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‘Smart Farm’ Technology Tracks Behavior of Cows
By Bryan Lynn18 April, 2018Artificial intelligence (AI) has arrived on the farm.A Dutch company has developed technology to follow the movem...
Organization Urges Young African Scientists to Become ‘the Next Einstein’
By Pete Musto15 April, 2018Researchers from all over Africa presented their work at the recent Next Einstein Forum conference in Rwanda.Conf...
Robots Bring Change to Construction Industry
By Pete Musto12 April, 2018When Noah Ready-Campbell was a young adult, he worked for his father's construction company.Back then, he dreame...
Lawmakers Raise Possibility of Regulating Facebook
By Bryan Lynn11 April, 2018U.S. lawmakers have demanded that Facebook take more steps to protect the privacy of its users. Some even raised ...
Daylight Turns Thin Plastic Barrier into Germ-Killing Material
By George Grow11 April, 2018Daylight-powered germ-killing equipment may someday help protect health workers from deadly microorganisms like ...
Researchers: Many Black Holes in Center of Milky Way Galaxy
By Pete Musto10 April, 2018Astronomers say the center of our galaxy has plenty of strange, super gravity objects.For years, scientists belie...
Facebook Tells Users Whether Private Data Shared
By Bryan Lynn09 April, 2018Facebook says it will begin informing users as to whether their personal data may have been wrongly shared with a...
US Space Agency Expands Search for Distant Planets Able to Support Life
By Pete Musto08 April, 2018The search for worlds orbiting distant stars will intensify in the coming weeks when the American space agency NA...
Robots Not Ready to Take Over
By Susan Shand07 April, 2018Robby Pepper can answer questions in Italian, English and German. He is Italy's first robot concierge. He is de...
Scientists: Bowhead Whales Are 'Jazz Singers of the Arctic'
By Phil Dierking05 April, 2018Bowhead whales have many unusual qualities. They can live for 200 years. They have the largest mouths of any l...
Scientists: Early Humans Were Not as Simple as One Would Think
By Jonathan Evans01 April, 2018Scientists have discovered evidence that some of the earliest members of the human race, Homo sapiens, were s...
3D Printer Can Create Complete Home in One Day
By Bryan Lynn28 March, 2018An American company says it has completed the first permitted 3D printed home in the United States.The home was s...
Researchers: Glowing Cancer Cells Easier to Find, Remove
By Mario Ritter25 March, 2018The surgery looked like any other operation to remove a tumor. When doctors turned off the lights, however, par...
Can Self-Driving Cars Be Engineered to Be Ethical?
By Bryan Lynn21 March, 2018This week, a self-driving vehicle struck and killed a woman in the American state of Arizona. The death is believ...
Facebook Likes Can Tell a Lot About You
By Hai Do20 March, 2018Facebook "likes" can tell a lot about a person.In a 2013 study, researchers showed they could use Facebook "likes...
Critics Want Facebook Regulation after Data Misuse
United States lawmakers are calling for more regulation of Facebook. The move comes after reports that the social media company may have let...
Ancient People in South Africa Unharmed by Volcanic Eruption
By Jonathan Evans18 March, 2018About 74,000 years ago, the Mount Toba volcano erupted on what is now the Indonesian island of Sumatra.The er...
Smart Mirrors Show What You Would Look Like Wearing…
By Mario Ritter17 March, 2018Software applications let smart phone users do a lot with their photographs.Apps such as Snapchat already give ...
Study: False News Spreads Faster and Farther than Truth
By Bryan Lynn14 March, 2018A study has found that false news stories posted on Twitter travel much faster and reach far more people than tru...
Astronomers: Evidence Found of First Stars
By Susan Shand11 March, 2018Astronomers have observed what they believe is the formation of the universe 13.6 billion years ago, when the ea...
President Donald J. Trump’s Weekly Address
Education Report - How Well is English Spoken Worldwide?
Black Men Arrested in Starbucks Call for Action, Not Anger
US Orders Engine Inspection after Deadly Airplane Accident
Babies Now Permitted on US Senate Floor
Russia Urges Study-Abroad Students to Come Back Home
Party Official Faces Test as Cuba’s Next President
Former US First Lady Barbara Bush Dies at 92
Trump Confirms CIA Chief’s Meeting with Kim
‘Smart Farm’ Technology Tracks Behavior of Cows
One Dead After Airplane Loses Engine in Flight
Rapper Kendrick Lamar Makes History by Winning Pulitzer Prize
President Obama Pushes On For Innovation
American Stories - Short Story: ‘The Lady, or the Tiger?’
Science in the News - Ancient Footprints Let Experts Step Back in Time
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