The smallest coyote territory ever observed has been located around five miles from Chicago O'Hare International Airport. A coyote community has been supporting itself inside just a third of a square mile for at the very least, the past 6 years.
A new star that is orbiting extremely close to the massive black hole at the center of the Milky Way has been discovered. Completing one orbit in only 11-and-a-half years, that's the shortest orbit of any known star around this black hole.
The stress tests carried out by the EU provide more than enough reasons to shut down the old reactors. The European Commission, though, lacks the courage to follow the German example and prefers instead to rely on costly upgrades, laments an environmentalist writer.
In a recent article published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, psychologists Sam McFarland, Matthew Webb, and Derek Brown developed a new scale for measuring individual differences in this feeling of human kinship, the Identification With All Humanity scale (IWAH).
WASHINGTON: The U.S. military's current fleet of drones will soon be overtaken by a new wave of robots that will be faster, stealthier and smarter – operating virtually without human intervention, experts say.
Two black holes discovered lurking inside a 12-billion-year-old cluster of tightly packed stars in our Milky Way galaxy have astonished astronomers who never expected the finding.
The international team was taken by surprise when noting what appeared to be two black holes, each about 10 to 20 times more massive than our Sun, near the core of a star cluster named Messier 22 (M22), they wrote in the journal Nature.
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New research is confirming the previously put forward theory that groups of 'modern humans' interbred with Neandertals as they journeyed out of Africa, leaving behind some Neanderthal DNA in modern non-Africans.
Late on September 21st, a bright fireball broke apart as it skimmed the atmosphere over northwestern Europe — then it became a temporary satellite, looping completely around the planet before its searing finale over eastern North America.
The EU’s leaders are currently hammering out a new project for the Union, but if they want to avoid a repeat of the rejected constitution of 2005, they might do well to consult the post-apartheid South African model, write two academics, one...
It's paradoxical that there are some species out there that we just can't exterminate, and not for want of trying. These creatures breed out of control and march steadily forth, taking human territory miles at a time.
Every once in a while, there's news which reminds us that we're living in the age of accelerating change and an upcoming singularity. This is one of those times: A new project has been announced in which scientists at the Universities of Sheffield and Sussex are hoping to create the first accurate computer simulation of a honey bee brain — and then upload it into an autonomous flying robot. Now, while this might sound like some kind of outlandish futurist joke, there are some serious players — and money — involved. Called the "Green Brain Project," it was recently given £1 million (USD $1,614,700) by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC), as well as hardware donations from the NVIDIA corporation. And indeed, the researchers are going to need all the computational power they can get; it may appear that insects have simple minds — but their brains can be extremely complex.
Should this project be successful, it would mark an important moment in technological history: The first robot brain ever that can perform complex tasks as proficiently as the animal its trying to emulate.