Enormous schools of fish are amongst the most jaw-dropping sights in the natural world, with thousands of tiny fish synchronizing their behavior and movement to find food, migrate, and escape predators.
I spoke to 99 big thinkers about what our ‘world after coronavirus’ might look like — this is what I learned
Back in March, my colleagues at the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future at Boston University thought that it might be useful to begin thinking about “the day after coronavirus”.
A Massachusetts Institute of Technology professor has been charged with hiding work he did for the Chinese government while he was also receiving U.S. dollars for his nanotechnology research
Pixel binning isn’t a just a Samsung S21 Ultra gimmick. Here’s why it’s now built into high-end phones.
Megapixels used to be so much simpler: a bigger number meant your camera could capture more photo detail as long as the scene had enough light.
Israel will likely continue to be key to Intel Corp’.s global activities even as the company gets a new CEO.
E-commerce companies will continue to increase their trading volumes over the next few years, although growth will not be as rapid as during the outbreak of the 2020 pandemic, Industry and Trade Minister Denis Manturov said at the Gaidar Forum.
The agreement follows the signing of a Memorandum of Cooperation between the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) and the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, highlighting the ambition of the UAE and Japan to harness new commercially feasible technologies to reduce carbon emissions.
Doubling the number of known gravitational lenses: Machine learning key to discovery of over 1200 gravitational lenses
Astronomers hunting for gravitational lenses utilized machine learning to inspect the vast dataset known as the DESI Legacy Imaging Surveys, uncovering 1210 new lenses.
The recent alliance of pirate academic library Sci-Hub and a blockchain-based domain name system (DNS) was celebrated by the blockchain community.
SpaceX’s upgraded Dragon cargo spacecraft splashed down on Earth and off Florida’s coast into the Atlantic Ocean at 8:26 PM EST on Wednesday.