For the first time, the world can hear the hum of Ingenuity's rotors spinning as it soars through the thing atmosphere on Mars. Perseverance captured the sounds during the copter's fourth flight.
NASA is launching its Black Brant XII suborbital sounding rocket Saturday at 8:02pm ET that will release a vapor to study space. When mixed with spherical clouds, the vapor glows green.
Parts of Mexico City are sinking 20 inches a year, and experts say there's no hope of reversing it. If water levels aren't raised, North America's most populous city could sink another 100 feet b...
Men have bee said to get toxic masculinity from their fathers, but a new study debunks the say 'like father, like son.' Experts say a lack of or poor quality friendships create the toxic trait.
Archeologists uncovered a sarcophagus under the chapel at Real Alcázar in Seville. Inside was the well-preserved skeleton of a girl with blond hair, estimated to be about five years old.
The military genius went through what now would be considered an obscene amount of Eau de Cologne, getting through multiples bottles each day for years.
To operate the Earswitch, users tense their tensor tympani, one of the smallest muscles in the body. That triggers an on-screen keyboard to scan through letters and select one with an 'ear-click....
A new demographic model revealed that the capital of the long-gone Khmer Empire housed between 700,000 and 900,000 people during its zenith in the 13th century.
Nike says the £125 Flight 2020 ball is the culmination of eight years of research dedicated to improving aerodynamics.
Scientists have found a link between being concerned about jetlag pre-flight and jetlag intensity after the flight.
In a step towards cutting down on landfill waste, every household in England will receive weekly food waste collections by 2023, the government revealed today.
The team said images taken by Mars satellites show evidence of eruptions in the past 50,000 years, in the Elysium Planitia region, about 1,000 miles from NASA's InSight.
Emission estimates for 190 nations across the globe were calculated by experts from research firm Rhodium Group in tandem with Breakthrough Energy.
Twitter is testing a new in-app payment feature called Tip Jar that lets users pay their favorite tweeters. Critics say that since Twitter allows nudity, Tip Jar could turn it into the new OnlyFa...
A new diagnostic framework drawn up by international psychologists and clinicians can diagnose people suffering from 'compulsive buying-shopping disorder' (CBSD).
University of Derby researchers found people who prefer to live in urban areas are more likely to have 'dark' personality traits.
The US streaming giant is reportedly considering a new supplemental service, according to a survey it sent out to its users, first noticed by Protocol.
Researchers from Nottingham Trent University and the conservation group White Shark Africa studied great white shark populations in South Africa's Mossel Bay.
Researchers found that male patients with a common biomarker linked to hair loss appeared to be significantly more susceptive to severe coronavirus infections. Pictured: actor Bruce Willis
Brain scans reveal that in a game, some people activate a region of their brain called the pre-frontal cortex which is linked with long-term thinking and leads to anxiety, and a worse attempt.
Settlements and charcoal deposits along Africa's Lake Malawi reveals humans used fire 92,000 years ago to prevent forest regrowth, allowing them to create homes for a growing population.
Virtual Telescope Project captured the first image of China's Long March 5B rocket as it soared 435 miles above Earth's surface. The rocket was moving fast and appeared like a bright light.
Researchers from Hungary grouped dogs into two categories based on their behavioural traits - and then tested their ability to learn by watching others.
About the size of a chicken, the weird bird-like dinosaur had some of the proportionally largest pupils ever measured in dinosaurs or modern-day birds, researchers report.
How sharks navigate thousands of miles to return to the same breeding ground every year has mystified scientists for 50 years, with experiments difficult to run.
Remains found on King William Island, Nunavut, have now been matched to a living individual, confirming the body is that of Warrant Officer John Gregory, an engineer on HMS Erebus.
Compared with men of similar age, women were triaged less urgently, waited longer to be seen, and were less likely to undergo basic tests or be hospitalised, researchers found.
Researchers found the first human remains after a few weeks of digging in a ravine in Granada, saying they could belong to three or four people shot between August and October 1936.
Developed by experts from China, the device switches from pink to green in the presence of the amine vapours released by microbes when fish and shrimp spoil.
Visually, they are hardly distinguishable, according to LOEWE Centre for Translational Biodiversity Genomics scientists, who carried out the genetic analyses.
