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Mountains buried 400 miles underground ‘could be bigger than Everest’ and were only found after a massive Bolivian Earthquake in 1994
Rachel Carter, 41, was searching a Kent field with her partner and her metal detector when she stumbled across the find.
UK-based firm Muhdo has launched one of the first at-home epigenetics kits, which it says can provide flexible and accurate information based on a persons genetic expression.
Work being done at the University of Edinburgh will be informed by the public consensus, which will be gauged via an online survey.
A new interactive map shows how fast hyperloop can take passengers connecting London to major UK cities like Manchester and Birmingham in under 15 minutes.
Amazon led a $700 million investment in U.S. electric pickup truck startup Rivian, in the e-commerce giant's biggest bet on technologies with potential to reshape the automotive sector.
The landing site on the Moon of space shuttle Chang'e-4 has been officially named 'Statio Tianhe' or The Milky Way Station, at a conference in Beijing.
Twitter has some good news for users who may be embarrassed by old tweets. The firm is considering rolling out a 'clarification' tool that would let users revise or annotate older posts.
A study by Imperial College London found an AI model that assesses a tumour's structure and genetic make-up better predicts a patient's prognosis than methods currently used by doctors.
Researchers from the University of Glasgow are among those involved in the project, which made history in 2015 when it first detected ripples in spacetime known as gravitational waves.
An AI research group backed by Elon Musk says that an AI system has been developed that could write news stories from a headline but is too dangerous to release
NASA was born out of a knee-jerk response to the Soviet Union successfully launching Sputnik and mages from its 60-year history reveal an insight into its remarkable history.
NASA is accelerating plans to return Americans to the Moon by 2028. Jim Bridenstine, the head of the US aerospace agency said at a press conference in Washington on Thursday.
'Witches' marks' designed to expunge evil spirits and stop them rising from the underworld have been discovered Creswell Crags on the border between Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire.
The team, from Newcastle University, created virtual environments which do not require goggles to explore and tackles specific phobias including wasps, lifts, the dark, flying, dolls, balloons and transport.
Killer robots should be banned to prevent them wiping out humanity, the world’s largest gathering of scientists was told yesterday in Washington DC.
A rabbit belonging to the famous biologist Charles Darwin has helped show how genetic mutations in the population fought off myxomatosis in the 1950s across Europe.
Researchers led by the University of Birmingham scanned the brains of 38 people who were either morning 'larks' or night owls.
The Lynx UK Trust is set to submit a second licence application this summer to bring the big cats back to Kielder Forest in Northumberland.
Japanese 'robot marriage-hunting' parties see single men and women talk to each other through ROBOTS
At an event in Tokyo, tiny droids served as a messenger for each person to introduce themselves, since many said they felt 'too anxious' to conduct a conversation on their own.