The famous feline-based thought experiment that describes the mysterious behaviour of subatomic particles might finally have a solution which doesn’t involve permanently killing the (hypothetical) animal.
American airplane manufacturer Boeing announced Monday that its 737 Max 8 jet, which has been grounded for nine months following two deadly crashes, is expected to return to commercial service in January.
The Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) is set to open later in 2020, housing more than 100,000 of Egypt’s treasures, including the Tutankhamun mask and the rest of the Tutankhamun collection, amid other fascinating finds as yet to be revealed.
The “Russian Digital Week” exhibition, designed to demonstrate the achievements of the Russian digital community, began in Rome on 11 November and will last until 15 November.
On Monday, 11 November it will be possible to witness a rare astronomical phenomenon - on this day, Mercury is set to make a transit across the sun.
Complaints about the messaging app affecting smartphones’ power consumption have apparently sprung up all over the Internet, including OnePlus Forum, Reddit and Twitter.
On 13-14 November, New Delhi will host the international inter-university conference on IT technologies, “Ecosystem of the Digital Economy.” Students, teachers and IT experts are invited to the conference, the press centre of the Russian Digital Cooperation project said.
Nibiru, or Planet X, has long been speculated on by doomsayers who believe it is a deadly planet that prophesies say will bring about the end of humanity.
The object, which was discovered in 2006, intersects Earth’s orbit twice a year and is described as “potentially hazardous” due to its proximity to our planet during fly-bys.
MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The Institute of Biomedical Problems of the Russian Academy of Science (IBMP RAS) considers it necessary to create a special module for sports and medical experiments at the International Space Station (ISS), IBMP deputy chief designer Yevgenia Yarmanova said.
Astronomers have gotten a peek into the early stages of the formation of a supermassive galaxy caused by a collision between two smaller galaxies and have begun to detail the accompanying spectacular celestial phenomena.
Putin also noted that the prospects offered by AI research pose an “attractive challenge” for young people who are “not afraid to dream and to work hard.”
A simplified model of Earth's interior shows a thin layer of crust seemingly surfing the hot, deformable layer of the mantle, while scientists have long known that the crust and mantle are inescapably linked, raising the question of which forces primarily drive the tectonic plates.
Earth supports complex life partially thanks to the path of our sun's galactic orbit, as it steers clear of the inhospitable centre of the galaxy, where life probably couldn't survive.
The US Department of Defense has fessed up to frequency interference after dozens of Virginia homeowners complained about not being able to operate their garage doors, but the Pentagon’s proposed solution may not be enough to appease the public.
Health officials believe the dead and injured patients used psychoactive THC-containing liquids bought off the black market that were diluted with a common chemical additive that, under vaping conditions, becomes dangerous.
One of the key goals of Elon Musk's SpaceX is to make heavy rockets fully reusable in order to drastically reduce the cost of launches, thereby making commercial ones more economically viable.
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO, Elon Musk, has been a long-time proponent of colonising Mars in order to save humanity from extinction, claiming that the Earth only has 700 million years left before the Sun destroys it.
China has been claiming sovereignty over large swathes of the South China Sea within the so-called Nine-Dash Line, with five other countries contesting Beijing's claims.
Bitcoin is the world’s most famous cryptocurrency but it has many imitators, one of which is OneCoin, which has been exposed as a scam in a popular podcast. Why is OneCoin still trading and why has the European Union and the Bulgarian government taken no action against it?