park in Wyoming, which sits over the Yellowstone supervolcano, have been closed due to 'elevated potential for rockfall'.
Men hoping to become fathers are often advised to avoid alcohol for fear of harming their fertility. But a study suggests a few small beers a week or bottle of wine may actually help men start a family.
At Twitter headquarters in San Francisco, the firm has been purging the platform of bots and malicious accounts. New figures reveal this clean up started in late 2017.
Experts from the European Southern Observatory captured the shot using its Very Large Telescope, based in the deserts of northern Chile.
Researchers from the Department of Anthropology at Texas State University excavated the Gault Site northwest of Austin and found tools between 16,000 and 20,000 years of age.
For the 40 per cent of us who believe we remember an event from our first two years, we have likely created it falsely after seeing photos or hearing recollections from others.