Science

New robot can read human mind to fix its mistakes

Imagine a scenario in which a robot piling boxes in a warehouse and it suddenly finds that one of the boxes has been put in the wrong place.

Some experts raise doubts over SpaceX’s Moon mission

SpaceX CEO Elon Musk recently announced the company’s plans to fly two civilians on a private trip around the Moon before the end of 2018, but some experts have raised doubts over the ambitious pla

Scientists decipher probable reason of woolly mammoth’s extinction

Woolly mammoths became totally extinct nearly 4,000 years ago, and a team of geneticists have now deciphered the probable reason for the ancient gigantic species’ demise.

Supernova 1987A continues to mesmerize astronomers

The massive exploding star, dubbed Supernova 1987A, continues to mesmerize astronomers with its spectacular light show even three decades after its discovery on Feb. 23, 1987.

New research demonstrates the power of bumblebees’ brains

Showing the unprecedented power of insect brains, a team of researchers successfully made a few bumblebees to push a ball to the middle of a platform for a sugary treat.

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