Researchers have linked moderate alcohol intake - no more than one alcoholic drink for women and two for men per day - with a 20 per cent lower risk of dying from cardiovascular disease.
Researchers in South Korea report the highest laser intensity ever to be reached. The new milestone of 1023 W/cm2 has been pursued by experts globally for more than 15 years.
Researchers outfitted green turtles with trackers to see how they spend their 'lost years' between hatching and returning to the coast as juveniles. It turns out they high-tail it to the Sargasso...
Researchers have named an ant found in Ecuador 'Strumigenys ayersthey'. The 'they' suffix at the end of its name is in recognition of all non-binary people, the scientists say.
SpaceX launched and landed its Starship SN15 Wed, making it the first prototype to survive a high altitude test. The rocket hit six miles in the air, performed the flip and landed back on the pad...
The feature, which has rolled out for English-speaking Twitter users on iOS and Android, asks users to think before publishing 'a potentially harmful reply'.
Met Office forecasters warn of showers and cloud cover for much of the UK, however, they expect some clear patches to break through overnight.
Trendy 'logs' for woodburning stoves made from coffee, bamboo, wine and other are more polluting than traditional firewood, according to new research.
In a series of experiments, cats were more interested in sitting in a square, even if it was an optical illusion, than in other shapes. Researchers believe the squares remind them of the security...
Researchers claim that images from Mars taken by NASA rovers and orbiting spaceships appear to show fungus-like specimens emerging from the Martian soil.
An oil lamp used by Jewish pilgrims 2,000 years ago is found in the City of David. The lamp is 'shaped like a grotesque face' and was lit in ritual ceremonies to pray for good fortune.
A marble head of Roman emperor Augustus was uncovered during restoration to city walls in Isernia, Italy. It bears the 'swallow-tail' hairstyle and protruding ears associated with Augustus.
Researchers analysed the remains of 44 turtles found washed up dead on coastlines in eastern Spain - finding traces of plastics in each one.
Austrian computer scientists have created a shoe that pings vibrations to the wearer to warn them that an obstacle is nearby.
A study found imprinting raw pasta with grooves in a specific pattern allows them to be stored flat but morph into various classical pasta arrangements when served.
Timing of labour is currently estimated imprecisely but scientists have now created a blood test which indicates the 'pre-labour' stage two to four weeks before a baby is born.
A survey of 13,000 teenagers in England, the Netherlands and Sweden asked them to list the five most popular students in their class. Researchers then analysed popularity against age.
Stripping out polymers that block light from passing through wood and replacing them with a derivative from citrus peels Swedish scientists created a transparent composite that could replace glas...
Researchers studied data on the sleep habits and cardiovascular health of more than 14,000 people - looking to see who died from heart problems.
The grave of a three-year-old child who lived 78,000 years ago in what is now Kenya has been found and is thought to be the earliest known burial of a human in Africa.
The US government has revealed an anticipated date for the Long March 5B to come crashing back to Earth - May 8 - but it's not currently known exactly where it will land.
EXCLUSIVE: The North West is one of the hardest hit parts of the country, with three places - Bolton (first), St Helens (third) and Blackburn (fifth) - among the worst areas.
Researchers modelled the effect of melting glaciers and ice sheets on sea level rise by 2100 under various possible warming scenarios.
Indonesia's Spermonde Archipelago is home to one of the world's most threatened coral reef, but, scientists used new technology to regrow nearly 50% of the reef in just three years.
The Antarctic explorer had to return home after struggling with deteriorating health. that previous theories suggested was linked to scurvy or a congenital heart defect.
Researchers found the frogmouth (left) to be the most 'instagrammable' bird species of all, despite it having a scruffy appearance and wild eyes like Beaker from The Muppets.
Smaller, older and male dogs are more likely to be aggressive and growl, snap and bark at humans, a study has found.
Researchers compared the sequenced genomes of 81 Italians aged 105 and over with healthy adults from the same region that were aged around 68.
Previous research stated people can only have 150 friends. However, fresh analysis reveals the method is 'not possible' and 'futile'. They found it could be anywhere from two to 520 relationships...
Over 2,000 reports have been filed to DownDetector, with issues appearing to affect users in South West England.
