A Washington DC-based company has developed an artificial neural network that can detect and locate even very minor tremors.
It’s not just the heat, but also the humidity, that could make life uncomfortable — and even deadly — for humans as climate change worsens.
A computer-based analysis of the world’s folk music found that musical traditions in some countries, especially in sub-Saharan Africa, differ from those elsewhere in the world.
The Hermit Kingdom’s recent successes in missile testing are fueling the Pentagon’s search for high-tech measures that might knock out command-and-control structures or even missiles in mid-flight.
Economic growth in the developing world is boosting livelihoods, but it is also disturbing plant and animal life that evolved with a daily cycle of light and darkness.
A new study of men living in Taiwan shows a robust association between exposure to fine particulate matter in the air and a reduction in sperm size.
A neighborhood-based energy trading effort in Brooklyn, New York that uses a blockchain, the technology behind Bitcoin, is expanding to the West Coast and internationally.
XXTesla hopes the new lineup can help revive its fortunes after problems with the rollout of its Model 3 sedan.
The company, led by former SpaceX engineer Brogan BamBrogan, has proposed to build a transit system that would shuttle passengers from Boulder to Denver in just 8 minutes.
Injecting particles into the atmosphere would deflect some of the sun’s incoming radiation, but a new study predicts it would also likely alter tropical storm patterns in the Atlantic and increase the risk of drought in Africa.