According to a new study, the world’s oceans in 2020 were the warmest in recorded history, this despite reductions in global carbon emissions due to the COVID-19 lockdown.
Many of the passages that other readers had spontaneously highlighted used generic-you, and wondered if this was coincidence or representative of a systematic pattern.
Australian scientists have warned that marine ecosystems are on the brink of collapse as a result of rising sea temperatures.
Depression and anxiety cause one area of the human brain to become “significantly” larger, according to an Australian study.
By removing a clock gene in mice, the bacteria-engulfing defence cells in its bodies become more effective, boosting its ability to fight against bacterial pneumonia.
A world-first ongoing study into the effect of digital technology on children will be undertaken at Australia’s Queensland University of Technology (QUT).
A nationally representative study of gender stereotypes in the United States shows that women are no longer regarded as less competent than men on average.
Research of the University of Michigan (UM) has shown that individually human develops emotional, trusting relationships with robotic technology, and the groups that work with robots develop attachments that affect team performance.
Researchers have developed and tested a machine-learning driven robot to identify and harvest iceberg lettuce.
A study posted on the website of the University of Chicago found that third parties who observe social rejection are more inclined to punish the perpetrators than they are to help the victims.