ROXXANE is a new technology funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 project to track hate speech, propoganda, political extremism and organised crime.
The sound of bacterium tails, or flagella, engaging with the graphene drum and causing back-and-forth movements known as oscillations was actually heard by the researchers. This could be the gateway to understanding how listening to bacteria's movement could help treat antibiotic resistance.
French scientists have determined more that 5,000 tons of extraterrestrial dust particles reach earth every year. It comes from asteroids or comets. These extraterrestrial particles have been collected from a Franco-Italian Antarctic station.
A new US Infrastructure law has made the installation of backdoor vehicle kill switch mandatory by the year 2026. For automobiles constructed after 2026, the decision about whether or not a vehicle can be operated will be made by an algorithm on which the car's proprietor or driver has no understanding or influence.
It becomes increasingly harder to recall things that have not frightened or shocked us as time passes, whereas frightening occurrences stick in our minds much more easily. As we begin to question why do we remember bad things better, a new study might have the answer.
Six weeks ago, a 9-year-old macaque, Pager was hooked up to a Neuralink system - Elon Musk’s mind-machine interface company. He was trained to play video games in exchange of banana smoothie. Now the monkey is seen playing games like Ping-pong using only his brain.
The LHC will function at a greater energy and, thanks to considerable enhancements in the injector system, will send considerably more data to the improved LHC experiments. The scientists are going to use the said features to begin hunt for a fifth force of nature as Large Hadron Collider fires up for the first time in three years.
Researchers from the Universities of Toronto and Montreal in Canada have engineered a major piece of the human heart, and it beats normally.
A start-up in California, Bionaut Labs has found a way to treat disorders by sending tiny robots deep into your brain using magnets.
New studies by the OCAPI research program have shown that human urine is a more effective and sustainable alternative to chemical fertilizers for plants and is a long-term resilient model for agriculture.