Foodpanda, the food delivery startup backed by Rocket Internet, is selling its operations in Indonesia and evaluating its presence in the rest of Southeast Asia as part of a push towards profitability.
This could be one way birds learn to survive the heat Zebra finches program their offspring to prepare for global warming by singing to eggs before they hatch. In especially hot areas, finch parents make
Something strange is happening at the outer reaches of the solar system. An object beyond the orbit of Neptune is acting oddly, violating the traditional rules of orbit, and scientists can't quite explain
SYDNEY (Reuters) - In 2013, student Na Wang began shipping fish oil capsules to China from Sydney to help pay the rent. Now, she’s in business, part of a growing army of Chinese shopping agents sending
When a nation is unable to provide food to its migrant workers, it says a lot about their financial condition. The oil price crash has forced the oil-rich Kingdom to introduce austerity measures, and payments
LONDON/ANKARA (Reuters) - Britain’s vote to leave the European Union and the rise of U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump have paralyzed efforts by Western governments to encourage already highly reluctant
Will the real moon please stand up. This week, NASA astronaut Rick Mastracchio posted to Twitter a magnificent photo that shows the moon passing between NOAA’s Deep Space Climate Observatory and Earth.
In a galaxy far, far away from any known celestial object, a young star is going through a tremendous yet incredibly lonely growth spurt -- much like you did in middle school. No, actually -- even NASA
This is part of a series exploring climate change regulation and how it affects companies globally. This is not supposed to happen: a sharp rise in stocks of gasoline in the middle of the summer vacation
Times are tough for Chesapeake oysters. For one thing, they used to be bigger. "If you look at what people were saying back in the 1600s and 1700s about oysters, people had to cut them in half before could
One thousand years ago, when the United States of America did not exist and Oxford and Cambridge were backwaters of ignorance, the light of human reason shone brightly in places like Tunis, Cairo, and