Cuttlefish that were better at self-control also performed better on learning tests.
For the first time, scientists have spotted what they're calling a "space hurricane" spinning above the North Pole, according to a new study.
Practice of intricately folding letters to secure them is known as "letterlocking."
NASA’s Perseverance rover is a state-of-the-art piece of technology. The $2.7 billion machine actually shares a virtually identical processor as the 1998 iMac.
X-ray scans and digital reconstructions unlocked long-sealed documents.
The core idea is deceptively simple: every observable phenomenon in the entire universe can be modeled by a neural network. And that means, by extension, the universe...
When NASA's Perseverance guided itself to the surface of Mars on February 18th, it did so with the help of the same processor that powered the 1998 iMac G3.
People once folded their correspondence in intricate ways, known as “letterlocking,” to keep out snoops. A fancy new imaging technique sees right through it.
It hadn't been seen since 1923 and was thought to be extinct.
Scientists have confirmed the existence of space hurricane swirling high above the North Pole. The space hurricanes rained electrons instead of raining water.