It's possible that all life on Earth may have begun after tiny alien life forms traveled to the barren planet on a stream of space dust, a new study by astronomers from the University of Edinburgh has concluded.
Konstantin Osintsev, Associate Professor at the Department of Industrial Thermal Power Engineering of South Ural State University, has developed an energy technology system based on solar collectors which would enhance electric power generation at thermal power plants.
In a nod to political correctness, the Great Norwegian Encyclopedia has removed the word 'Indians' from its vocabulary, supplanting it with a more neutral synonym, translated as "indigenous people." This step is seen as a consequence of a scandal a Norwegian minister caused earlier this year by wearing an Indian outfit to a costume ball.
A trick, which involves the same amount of soda filling up three cups of different sizes to the brim, has left internet users scratching their heads.
The Department of Micro- and Nano-Electronics at the National Research Nuclear University MEPhI has presented a new method of predicting integrated microcircuit failures in outer space. An article on the research has been published by IEEE Transactions on Nuclear Science.
Swedish car giant Volvo will deliver tens of thousands of self-driving cars to the international Uber taxi service under a framework agreement. With this transaction, the controversial, loss-ridden and lawsuit-plagued US firm is hoping to make the transition from being a taxi app to a major operator of a fleet of self-driving cars.
Tributes have been paid to former international teen pop idol David Cassidy who has died in hospital at the age of 67.
The US Justice Department has charged an Iranian national with leaking unaired Game of Thrones episodes as part of the Trump Administration's effort to press forward with its anti-Iran agenda.
One of Iceland's largest volcanoes is approaching a major outbreak, which might be its first in several centuries. Its aftermath might well compare with that of the notorious Eyjafjallajökull eruption in 2010, which left air traffic grounded throughout much of Europe.
The ride-hailing giant admitted that it tried to sweep a significant security breach under the rug which affected millions of customers and drivers.
It appears that Google is capable of obtaining location data from any Android device, even when they’re switched off, and has been doing it all this year.
Hvorostovsky died at the age of 55 following a lengthy illness. In late June 2015, the singer, who has lived in London for many years, announced that he was suffering from a brain tumor.
Video surveillance captured on Sunday shows three masked people robbing an Atlanta restaurant and then shooting the restaurant’s 29-year-old manager.
With the kids jingle belling and everyone telling you be of good cheer, it's the most wonderful time of the year - now that the Trump camp has launched its Christmas-themed Make America Great Again hats.
The Northwest Pacific region of the US is susceptible to devastating earthquakes and tsunamis because of its location along the Cascadia Subduction Zone (CSZ), a convergent plate boundary that extends from northern Vancouver Island to northern California, a new study reported.
A year after Facebook claimed real estate companies wouldn’t be able to target users based on race, the social media giant is still allowing housing ads to reach exclusively white audiences in possible violation of federal statutes.
Attention art experts! You may soon be out of a job thanks to a certain group of researchers.
European Southern Observation (ESO) astronomer spoke to Sputnik about an unusual asteroid "coming from another planetary system."
In the wake of the recent sex scandal in the US, four more women have come forward with accusations against Bill Clinton, adding fuel to the burning debate.
Internet users went into raptures as they discovered an amusing TV program, which is now making the viral rounds on European and American social media.
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