Meanwhile, ship crews face a menace that has ravaged navies for centuries. The COVID-19 coronavirus is starting to have a major impact on navies of the world, as ship crews worldwide are testing positive
On March 25, NBC reporter Deion Broxton made the wise decision to avoid a herd of bison. Broxton's judgment to hastily pack up his camera, which was still recording, went viral. (The good kind of viral.
Maybe not the most practical use for a rocket engine, but maybe one of the best. New footage has come to light showing that the ever-ingenious Soviet Union once considered adding rockets to its tanks,
Harsh measures, including stay-at-home orders and restaurant closures, are contributing to rapid drops in the numbers of fevers — a signal symptom of most coronavirus infections — recorded in states across
This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: An earlier version of this article misstated the location of Laren in relation to Amsterdam; it is southeast of Amsterdam, not southwest.
A new FDA-authorized COVID-19 test doesn’t need a lab and can produce results in just 5 minutes – TechCrunch
There’s a new COVID-19 test from healthcare technology maker Abbott that looks to be the fastest yet in terms of producing results, and that can do so on the spot right at point-of-care, without requiring
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Trump administration is sticking with its crowd-friendly waiver of entrance fees at national parks during the coronavirus pandemic, as managers at some parks try and fail to keep
Triscuit's name has nothing to do with the number of layers the cracker has — it's actually a portmanteau of two completely unexpected words. According to the company, its name actually stems from "electricity
NBC Montana reporter Deion Broxton was just trying to do a shoot from Yellowstone National Park when he looked over and saw a herd of bison heading in his direction. So he did what anyone would do in situation:
The two maps evaluate the vulnerabilities across every county in the U.S. and show how senior living facilities have handled infection outbreaks historically. The coronavirus is moving at a blurring rate.
Uranus, the seventh planet from the Sun, is a truly odd place. Now it just got odder. Not happy with being the coldest planet of them all and the only planet in the solar system to spin on its side (every
Could some humans be able to sense the Earth’s magnetic field? Evidence suggests that in addition to quite a few animal species, humans could be—yes, this is the real term—magnetoreceptors. In a recent
This article has been revised to reflect the following correction: An earlier version of this article misstated the length of time that the new coronavirus is found to survive on cardboard. It can live
Medical company threatens to sue volunteers that 3D-printed valves for life-saving coronavirus treatments
A medical device manufacturer has threatened to sue a group of volunteers in Italy that 3D printed a valve used for life-saving coronavirus treatments. The valve typically costs about $11,000 from the
(CNN) — The penguins at the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago are usually the ones being looked at, since they are one of the most beloved attractions. But Sunday, they were able to get a taste of what it's on