skull of smallest dinosaur found in amber

Skull of smallest known dinosaur found in 99-million-year-old amber

Researchers have discovered the complete skull of a previously unknown species of bird-like dinosaur trapped in a chunk of 99-million-year-old amber. According to the scientists,...
what happens to the brain

What happens to the brain when it replays memories

What happens to the brain when it replays memories? A study from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) uncovered that firing patterns of the...
feeding wildlife

Is the practice of feeding wildlife safe to animal communities?

Feeding wildlife could have a negative effect on animals, according to a team of researchers from the University of Georgia and San Diego State...
music cognitive performance

Can music improve one’s cognitive performance?

Music can improve one's cognitive performance, according to a new study by Manuel Gonzalez of Baruch College and John Aiello of Rutgers University. Their study...
mental health problems

Mental health problems linked to universal credit — study

Universal credit and other government welfare changes have been linked to the rise of cases of mental health problems, according to a new study. Published...
Seagulls prefer food touched by humans

Seagulls prefer food humans have touched — study

A new study from the University of Exeter has discovered that seagulls are more likely to eat food that humans have already touched. In the...
NASA recruiting new astronauts for moon mission

NASA looking for new astronauts for Moon mission

The US National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has announced that it is currently recruiting candidate astronauts for its future missions, including the scheduled...
babies show altruism by giving up food

Study: Babies show altruism, willing to give up food

A new study has demonstrated that babies show early signs of altruism by giving up food despite being hungry to adults who appear to...
texting more dangerous than listening to music or speaking on phone

Study: Texting more dangerous than listening to music, talking on phone

Researchers have warned that texting while walking is more likely to cause an accident than taking a call or listening to music. A new study...
UK 10-year-old children smartphone

Half of 10-year-old children in UK own a smartphone, Ofcom report says

A report by the Office of Communications (Ofcom) has revealed that 50% of 10-year-old children in the UK owned a smartphone in 2019. UK media...

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