Computer algorithm spots endangered wildlife in satellite images

Satellites have offered scientists a powerful new tool when it comes to tracking endangered wildlife, with the movements of tagged animals able to be monitored with great precision. A new technology promises to expand the possibilities even further, wi… Continue reading Computer algorithm spots endangered wildlife in satellite images

Computer algorithm spots endangered wildlife in satellite images

Satellites have offered scientists a powerful new tool when it comes to tracking endangered wildlife, with the movements of tagged animals able to be monitored with great precision. A new technology promises to expand the possibilities even further, wi… Continue reading Computer algorithm spots endangered wildlife in satellite images

Porpoise-sized mosasaur sported specialized shark-like teeth

Tyrannosaurus rex may have ruled the land in the time of the dinosaurs, but the mosasaur was likely the most ferocious reptile in the sea. A new species of the creature was recently classified, which distinguished itself with teeth like those of a shar… Continue reading Porpoise-sized mosasaur sported specialized shark-like teeth

Porpoise-sized mosasaur sported specialized shark-like teeth

Tyrannosaurus rex may have ruled the land in the time of the dinosaurs, but the mosasaur was likely the most ferocious reptile in the sea. A new species of the creature was recently classified, which distinguished itself with teeth like those of a shar… Continue reading Porpoise-sized mosasaur sported specialized shark-like teeth

Newly discovered pterosaur walked along the shore to feed on worms

If the movie Jurassic World is to be believed, pterosaurs could easily catch and eat human-sized prey. A newly discovered species of the prehistoric flying reptile wouldn’t have posed much of a threat to us, however, as it likely fed more like a modern… Continue reading Newly discovered pterosaur walked along the shore to feed on worms

New study recommends drinking coffee after breakfast, and not before

You’ve had a terrible night of fragmented sleep. You’re feeling groggy and out of sorts. So naturally, the first thing to do is drink the biggest, strongest coffee you can get your hands on. A new study from the University of Bath is suggesting that ma… Continue reading New study recommends drinking coffee after breakfast, and not before

New study recommends drinking coffee after breakfast, and not before

You’ve had a terrible night of fragmented sleep. You’re feeling groggy and out of sorts. So naturally, the first thing to do is drink the biggest, strongest coffee you can get your hands on. A new study from the University of Bath is suggesting that ma… Continue reading New study recommends drinking coffee after breakfast, and not before

“Molecular sponge” could replace the pesticides used for ant control

It’s a quandary – leafcutter ants cause a great deal of damage to tropical crops, but applying pesticides to those crops harms the environment. Scientists have developed a possible solution, in the form of a high-tech material that uses an odor to trap… Continue reading “Molecular sponge” could replace the pesticides used for ant control

World-first clinical trial finds CBD can help treat cannabis addiction

Positive results from the world’s first clinical trial testing the potential for cannabidiol (CBD) to treat cannabis addiction suggest daily use of medical-grade CBD is both safe and effective at reducing problematic cannabis consumption.Continue Readi… Continue reading World-first clinical trial finds CBD can help treat cannabis addiction

Motion capture tech digitizes dogs, with no suit and a single camera

The motion capture technology that enables the fluid movements of your favorite video game character or lets a coach assess the biomechanics of an elite athlete is incredibly powerful, but requires expensive equipment to recreate the complex movement o… Continue reading Motion capture tech digitizes dogs, with no suit and a single camera