A new study has investigated survival differences between stepchildren and non-stepchildren to see if Cinderella was 'just a fairytale'.
Eating just one cup of nitrate-rich veg daily is a 'moderate' amount, scientists say - and 'hacks' like blending them in a breakfast smoothie can help people who don't like greens stay healthy.
Psychologists studied the decisions made on 26,501 loan applications by a major bank's team of 30 credit officers over the course of one month.
The team say the discovery, made using modern archaeological methods, shows the contributions people from diverse backgrounds made to Tudor society.
SpaceX launched 60 more Starlinks into orbit Tuesday. The devices soared into space atop a a recycled Falcon 9 rocket that has been used in three previous missions.
A total of 137 black and red handprints were found lining the walls of a Mexican cave, made by children 1,200 years ago during an ancient Mayan coming-of-age ritual.
Researchers named the ferocious feline 'Machairodus lahayishupup' to honour the Cayuse people, on whose lands the original specimen was unearthed.
The team explored the associations between technology use and mental health problems in teenagers, declaring the link between the two is 'thin at best'.
Researchers found that both short- and long-term exposure to common air pollutants including nitrogen dioxide was enough to significantly raise blood pressure levels in children.
NASA looked at its in-space prevention, which showed we do not have technologies capable of stopping an asteroid traveling toward Earth - even with six months notice before impact.
Consumer group Which? is urging shoppers to think twice before buying UV light devices that claim to kill viruses and bacteria. Some products may be ineffective or could pose safety risks to user...
Men with the biggest noses have a 'stretched penile length' of at least 5.3 inches. But, those with less prominent sniffers have a sex organ which measures just 4.1inches (10.37cm) when fully er...
The natural radio signal is helping scientists study the atmosphere of 'Earth's less hospitable twin,' according to the NASA team responsible for the probe.
TikTok suffered a strange glitch late on Monday and through the night that robbed people of their followers. The app said the issue has been resolved but some are still experiencing issues.
The goal of the next generation of observatories is to explore further back into the earliest years of the universe and hunt for signs of life on exoplanets.
The species B. rotenbergae was discovered south of the Mantiqueira mountain range in the state of São Paulo, Brazil, in forest along Brazil's Atlantic coast.
China's 21-ton Long March 5b rocket is on an uncontrolled reentry path and could fall back to Earth in a few days. Most of it will burn up, but experts fear chunks will fall on populated areas.
Rockley Photonics listed Apple as its 'largest customer' in a SCC filing. This suggests the UK firm's sensors could be added to the Apple Watch to monitor blood sugar and alcohol levels.
Derek Demeter and Henry Sadler found the 50-pound Columbian mammoth femur in Florida's Peace River, a popular spot for fossil hunters. They estimate the bone is about 100,000 years old.
Archaeologists believe the necklace, ring, pins and other jewelry belonged to a woman of high social standing and were intentionally placed in a forest as an offering to the gods.
A new study investigates why feel-good films make us smile even if the world is falling apart. Scientist found these movies, like Love Actually, have plots that invoke an uplifting emotion.
Baidu's fleet of Apollo Go robotaxis started picking up passengers in Shougang Park on Sunday. These are the first paid autonomous cabs in China without a human behind the wheel.
Animals in the wild tolerate and may even prefer mating with their relatives, a new analysis from Stockholm University experts reveals.
Researchers say copying someone by looking at our phone is a form of social mimicry, just like when we subconsciously replicate another person's yawn.
A new investigation shows Google is hosting adverts that charge exorbitant amounts for services that are much cheaper on the official website, like renewing a driver's licence.
The show is the result of the Earth flying through a cloud of debris left behind by Halley's Comet during its last journey through the inner solar system in 1986.
Held in the Capitoline Museums of Rome, remains of the 39ft colossus include a head as tall as a man, a damaged left hand and the sphere it once bore.
Grand Canyon National Park is holding its first controlled bison hunt this fall that aims to reduce the the House Rock bison from some 500 to just 200 animals. The first event will be held in Sep...
If all goes well, the crewless Mayflower 400 will depart from Plymouth, England on May 15 and arrive in Plymouth, Massachusetts, two weeks later. Its onboard AI will plot the course it will use.
