Thursday, April 15, 2021
Cave drawings dating back to the early Stone Age discovered by fishermen in Turkey

Cave drawings dating back to the early Stone Age discovered by fishermen in Turkey

The drawings, which are still in a good condition, were discovered in the Kahta district of the southeastern Adiyaman province.Source link
Nazi submarine described as an 'underwater Chernobyl' to be buried to reduce leakage from canisters

Nazi submarine described as an 'underwater Chernobyl' to be buried to reduce leakage from...

U-864 was torpedoed by a British submarines in early 1945 as it headed for Japan. Around 8lb of deadly mercury a year has been oozing into the water, causing fishing...
Five koalas arrive at a British safari park after flying 10,000 miles from Australia

Five koalas arrive at a British safari park after flying 10,000 miles from Australia

The iconic marsupials travelled from Cleland Wildlife Park near Adelaide to Longleat safari park in a bid to protect their species.Source link
Sir James Dyson unveils new 'Airwrap' curling tong that minimises the risk of heat damage

Sir James Dyson unveils new 'Airwrap' curling tong that minimises the risk of heat...

The latest offering from Sir James Dyson uses ground-breaking technology to curl hair with warm air alone. It uses a high-speed jet of air which flows around the surface of...
Camera-fitted drone's nighttime flight through fireworks show creates spectacular sci-fi-like optics

Camera-fitted drone's nighttime flight through fireworks show creates spectacular sci-fi-like optics

The footage is not the work of George Lucas or the Walt Disney Company. Instead, it's amateur footage from a camera fitted to a drone flown through a fireworks display...
Internet fuelling increase of conditions including cyberchondria and cyberhoarding

Internet fuelling increase of conditions including cyberchondria and cyberhoarding

European researchers said concerns have grown over how the internet may affect public health and spark subsequent issues with gambling, pornography, and online bullying.Source link
Average person can recall 5,000 faces in their lifetime

Average person can recall 5,000 faces in their lifetime

University of York researchers carried out tests on 25 undergraduate students and they were asked how many faces they could picture in their minds.Source link
Shocking study finds microplastics in a THIRD of fish in the Thames Estuary

Shocking study finds microplastics in a THIRD of fish in the Thames Estuary

Research into the severity of plastic pollution in the UK found that 28 per cent of fish living in the estuary have come into contact with plastic waste (pictured, microplastic under...
Antibiotic that could herald ‘a golden age of discovery’ is found in deep sea Atlantic sponge

Antibiotic that could herald ‘a golden age of discovery’ is found in deep sea...

Experts from the University of Bristol took sponges (pictured) from five locations and froze them in liquid nitrogen then found one which killed all bacteria in the lab.Source link

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