Christie’s is hoping to break records with its sale of the dinosaur, nicknamed Stan, which will be on public view through Oct. 21.
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New research suggests there is a relationship between the diversity of a bee’s diet and the size of its croissant-shaped brain.
Space weather experts believe the sun has entered a new sunspot cycle, and expect it to be a relatively quiet one.
Basic firefighting techniques have changed little in decades — but fires themselves are now changing as the world warms, complicating an already perilous profession.
People across the continent have largely gone back to work, even as the possibility of a second wave looms. Officials in Texas have recorded more than 700,000 coronavirus infections, and India’s caseload has topped five million.
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Rocket Lab may be able to send a small spacecraft to probe the clouds of Venus long before NASA or other space agencies are able to do so.
Scientists know climate change has made storms wetter. There’s evidence that it makes some slower, too. It all adds up to trouble when they hit land.
IoT has many curious use cases across the industries, and manufacturing is not an exception. Some companies already use it to predict the maintenance, find the problems early and manage the resources wisely.What is more important, you can now control y...
Countries have made insufficient progress on international goals designed to halt a catastrophic slide, a new report found.