Trendy 'logs' for woodburning stoves made from waste from coffee, olives and wine production pollute more than traditional firewood, research shows.
Which? joined eight international consumer groups, together representing 1.8 billion people, to look at the recyclability of 11 common products in different nations.
NASA announced Friday that Ingenuity completed its fourth flight, which saw the helicopter fly farther and faster than ever before. It reached16ft above Mars for this mission.
Surveying the region by helicopter, researchers found over 1,000 mustatils, more than twice previous estimates. Cow horns and bones at the sites are proof of a cattle cult, researchers say.
A surge in pool use as people stayed home during the pandemic has led to a scarcity of chlorine tablets. The shortage could see prices more than double by the end of summer, experts say.
SpaceX cancelled the first test flight of Starship SN15. It is not clear why the launch was scrubbed, but poor weather has been looming over the firm's testing facility in Boca, Chica Texas.
Rising global temperatures mean there is a possibility the West Antarctic Ice Sheet, spanning over 750,000 cubic miles, could collapse, forcing sea levels to rise by 13ft.
It had been thought the five Bavarian glaciers would endure through the middle of the century, but melting has increased dramatically. They've lost about two-thirds of their volume since 2010.
More than 11.5 million migrating birds will fly over Washington State over the next few days. They fly at night to avoid predators, but a new threat awaits them - artificial lighting that kills m...
Alexander Medvedev discovered the sword near Olsztyn, in northern Poland, alongside a metal scabbard, a belt and two knives.
Scientists tracked device use among 816 teenage girls in the UK pre-pandemic. They found 59 per cent used two or more screens at the same time after school.
The show is the result of the Earth flying through a cloud of debris left behind by Halley's Comet during its last journey through the inner solar system in 1986.
The team from Duke University show that the limbs have blistering acceleration of 16,500 degrees a second, almost 100 times faster than a Formula One car.
Through a combination of CT scans and X-rays, the team discovered the remains of a foetus, about 26 to 30 weeks old, inside the woman - the first time a pregnant mummy has been discovered.
While it was already known that a Venusian day was 243 Earth days, longer than a year on the planet, which is 225 Earth days, the team now find that can vary.
Researchers have described the disturbing mating behaviour of a black widow spider species endemic to South America, called Latrodectus mirabilis.
Apple has released its long-awaited AirTag device. The small, circular tag can be attached to keys, a wallet or any object. If the item goes missing, users can track it via the Find My app.
Researchers claim most offices are kept at about 70 degrees Fahrenheit (20C) which is an unhealthy temperature and 'too cold', suggesting it should be 72F to 81F.
A study from Hungarian researchers concluded that short-snouted, co-operative, young, and playful dogs are the best dogs when it comes to forming eye contact.
Researchers used advanced modelling to predict how humanity settled 'Sahul' - the land formed when Australia and New Guinea were linked by low sea levels.
US Space Force scientist Dr. Joel Mozer urges officials to combine human ingenuity with the power, speed and efficacy of machines to achieve superhuman intelligence for the US military.
Data shows Ingenuity did not liftoff the ground for its fourth flight test on Mars. NASA has rescheduled the event for Friday, April 30. It will lift off at 10:12am ET and data should be received...
New Belgium Brewing released a limited-edition Fat tire called 'Torched Earth.' The ale aims to show how 'awful' beer would taste if we do not urgently address climate change.
This same instinctive radar for underground water drives them to dig wells that in turn help other animals and plants that live within the same arid ecosystem.
A 900-mile stretch of islands was once on the surface in the Gulf of Alaska that may have been used by migrants as stepping stones as they paddled from Asia to North America.
It has been years in the making, but Blue Origin will finally start selling tickets for its space tourism business. The firm made the announcement Thurs with more details coming on May 5.
Each year, around a third of Tristan albatross chicks are devoured by the mice, but this is the first confirmation that adult birds are also being eaten on the South Atlantic's remote Gough Isla...
DEFRA says the year-on-year drop in nitrogen dioxide levels is largely due to a decrease in emissions due to lockdown and lower than normal road traffic.
Researchers in Israel conducted experiments to see if song choices could be linked to their curator, even without knowing their music tastes.
After surveying workers in a London-based open-plan office, researchers concluded that have more 'visual control' at work makes employees happier and more efficient.
