Pedigree Arabian show horses, pictured, are bred to have a concave face, arching neck and high tail but veterinarians are worried at the increase in experimental breeding and their unnatural looks.
A University of Utah psychologist explains that middle may be the opportune time for women to explore sexual fluidity that’s been there all along.
A woman’s brain gets more active, not less, as she approaches orgasm, a new study finds. Researchers in New Jersey overturned previous research on how orgasm affects the brain.
The new analysis of Cassini’s data reveals how the craft behaved as it plunged into the ringed planet it had studied for the past 13 years – and, the team now says it ‘did everything we asked of it.’
A Dutch startup is training rows to drop cigarette butts in a ‘Crowbar,’ which scans the item to confirm it’s a cigarette butt, and then gives the crow a food reward to reinforce the behavior.
Ant queens may bury other queens – a task normally performed by workers – to avoid infection when co-founding a new colony, according to a study published in the open access journal BMC Evolutionary Biology.
NASA researchers found that the 2015-2016 El Niño made it more difficult for plants to suck up man-made carbon emissions and sparked fires that released more carbon into the atmosphere.
Elon Musk’s Tesla is recalling 11,000 Model X SUVs worldwide because their rear seats might not lock into place and could move forward in a crash.
Ukrainian military officials have unveiled an adaptable war robot that can switch up its mode of travel, and even the type of weapons it carries. The Phantom could hit the battlefield next year.
Multiple reports have claimed it has taken more time to assemble the TrueDepth 3D camera’s system’s so-called ‘Romeo’ module than the ‘Juliet’ module.
Microsoft and then Google used to be the exemplars of companies whose ambition seemed to know no bounds. Increasingly, though, that title seems to belong to Amazon. With its latest purchase of Whole Foods, it’s started to seem like the e-commerce giant has its hands in nearly every industry out there.
Other companies — and their investors — have certainly noticed. Amazon has become a popular point of discussion when executives at rival firms are talking with analysts and shareholders. As we can see in this chart from Statista — based on data from FactSet and Recode — Amazon has overtaken Google as the most mentioned company in public corporate conference calls.
It’s unclear from the data whether these discussions are largely focused on executives praising and wanting to emulate Amazon or investors worried the Seattle tech behemoth will hurt their companies’ businesses. But there’s some reason to think its the latter. Foot Locker executives, for example, were recently put on the defensive about the e-commerce giant’s impact on the footwear retailer’s business when the company’s quarterly results, which came soon after Amazon announced a partnership with Nike, fell short of Wall Street’s expectations.
From cool, dark booths at Creech Air Force Base in Indian Springs, Nevada, pilots work closely with teams of intelligence analysts who sift streams of real-time data transmitted by the drones.
The EU-backed project at one of the world’s largest geothermal power plants in Hellisheidi, Iceland, will capture CO2 from ambient air for permanent storage underground.