Archaeologists have discovered a new tomb in Thebes, Egypt, belonging to a man described as a ‘true renowned scribe’, which was intricately decorated with carvings of baboons (pictured).
Researchers at Griffith University in Queensland, Australia have found that a ‘weed-like’ algae is killing corals in the Great Barrier Reef because of increased carbon dioxide levels in the atmosphere.
Researchers at the University of Akron have retrieved the voices from the antiquated wire spool, revealing songs that the Nazis’ prisoners were forced to sing – and their songs of rebellion.
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The new ‘groundskimmer’ is a huge craft capable of carrying 500 tonnes of cargo in a single trip. To do this, is uses an effect known as ground effect to trap a cushion of air underneath its giant wing.
A study of school pupils by scientists at the University of Michigan has found that our social interactions appear to play a key role in helping to shape our personalities as children.
The makers of Vespa scooter has built a new two-wheeled vehicle that is not made to carry humans. Called Gita, the cargo robot can haul 40lbs of goods while following behind a human user.
Researchers at Keio University analyzed the motion in an enigmatic gas cloud, revealing signs of a hidden black hole in our galaxy. And, they say the method could be used to find others.
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Leaked footage from the company’s first presentation of Handle reveals a robot that looks like the child of the Atlas bot and a Segway, with self-balancing capabilities to prevent falls.
San Francisco R&D firm develops low-cost, precision air-delivery system using paper gliders
A beautifully designed robot bat will be capable of robust acrobatics that quadrotors can’t match
New heat sensors are as sensitive as those of rattlesnakes