Recent studies blur the lines between man, machine, and emotion Would you shed a tear if a robot was being tortured before your eyes? According to Astrid Rosenthal-von der Pütten, you just might. Rosenthal-von
The plots of the hybrid grass were planted on clay-rich soil, which is prone to run-off A hybrid farmland grass, developed by a team of UK researchers, could help reduce flooding, a study has shown. A
Deciding on a destination for an upcoming trip is never easy. While the beach and mountains may beckon, cities are a great option year-round, offering an array of activities for every type of getaway.
Birds on a train, goats on a bus—see some weird ways animals get around. From birds on a train to goats on a bus—adaptable animals are learning how to get around our expanding cities. Many are domestic—like
TravelIntelligent Travel After a 13-hour drive from Sequoia to Sedona — during which I nearly ran out of gas on a beautiful but desolate stretch of highway 40 (if it hadn’t been for Max‘s hybrid endurance,
Getting closer to the ground helped dinosaurs take flight, says a new study. Watch a bird's odd, bent-legged gait and you'll see an evolutionary adaptation born millions of years ago in its dinosaur ancestors