The U.S. space agency recently launched its Exoplanet Travel Bureau.
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The College of Environmental Science and Forestry’s International Institute for Species Exploration recently released its annual Top Ten New Species list for 2018.
A study published May 25 in Physical Review Letters describes a proposed real-life flux capacitor that could be useful in advancing quantum computing.
A study published May 29 in the journal Annals of Oncology reveals a deep-learning artificial intelligence algorithm was able to correctly diagnose malignant melanomas more often than dermatologists.
A study published May 23 in the journal Icarus suggests Pluto formed from millions of comets from the Kuiper Belt.
Facebook announced on May 22 it is testing a tool meant to stop users from uploading intimate photos of other people in a handful of countries, including the U.K. and U.S.
A new study published in the journal Computers in Human Behavior suggests “cyberloafing” (the act of surfing the internet at work) is a coping mechanism for boredom and doesn’t necessarily impact productivity negatively.
Thousands of human bones found in Denmark reveal previously-unknown post-battle rituals among Germanic tribes in the early first century AD, according to a study published May 21 in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
A study published May 21 in the Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society: Letters describes the first-known asteroid that permanently resides in our solar system but that formed outside of our solar system.
A river that stretches across parts of Kenya and Tanzania is being polluted and robbed of oxygen by huge amounts of hippo feces, according to a study published May 16 in Nature Communications.