Many are urging politicians and employers in the U.S. to offer paid sick pay for the benefit of individual workers and the general public.
"We have new species turning up that are already contaminated and so we have missed the window to understand these species in a natural environment," said marine ecologists Alan Jamieson.
Red romaine grown on board the International Space Station found to be just as good as plants cultivated on Earth.
The new vehicle will have a range of around 3,450 miles.
Researchers discovered that this vulnerability could allow hackers to compromise platform encryption keys and steal sensitive information.
Users of the car service app Uber are reporting outages around the world, including not being able to login to the app.
The rover will search for signs of past microbial life on Mars, while also investigating the planet's climate and geology.
Scientists say d-star hexaquarks may have formed dark matter after the Big Bang.
Congregating under the hashtag #RIPTwitter, users criticized the feature as being too similar to a feature seen on rival social networks, and renewed calls for an edit button.
Researchers say this could help with the problem of plastic pollution, but not all are convinced.
The work was famously described by Albert Einstein as "perhaps the greatest intellectual stride that it has ever been granted to any man to make."
The Washington State Department of Health has confirmed 39 positive COVID-19 infections and 10 deaths, with more than 200 people under supervision. Tech companies are now feeling the impact.
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.
Some researchers consider Homo erectus to be the immediate ancestor of our own species, Homo sapiens.
The Yellow River—the second longest in the country—is sometimes referred to as "China's sorrow" due to its tendency over the centuries to produce devastating floods.
Archaeologists believe the painted leopard would have acted as a talisman to imbue its owner with the strength to pass into the afterlife.
Footage was shot by a tourism guide near La Fortuna, Costa Rica.
The hole is the entrance to an underground cavern.
Terms critical of China's government, information tied to the spread of the disease and references to the handling of the situation have been included in a keyword blacklist.
The ancient marble tablet warned grave robbers to say away from tombs.
"We are beginning to transition and go through the extinction," study author David Gruber said. "Who comes out the other side is up for grabs."