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A 110-million-year-old spider fossil with glowing eyes was discovered in exposed shale in South Korea. The spider's glowing eyes come from the tapetum, a structure found behind the retina.
Researchers at the University of Birmingham found these juvenile forests occur in 'regrown' regions on former agricultural or logging land, after forest fires and at high latitudes.
Rise in summertime thunderstorms has been robustly linked to climate change for the very first time
Researchers at the universities of York and Huddersfield found small, simple and deliberate alterations to a person's appearance are surprisingly effective in identity concealment.
Researchers at the University of Birmingham found the average numbers of land vertebrate species across different ecosystems had not increased for tens of millions of years.
Samsung may have found some competition in the folding phone market. Chinese tech giant TCL is designing a flexible phone that can bend around your wrist to become a pseudo-smartwatch.
China's design would sit in Earth's orbit and turn the sun's rays into electricity and then beam the energy back to Earth.
A scientist from Duke University in North Carolina has warned of the dangers of AI-powered tech which could expose cheaters by analysing sensor logs and picking up saucy conversations.
A new york based law professor has found a dusty but fully functioning Apple Mac computer from the 1980s that has been sitting in his parents' attic for the last 30 years
Researchers attended conventions for 'Flat Earthers' in North Carolina and Colorado last year and in 2017 and found that most had watched Youtube videos that claim the planet is disc-shaped.
The tiny reptile, known as Hope, has such a rare condition that the condition has not yet been named in veterinary science. She was born albino and with her heart outside its protective chest wall.
Levon Bliss, from London and now based in Wiltshire, has published stunning images of insects preserved in amber dating back around 45 million years.
Winter blooming flowers are giving off some of the 'strongest' scents in the UK due to last year's hot long summer
A sense of humour will be vital for any team to keep morale high on a two-year trip to Mars. The joker role will be tested in NASA's group mission simulations at the Johnson Space Centre in Houston, Texas.
Works by Georgia O'Keeffe and Rembrandt are among the hundreds of works blighted by the condition. But now a team at Northwestern University in Chicago has made iPad software to diagnose it.
A security researcher revealed that Twitter continues to hold onto users' direct messages for several years, while users operate under the assumption that they've been deleted.
The Korean tech giant on Friday took the wraps off the Galaxy Tab S5e, its lightest and thinnest-ever tablet that's also equipped with the Bixby voice assistant for the first time.
The algorithm was trained to look for recurring elements in fake dating profiles, like stolen bios, photos and common language, as well as IP addresses and phone numbers.
A team from Surrey University have successfully completed their test to remove space junk by piercing it with such force that it breaks force that it actually breaks the target structure.
A website lets users click through an endless library of fake human faces created by AI. It relies on an algorithm developed by Nvidia scientists and only takes a few seconds to spit out a new face.