Researchers in France have analysed high resolution maps of over 200,000 glaciers from the past two decades to understand how they have changed.
The discovery is in a cave near a volcano that erupted almost 1,100 years ago at a time when the Vikings had recently colonised Iceland.
The fossil has been called Bicellum Brasieri and fills a gap between the emergence of single-celled life and the 'Cambrian Explosion' 600 million years ago which saw a huge diversification.
Production company Space 11 is working on a reality tv show that will host the first MMA in space. 'Galactic Combat' will send two finalists into zero-gravity while fighting in a rocket orbiting ...
Enten headphones work like an EEG, monitoring the electrical signals generated by your brain. They use machine-learning to recognize what your brainwaves look like when you're distracted.
Astronaut Michael Collins passed away Wednesday at the age of 90 due to a 'valiant' battle with cancer. Collins was part of the three-man Apollo 11 crew that made history with the lunar landing i...
Using a technique that dates when quartz was last exposed to sunlight, researchers determined the limestone vessels in Laos' Plain of Jars are centuries older than previously believed.
A Renaissance-era painting of Cosimo II de Medici by painter Bernardino Poccetti was discovered behind plaster when the museum's coat room and ticketing booth were made over.
Scientists are tracking cows' methane emissions. They want to see if there are any advantages to breeding cattle that have lower emissions of the powerful greenhouse gas.
Neuroscientists had a group of volunteers play a series of online games and monitored the role of gossip between the different participants.
Microsoft has announced that it's replacing its current default font of Calibri with one of five potential replacements.
Researchers have identified a molecule called AAZ-A-154 that acts on beneficial pathways in the brain without causing hallucinations.
Netflix's Play Something tool has been tested with select users since last year, but it is now being rolled out to all users globally.
In a tweet, NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) said: 'I spy with my little eye…a rover,' sharing the image with the rover visible in the far corner.
The new discovery of fossilised remains of a never-before-seen dinosaur species dubbed Yamatosaurus izanagii reveals the route of migration was from Asia to America.
Aerosol products used in the home now emit more harmful volatile organic compound (VOC) air pollution than all the vehicles in the UK, research shows.
European consumers can now try the coating out with Colgate's new Elixir line, developed in partnership with LiquiGlide.
Researchers from the University of Rochester Medical Centre analysed thousands of cognitive tests to determine whether children's scores could be linked to whether or not they were breastfed.
NASA is delaying the return trip of Crew-2 from the International Space Station due to poor weather in the splashdown zone. The crew is now set to return to Earth at 5:55 Saturday, May 1.
Wealthy nations account for 14% of the world's population, yet consume 52% of resources Earth produces in a year. This is causing 'ecological poverty' in poor areas home to 5.4 billion people.
The Facebook-owned social media giant will work with CALM to open a conversation about how male mental health and body dysmorphia has been hit by lockdown.
The US Army's Lancer Brigade shared footage of its new advanced night vision goggles that outlines figures in a glowing light, which some have likened to the system used in the 'Halo' video games...
There was a 'clear link' between loneliness and an increased risk of cancer, the team explained, with being lonely increasing the risk of cancer by about ten per cent.
Apple's Night Shift cuts short-wavelength light emissions to improve iPhone users' sleep, but experts have found 'no differences in sleep outcomes' attributable to the iOS tool.
Services like Uber and Lyft are not just adding to congestion, but are also increasing time spent in traffic jams because people are using the apps more than public transportation.
Many people take photos as a way of preserving important moments in their life, but a new study suggests this doesn't actually work.
A new study reveals a dog becomes a teenager at just six months old, is a fully-fledged adult by the time it is two years old and is a 'senior' at around seven.
Experts examined the Wonderwerk Cave in South Africa's Kalahari Desert, dating its 'human' contents to 1.8 million years ago, including tools and signs of fire use.
The online 'social salary calculator' lets you enter your desired yearly salary - and reveals how many followers and posts needed to earn that as an 'influencer'.
The team discovered that those who used the lotion, rubbing it into feet, calves, thighs and buttocks, could continue exercising for two minutes longer than normal.
Research has found nomadic male sperm whales can talk to other males and build long-lasting friendships which can span several years.