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Australia: How ‘bin chickens’ learnt to wash poisonous cane toads

The "bin chicken" has figured out how to eat one of the few animals locals hate more - cane toads. Source link

Elon Musk trolls critics with new ‘stay at work’ merchandise, following ‘woke’ discovery

Elon Musk took to Twitter on Wednesday to troll critics and former employees of his company in a new Twitter merchandise reveal. The day...

Gold coin proves ‘fake’ Roman emperor was real

Once the researchers had established that the coins were authentic, and that they had discovered what they believed to be a lost Roman...

Quick tech tricks to make the busy holiday season easier

For some people, the holidays are all about relaxing at home. If you have extra time on your hands, do yourself a favor...

Tax filing websites sent Facebook financial information: Report

Tax filing websites have reportedly been sending users’ financial information to Facebook. According to a new report from The Markup, the data was shared...

Disabled man joins European Space Agency’s astronaut programme

A British man is one of 17 new recruits to Europe's space agency's astronaut training programme Source link

Global summit is ‘last chance’ for nature

In December nearly 200 countries will meet in Montreal, Canada to agree a landmark deal to save nature. Source link

Apple iPhone data not as anonymous as company says: researchers

App developers at Mysk claim that analysis shows the detailed analytics data Apple records about what users do in the App Store can...

How too much ice triggered a dramatic penguin decline

Scientists have revealed a 43% decline in a large Adélie penguin population off the east Antarctic coast over the past decade. It’s believed...

Orion moonship operating in near-flawless fashion, mission managers say

NASA's unpiloted Orion moonship, sailing smoothly toward a remote lunar orbit after a spectacular low-altitude flyby Monday, is operating...

ESA mulls Solaris plan to beam solar energy from space

The US, China and Japan are also advanced in the race to develop space-based solar power and are expected to announce their own...

NASA’s Orion capsule races past the moon in a course-changing flyby

Out of contact on the far side of the moon, NASA's unpiloted Orion crew capsule carried out a critical...

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