"Any threat to the health and well-being of children... has a significant psychological impact on adults and can trigger fear, anxiety, helplessness, and anger," one expert told Newsweek.
Since he was tagged last October, Ironbound has traveled over 2,700 miles.
Robots have always been used to take on dull, dirty, and dangerous jobs, and this pandemic requires these kinds of jobs are done all over the world," researcher Bradley Nelson said.
A fully-working prototype was tested in the Chiari Hospital and proven to be effective, although the Italian start-up has stressed online that the design remains an "uncertified biomedical device."
Following the quake, tsunami warnings were issued but these were subsequently retracted.
Ironbound was first tagged last fall in the waters off West Ironbound Island, Nova Scotia.
With self-isolation, lockdowns and quarantines now in place in many countries across the world, video-calling has become the main way for people to communicate and socialize. Which app should you use?
Yongey Mingyur Rinpoche has been practicing meditation for decades. A recently published study suggests his brain age is 33—eight years younger than his actual age.
ATLAS is becoming brighter as it approaches the sun because it is being blasted with increasing amounts of radiation from the sun.
A French photographer won the first Nature TTL Photographer of the Year 2020 with a photograph of seals taken by drone.
"Air pollution levels as observed by satellite are showing drastic improvements in many areas that have been undergoing restrictive quarantines," researcher Peter DeCarlo told Newsweek.
Large herbivores dominated the Earth's land ecosystems for several million years before suffering significant extinctions and declines over the past 100,000 years or so.
Celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing with a road trip to some of the places that made it possible.
AI devices, heads-up displays, smart license plates and more are make drivers safer.
Less than half of crowdfunded projects meet their goals, but these speakers, sleep trackers, puzzles and more killed it on Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
Scientists have used 3D scanning to identify the earliest animal with a front, a back, two symmetrical sides and openings at both ends connected to one another by a gut.
Scientists have mapped a large body of freshwater that could offer New Zealand a new supply of water.
"Finding these 'lost' pieces is like finding a missing piece of a puzzle. The scientific puzzle of the ancient Earth can't be complete without all of the pieces," said researcher Maya Kopylova.
Former antiquities minister Zahi Hawas says the alignment shows there is an astronomical and religious element to the carving.
Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is suspending tourism to protect the site's endangered gorilla population amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Computer models have been used to predict the global impacts of a national food crisis similar to the 1930s Dust Bowl.
"We realize there will be impacts to NASA missions, but we understand that our top priority is the health and safety of the NASA workforce," said the space agency's administrator, Jim Bridenstine.
Supermarkets are running out of toilet paper as people continue to stockpile. An online calculator helps you work out how much you need to limit hoarding.
As the world's fifth largest economy is placed under lockdown, Los Angeles' residents will still be able to buy cannabis from licensed dispensaries.
"While we have seen only a few usage peaks, we have measures in place to automatically adjust our system to use less network capacity," a YouTube spokesperson told Newsweek.