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Falling in love is the result of activity in 12 areas of the brain working together, according to researchers at the University of Western Virginia in California.
According to the latest estimates, the population of roughly 300 rhesus macaques living in Silver Spring State Park could double in the next four years, raising the risk of disease transmission.
The Irish Aviation Authority launched the probe after a number of sightings over the country on November 9 at around 7.40am.
These strange distortions have been laid bare by a climate data scientist at the Met Office who has created a two dimensional representation of what the world really looks like.
Major publishing houses, clothing manufacturers and even accounts belonging to two members of Congress, Frank Pallone and Brenda Lawrence were taken over.
Scientists at the University of Crete subjected lichen to harsh conditions to assess their durability. It simulated the conditions on Mars, with low oxygen, no water and extremely low temperatures.
Venture capital firm Y Combinator has proposed creating 4.5 million small ‘oases’ throughout the deserts, where phytoplankton could grow in glass pools and suck up carbon dioxide.
The brainchild of Innophys - a company set-up by the Tokyo University of Science - it weighs just 8 kilograms and has the power to raise a maximum of 30 kilogram.
Nikita Martyanov, 28, from Russia, journeyed to the remote town of Ilulissat on the west coast of Greenland to tackle the region's largest glacier on a wakeboard.
Rocket Lab runs a privately-owned launch facility on the Mahia Peninsula, just off New Zealand's North Island, and set seven seperate payloads into orbit from the site.
The $1,000 handset, which was released just a year ago, 'may experience touch issues due to a component failure' Apple says.
The technology could be used to build the next generation of disaster relief or search and rescue robots, where battery life is critical, researchers at Aston University in Birmingham said. (Stock)
Researchers from Brussels and the UK stress that even if the current goals are achieved, sea levels may still rise 13 feet - triggering a disaster for Earth's climate.
Analysis from astronomers at the SETI Institute in California found the 'washboard' and 'fluted' terrain were caused by crustal debris being deposited when the glaciers disappeared.
Shellfish researchers for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration studied declines in harvests of four valuable shelffish species in coastal areas from Maine to North Carolina.
A kilogram will soon be defined by a tiny but immutable fundamental value called the 'Planck constant'. The new definition involves an apparatus called the Kibble balance.
Experts hope it will aid the enforcement of official heritage orders, which preserve maritime remains dating back more than 100 years and limit access to licensed archaeological divers.
Building robots that can accurately copy human gestures will make interactions with them feel more natural, the Korean team behind the technology said.
Kim Jang-yeol, head of research at Golden Bridge Investment in Korea, said the device will be so expensive as it is the first mainstream device to enter the unknown territory of foldable handsets.
Longtime friends Steve Hathaway, 56, and Andrew Buttle, 48, were diving near a small island off New Zealand's north east coast when they discovered the gelatinous colony.