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Chinese authorities in Xinjiang are collecting DNA samples along with other biometric data from all residents in the region between the ages of 12 and 65, according to Human Rights Watch.
Duke University basketball player Zion Williamson had a footwear malfunction during a game against rival North Carolina.The footwear in question were Nike PG 2.5s from OKC Thunder player Paul George's signature collection.
New research from ESA and NASA show the real size of Earth's geocorona.
French design company Studio NAB has come up with the idea of creating a large vertical farm called the Superfarm to promote sustainable living.
Venezuela's economic struggles worsen as the U.S. lays even more sanctions on the country.
A team of astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space telescope have shed light on the mysterious moon around Neptune.According to a press release from the SETI Institute, a tiny moon discovered orbiting Neptune in 2013 has now been named Hippocamp.
NASA and the European Space Agency are joining forces to research an asteroid system.The ESA's Hera spacecraft will be the first to explore an asteroid system named 65803 Didymos. According to the space agency, Didymos measures 780 meters across.
Millions of Chinese citizens have now been banned from traveling by air or train as the government continues to expand its social credit system, the South China Morning Post reports.
Senegal is building a two billion dollar futuristic city just 40 kilometers away from its capital.Senegal's President, Macky Sall is planning on building a city in the Diamniadio township called Diamniadio Lake City.
Last week, a probe touched melted nuclear debris in the damaged second reactor at the Fukushima nuclear plant for the first time in almost eight years since the disaster, according to Tokyo Electric Power Company.
Research published in the Journal of Physiology details a newly found form of neural communication in which neurons that are not connected can send signals to each other.
A research team has mapped the great white shark's genome and found the keys to many of its special adaptations. The great white shark's genome contains large amounts of information. They have 41 pairs of chromosomes while humans only have 23.
A large asteroid traveling through space at tens of thousands of miles per hour is going to pass by our planet on Tuesday.NASA's asteroid trackers have been monitoring asteroid 2013 MD8 since its discovery in 2013.
China has ambitious plans to build the first ever solar power station in space.China's Science and Technology Daily reports the country is planning to build a solar power station that would orbit the earth at a distance of 36,000 kilometers.
Boeing has been awarded a US$43 million contract by the U.S. Navy to build unmanned robot submarines, according to the US Department of Defense.The company will build four Orca Extra Large Unmanned Undersea Vehicles. According to U.S.
New research has found that the two volcanoes may actually be connected via the same plumbing system.
Turkey's state-run news agency Anadolu quoted a recent police report that states that Khashoggi's remains may have been burned in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
A man opened fire on his coworkers after losing his job at an Illinois manufacturing plant, using a gun he was carrying illegally.The Chicago Tribune reports that while at a termination meeting at the Henry Pratt Co.
The U.S. and China have not yet an accord in crucial trade talks, reports The South China Morning Post. Beijing and Washington continue to disagree on matters such as equal market access and protection of intellectual property during trade talks.
JP Morgan is creating its own cryptocurrency, and is becoming the first major U.S. bank to do so.
San Francisco-based startup, Elroy Air, is developing an autonomous drone that could be used to haul heavy cargo as early as next year, according to the company's website.The company has already raised US$9.
Scientists have developed a way to bring artificial leaves out of the lab and into a natural environment, where they can help clean the air.
Spain Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez might have to call for a third general election in less than four years after his budget was rejected by right-wing parties.
A new study by Stanford University's Center for International Security and Cooperation reports that North Korea continues to build nuclear weapons.
The oceans are expected to become bluer and greener by the end of the end of this century, according to a study published in Nature Communications.
Researchers have discovered what may be another massive crater below Greenland's ice sheets, NASA announced on Monday. According to Space.
A new study published in the journal Nature has found that getting adequate sleep can help by reducing inflammation in the body and fighting against atherosclerosis.
One-third of Himalayas glaciers will melt off by 2100 and a recent report shows not even immediate climate change actions can save them.Glaciers in the Hindu Kush-Himalaya region span eight countries and are an important geo-ecological asset.
President Donald Trump has hinted that he might declare a state of emergency to bypass Congress and get funding for his wall, just days before the February 15 deadline.
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A Japanese company has developed a system that would be able to identify a person even if they aren't directly facing the camera, according to New Atlas.
Japan's Hayabusa 2 spacecraft is scheduled to collect rock samples from the asteroid Ryugu on February 22.The spacecraft will fire a 5 gram projectile made of metal tantalum onto the asteroid's surface while touching down, according to the BBC.
New research published in the journal Science Advances reveals that honeybees are capable of understanding simple math problems.The Australian research team began by teaching 14 honeybees the basic rules of arithmetic.
A new study of two large groups of Europeans has found several types of gut bacteria are missing in people with depression, according to Science Magazine.
Japan is preparing for next year's Olympics by asking the public to donate electronic devices they no longer use, according to New Atlas.
Spanish firm Wavegarden has started construction on the world's largest surfing lagoon in South Korea. The company is collaborating with Daewon Plus Construction on the project, according to a press release by Wavegarden.
A new study has found that bacteria sacrifice themselves to antibiotics in order to preserve their colony.Researchers at California State University and Princeton exposed a colony of E.
A NASA-funded start-up is using fermentation technology to create lab-grown protein.
Researchers have identified a specific blood-clotting protein that can trigger synaptic damage after leaking into the brain, according to New Atlas.
New research has shed light on how silent strokes caused by SCD can affect the body.
Researchers successfully grew kidneys in rats by implanting stem cells from mice.
According to Ohio State University astrophysicist Paul Sutter on Live Science, physicists are interested in studying the mysterious top quark, and it may have to do with its connection to the god particle.
A Dutch firm has been chosen to build a jenga-like building project in northern Germany, according to Inhabitat.Dutch firm MVRDV plans to build a 65,000-square-meter city block called "Koolkiel" in northern Germany.
AFP reports that a novel processing method has been developed that allows for the production of solar panels at lower temperatures and reduced costs.
An investigative report has found traces of harmful chemicals in disposable baby diapers in France.
The city of Genoa is ready to start rebuilding five months after the collapse of the 50-year-old Morandi Bridge.The Morandi Bridge collapsed on August 15, 2018. The bridge failure may have been caused by a collapsed stay.
China has developed an anti-corruption AI system called "Zero Trust" to help identify corrupt public officials.
San Francisco has been designing a system over the past two years to track every homeless person in the city, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.