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The invisible language of chameleons revealed: Study discovers stunning patterns on their heads and bodies...

Scientists have discovered a remarkable new form of communication used by chameleons – and, it’s been hidden in plain sight all along. When exposed to ultraviolet light, a new study has found that the bony projections found along the heads of many...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

New artificial intelligence can tell you the age of your CELLS - paving the way to personalized medical...

Artificial intelligence could help people live longer by detecting your internal age and designed a tailor-made medical regime, according to new research. Scientists developed a 'simple and cheap' computer algorithm that can calculate people's...

Daily Mail, today, 00:30
 

NASA releases stunning image of the 'twilight haze' over Saturn's largest moon

Saturn’s largest moon Titan is a world enshrouded in hazy mystery. It’s said to be Earth’s ‘toxic twin,’ with systems of liquid methane that give way to rivers and seas – and, data from the Cassini mission suggests its atmosphere could even be home to...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 22:58
 

World's largest sea turtle could come off 'endangered' list as fishing group requests new review

Federal ocean managers say it might be time to move the East Coast population of the world's largest turtle from the United States' list of endangered animals. An arm of the NOAA has received a petition from a fishing group asking that the Northwest...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 22:58
 

Learning a second language boosts the cognitive flexibility of autistic children and makes it easier for...

Autistic children who learn to speak another language may find it easier to switch tasks, a study has found. Youngsters on the spectrum often have a hard time 'switching gears' and chopping their attention between tasks. But new Canadian research,...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 22:58
 

Warnings over WhatsApp as security experts discover 'one of the most powerful spyware tools' ever made for...

Security researchers have discovered a new type of Android spyware that uses techniques ‘previously unseen in the wild’ to record the activity of WhatsApp users. The new malware, called Skygofree, was first spotted by antivirus firm Kapersky Lab this...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 20:32
 

Nasa gets its first ever close look at a distant galaxy from the dawn of the universe 13 billion years ago

The Hubble telescope has captured an incredible image of a 13-billion year old galaxy that is one of the oldest known in the universe. The embryonic galaxy, which was in existence just 500 million years after the Big Bang, is at the very limit of what...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 20:32
 

How chimpanzees turned researchers into 'jungle detectives': Experts reveal the amazing DNA techniques used...

Finding wild chimpanzees is not easy.  In the first ten years we spent scouring the remote woodlands of western Tanzania in search of them, we caught only fleeting glimpses and brief views of their shadows avoiding our very presence.  Chimpanzees are...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 18:03
 

How women use their minds for sex: Scientists find females display MORE brain activity than men when...

Women have far more going on in their brains when they get turned on than men, new research suggests. Experts used advanced imaging techniques to scan brain activity in volunteers while they watched porn. They were able to detect higher levels of...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 18:03
 

Untouched 'frozen tomb' that may contain the preserved 2,800-year-old remains of a Scythian royal and their...

An untouched 'frozen tomb' that may contain the 2,800-year-old remains of Scythian royal has been discovered in Siberia. The huge grave, which is perfectly preserved in permafrost, is wider than the length of a football field, and likely houses the...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 17:57
 

Google reveals plan to build THREE new undersea internet cables and add five regions to its expanding cloud...

Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Tuesday it would add five regions and build three new submarine cables as it expands its infrastructure for cloud customers.   The company, which has invested $30 billion in infrastructure over the past three years, said...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 17:57
 

Large earthquakes are NOT triggered by a full moon: Scientists dismiss claim that the gravitational pull...

Scientists have dismissed claims that some of the world's largest earthquakes are triggered by a full moon. This is when the gravitational pull from the moon and the sun on the Earth are at their greatest, and the theory goes that this could be...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 17:57
 

Science behind the perfect roast potato: Slice the spud at 30-degree angles to increase its surface area...

No Sunday roast is complete without a generous helping of roast potatoes -  and many people have opinions on how to get the perfect spud. Now, researchers say slicing the potato at a 30-degree angle is the secret to success. The 'edge cut' is tastier,...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 17:09
 

It's not unusual: Older singers like Tom Jones struggle to hit high notes because their vocal cords get...

Older singers like Tom Jones can still pull in a crowd,  but they are more likely to struggle with the high notes than their younger rivals, new research has revealed. Experts in Switzerland used advanced imaging techniques to peer inside the throats...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 16:37
 

Major security flaw in virtual reality porn app SinVR exposes the perverted secrets of 20,000 users

SinVR, a virtual reality porn app with 20,000 members, had a huge security flaw that exposed the personal details of its members to potential hackers. SinVR is a app that allows people to explore different sexual scenarios and interact with various...

Daily Mail, yesterday, 16:09
 


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