Mukoma Wa Ngugi is an intellectual who forces us to rethink the boundaries of our world. His poetry stirs the soul; in To Betray the Nation, They Betray You First, a startling eulogy to South African activist
Have you heard? There is a new Archaeopteryx in town. Number 12, to be exact. Technically, this specimen has been around since 2010, but was only formally described three weeks ago, thereby making up the
Male field crickets traditionally attract a mate by “singing” – creating a sound by rhythmically scraping their wings back and forth. In Hawaii, however, their song attracts a less welcome female: parasitic
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Waters outside national boundaries are currently unregulated, devastated by overfishing and pollution. 140 countries back the motion to establish a treaty The world’s oceans are set for a long overdue
Hummingbirds don't have teeth, and yet they have quite a sweet tooth. They eat insects to get such essentials as protein and fat, but most of their diet consists of sugary nectar. This has puzzled scientists.
With the official release of Android 5.0 Lollipop just around the corner, we thought we’d take a look at system updates in general. We all want the latest and greatest software that Google is pushing but