Video shows Earth spinning through space from satellite located million miles away

Video shows Earth spinning through space from satellite located million miles away

‘As the World Turns’ is a sped-up footage of our planet rotating in space. The video demonstrated a dizzying range of clouds and continents from a satellite present at a distance of 1 million miles from us.

Brain map carves ‘cortex’ into 180 different compartments

Brain map carves ‘cortex’ into 180 different compartments

A latest brain map based on multiple scans of over 400 individuals has carved the ‘cortex’ into 180 distinct compartments, wherein 97 weren’t previously known. The brain’s wrinkled outer layer has advanced cognition, movement and perception.

For so many years, it has been mapped in numerous ways, but the latest effort is a landmark shot at a definitive, latest atlas for neuroscientists. The work has appeared in Nature and scientists can get the data online.

Study finding underscores unique relationship between humans and honeyguides

Study finding underscores unique relationship between humans and honeyguides

An African bird known as Greater honeyguide is well known for leading people to honey, and as per a latest study the birds pay attention to some particular human calls to determine who wants to play follow-the-leader. The discovery has underscored the unique relationship that humans and this wild bird share.

Large Underground Xenon equipment fails to detect Dark Matter

Large Underground Xenon equipment fails to detect Dark Matter

Large Underground Xenon or LUX, the world's most sensitive detector, has failed to detect dark matter despite scanning 20 months of data. Though dark matter is neither visible nor can it be heard or felt, scientists contend something must be there as they see how its enormous mass turbo-charges the spin of galaxies.

Performance of top five smartwatch vendors reviewed in latest IDC Report

Performance of top five smartwatch vendors reviewed in latest IDC Report

Preliminary data from the International Data Corporation (IDC) has unveiled about a consecutive decline in the worldwide smartwatch market. Though Apple continues to be the market leader, it is the only one in the top-five list that has witnessed an annual decline in shipments.

Graham is TAC’s latest weapon in its road safety campaign

Graham is TAC’s latest weapon in its road safety campaign

Victorian Transport Accident Commission (TAC) has come up with a new, scary weapon for its road safety campaign. Graham, a human sculpture is created by well-known Melbourne artist Patricia Piccinini, a crash investigation expert and a leading trauma surgeon.

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