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Europe's supervolcano in Naples last erupted in 1538 and although scientists claim an eruption is not imminent but it could be as destructive as the infamous Vesuvius eruption.
For the study, researchers from UCL and the University of Reading remotely observed rapidly evolving aurora to understand the physics behind why, when and how energy is released.
US YouTuber Shawn Woods put Carolina Reapers, which are more than 850 times hotter than a jalapeno pepper, into rodent bait and placed the trap in his backyard.
The tech giant's smart home concept, unveiled at a one-off event in San Francisco, showcased Google Assistant at its maximum potential with devices in every room.
Bronze sculptures sold for £1.8 million in 2002 have been confirmed as the work of Michelangelo by Cambridge researchers due to anatomical features and is now worth £110 million.
A report by the Government's Committee on Climate Change said 'fundamental changes' were necessary if they were to meet their targets in cutting green house gas emissions by 2050.
While the ocean is certainly better off without plastic, the problem has many more layers than it first appears, according to Christopher J. Preston, Professor of Philosophy, The University of Montana.
Barnard's Star b circles a cool red-dwarf star, smaller and older than the sun, completing one orbit every 233 days, say researchers from the Institut de Ciències de l’Espai in Spain.
Google Assistant wants to help you get out of bed in the morning. A new addition to Google Assistant makes it so that routines are triggered after you hit snooze on your alarm.
Vine creator Dom Hofmann plans to launch a successor to his popular viral-video site next year. Called Byte, it's expected to have the same design and functionality as the original app.
Scientists have found one of the largest impact craters on Earth under Greenland's Hiawatha Glacier. It was caused by a 3,300ft-wide asteroid that smashed into our planet during the last Ice Age.
Apple led a decline in technology stocks, offsetting early support from tame U.S. consumer prices data and a rebound in oil prices. The iPhone maker's shares fell 2 percent Wednesday.
Facebook employees' morale has plummeted 32% after company's turbulent year, internal survey reveals
An internal survey shows that just 52 percent of Facebook employees said they were optimistic about the company's future, which is a sharp decrease from 84 percent a year ago.
An iPhone X user has been left in shock after his device unexpectedly overheated and began releasing smoke. The device began to overheat after the user installed iOS 12.1 on the device.
The controversial report, which was drafted by the Nunavut government in northern Canada, estimated that polar bear populations are much higher than scientists have previously estimated.
A comparison of 200 skulls dating back 80,000 years led by the Institute of Evolution and Ecology at the University of Tubingen in Germany found similar levels of head injuries in both groups.
A Russian research centre has claimed the rocket would reach Mars in just seven months and be capable of another launch only 48 hours after landing.
Genetically modified foods was mixed with another species' DNA. Gene-edited food is more precise, using CRISPR to avoid side effects. Scientists are starting with heart-healthy foods.
Scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, have created an eyepatch that is covered in microneedles that gently penetrate the front of the eye to gradually release drugs.
Human activity is causing storms to have a much more devastating impact than in the past, a pair of studies has warned. Researchers examined urbanization and the worsening rainfall.