Swedish car manufacturer Volvo — in collaboration with Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University (NTU) — recently unveiled an autonomous electric bus.
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Archeologists dated a tattooing kit on the Tongatapu island of Tonga to be almost 3,000-years-old. The kit was also made out of something you likely won’t find at your local tattoo parlor — human bones.
Quadriga — a Canadian cryptocurrency exchange — is reportedly unable to gain access to its estimated $145 million worth of bitcoin after its CEO died suddenly.
Researchers at MIT have developed a robot with a specially-made gripper, a camera and an agile “wrist” — all of which allow it to excel at the game Jenga.
Chinese scientists have cloned monkeys from a genetically altered macaque in an experiment they claimed could help future research on human psychological problems.
NASA’s Cassini Spacecraft caught an image in 2016 of what its team members are describing as a big puddle of methane rain.
Two new firsts for China’s Chang’e-4 probe as the probe grew the first ever plants on the moon — which then became the first plants to die on the moon.
When NASA asked for volunteers, tens of thousands of citizen scientists answered the call — and discovered a planet that’s potentially habitable.
An executive from Qualcomm was speaking at the CES expo when an Amazon’s Alexa interrupted him to correct his mistake.
Scientists at a Candian observatory have picked up strange radio signals coming from a galaxy 1.5 billion lightyears away.