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South Korea has the fastest overall internet access.
Scientists are now analyzing data from further observations to work out what caused the unusual pulses.
The video shows Pluto’s 2-mile high mountains and icy surface, as revealed in NASA’s 2015 mission.
If cancer really is a disease in which our cells act like their single-celled ancestors of eons ago, then the current approach to treatment needs a radical overhaul.
Remains of a baby and an adult dating back 800 years were found in burial cocoons at the archaeological site.
The next version of the glove aims to allow users to feel the sensations they're experiencing in virtual reality.
Watching the footage captured earlier this month is like taking part in a 30-second meditation.
Working more than 55 hours a week is linked to a 40 percent increase in atrial fibrillation.
A manned-mission to the Red Planet could cost anything between $6 billion and $1 trillion.
The mountain lion was likely looking for a place to hide, or was spooked by its reflection.
Its creators hope the instrument could improve life for people living with disabilities.
“No one from NASA ever came to me and said you can't do that. If anything they wanted to help me do it."
New research shows ravens are actually better at bartering than several apes, including chimps.
Lions have adopted other lions, but no big cat has been seen nursing cubs of another species before this.
"Finding a star can at times be harder than finding a planet.”
The crab and its anemone "shell" have a symbiotic relationship.
Numerai has established the highest paid data science competition in the world.
Among the stressors survivors were exposed to: starvation, overcrowding, infectious diseases, strenuous physical activity and physical and emotional abuse.
This is the most in-depth visualization of the Earth's outer core to date.
Research aims to convert sensory information, such as images and sounds, into digital code that can be processed by computers.
Four Chinese students entered Lunar Palace-1 on Sunday. They will remain there for the next 200 days.
Public health officials argue that onscreen smoking motivates teens to use tobacco.
The secret to a good night's sleep doesn't lie in a pill.
Tomato plants have one unique way of reducing caterpillar numbers.
“The Great Red Spot is basically the largest storm in the entire solar system," says Scott Bolton, Juno's principal investigator.
The Swedish agronomist helped avert famine by showing that potatoes could be used to make alcohol and flour.
Researchers sought to discover whether the link between close relationships and health are static across life.
The former Georgia health director has her work cut out for her.
The galaxy in question appears as it was 11 billion years ago, just 2.7 billion years after the Big Bang.
Praying mantises have been observed eating birds on all continents but Antarctica.