Scientists map ancient underwater landslides in the region chosen for Jakarta's replacement.
The 5,100 sq km behemoth which broke away from Antarctica in 2017 drops its own large chunk of ice.
The health of insect populations globally is far more varied than previous research suggested.
One month after the debut of the COVID-19 Open Research Dataset, or CORD-19, the database of coronavirus-related research papers has doubled in size – and has given rise to more than a dozen software tools to channel the hundreds of...
When lockdown ends, contact tracing could help limit the spread of coronavirus.
The telepresence robot is helping people who would not be able to visit to experience the gallery.
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Omar Mehtab looks at how online dating is being reinvented in these times of social isolation.
These six creators moved in together to make viral TikTok videos.
Video calling technology is helping people share their special day with others during lockdown.
BBC Click finds the mental health sites and wellness apps which may help during the pandemic.
PARIS (AP) — Peppering the 8,000 pages of purported Central Intelligence Agency hacking data released Tuesday by WikiLeaks are reviews of some of the world's most popular anti-virus products.
The discovery that the badger-like animal lived alongside dinosaurs challenges ideas about mammals.
Scientists predict the explosive behaviour of two supermassive black holes almost to the hour.
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine has confirmed in a tweet that the space agency is working with movie star Tom Cruise on a project that involves shooting a film on the International Space Station. Deadline Hollywood reported on Monday that a...
For Jeff Anderson, 61, working from home during the coronavirus pandemic has been a respite from office politics and the chatter around the copy machine.But as the push to reopen the country's economy intensifies, so do feelings of dread at...
BBC News looks at what we know and don't know about the Earth's changing climate.
Areas such as India, Australia and Africa are predicted to be among the worst affected.
Modern humans began to edge out the Neanderthals in Europe earlier than previously thought.
The four-legged robot carries a camera and speaker to play social distancing messages in Singapore.
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