Liftoff is set for 7:40 p.m, and weather permitting, the launch should be visible along much of the East Coast, including Washington, New York and Boston.
Analyzing more than 2,300 people, researchers at Indiana University found that employees in high-stress positions who have little decision-making freedom at work were more likely to die young.
The chips are expected to be far more powerful and energy efficient that current designs, and Samsung is the first company in the industry to mass produce them.
The skeleton was excavated in 2013 in Montana, by the Naturalis Biodiversity Centre. From there, Trix was hauled onto a Boeing 747 before arriving in the Dutch city of Leiden.
Researchers from Uppsala University and the ESRF in France examined a 424 million-year-old jaw bone of fossil fish Andreolepis (pictured), found on the island of Gotland in Sweden.
Solar storms threaten Earth every 100 years and experts warn we are overdue. Now, geologists released a map showing what areas of the US are at high risk and Minnesota is a major target.
According to experts, there’s seven very specific traits that every leader needs and until you’ve adopted them, you’ll never reach the top.
The researchers from the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique and the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle in Paris, looked at high-resolution CT scans to study the teeth.
Scientists at the University of California Davis used new sequencing technology to produce a high-quality draft genome sequence of cabernet sauvignon – the world’s most popular red wine.
The two tombs were discovered among the ancient ruins of Holmul, around 300 miles north of Guatemala City. The burial sites are thought to date back to around 650-700AD,
Local politician Alexander Shadrin claimed he saw a herd of cows rampaging away from a Yeti with bright eyes from a wooded area outside Kulyaba in Siberia while he rode a motorbike.
Bloomberg reports that hundreds of jobs have been cut from the Cupertino-based brand’s auto team, and the firm plans to concentrate on software rather than building a car.
Scientists at University College London found professional sportsmen and women were several seconds faster performing challenging tasks when under pressure than those not involved in top sport.