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Marine scientists have made a rare discovery of a large school of shark pups along with thousands of egg cases 200 miles off the coast of western Ireland at depths of around 750 m/ 892,500ft.
The planes were paraded to the public at airshow in Zhuhai. Two J-20 fighter jets opened their missile bay doors and revealed four missiles in its fuselage and one on either side.
Akihiko Kondo, 35, from Tokyo, married his virtual reality hologram Hatsune Miku this month during a ceremony in Tokyo. His mother refused an invitation to her son's wedding.
Dr Paul Kelley, a former headteacher and researcher in sleep science, says bosses who want healthy and happy employees should delay start times by at least an hour.
Genetic analysis carried out in Leipzig, Germany, of the fossilised remains of Neanderthals, early humans and modern humans suggests interbreeding was the true cause of their demise.
By tinkering with brain waves, we may soon be able to treat conditions including amnesia and post-traumatic stress disorder, said Oxford University researcher Laurie Pycroft.
The mummies were among artefacts found in seven tombs discovered over the past six months on the edge of the King Userkaf pyramid complex at the ancient necropolis of Saqqara, south of Cairo.
Almost 90 per cent of African elephants in Mozambique's Gorongosa National Park born after the country's civil war ended in 1992 have not developed tusks.
Which? surveyed more than 7,000 broadband customers about their opinions on 12 of the biggest internet providers.
The team behind the mission has recommended a spot called Oxia Planum, where it’s thought a large body of water sat billions of years ago. ESA and Roscosmos will make a decision mid-2019.
The 'track mode' software update will allow owners to race their cars, and even drift them, with a host of performance boosts.
Milner hopes to for life on Saturn's moon Enceladus, which many experts believe is the most likely place in the universe to contain alien life, and is being advised by NASA on the plans.
The bird found in Pennsylvania is the offspring of a hybrid warbler mother and a warbler father from an entirely different genus.
During the four years of the war, military surgeons developed new techniques on the battlefield and in supporting hospitals. The war sparked the need for prosthetics that changed the future of medicine.
It shows storms in Jupiter's dynamic North North Temperate Belt captured by NASA's Juno spacecraft, with bright-white 'pop-up' clouds as well as huge storm known as a white oval.
The deal will cover Apple's latest devices, including the new iPad Pro, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and Apple Watch Series 4, as well as Apple's lineup of Beats headphones.
Writing for The Conversation, Peter Millington from the University of Nottingham explains the theory from Stephen Hawking's final book.
Professor Mark Handley from University College London has devised a detailed clip of how the SpaceX project will probably operate in the solar system.
NASA astronaut Anne McClain said that spaceflight is never 100 percent safe and it's coincidental the last two Soyuz missions to the International Space Station encountered trouble.
Researchers say a region known as the Galactic bulge may be home to a Neptune-sized planet, while the galaxy’s disk may host a planet with a similar mass to Earth’s.