Science

Reef twilight area offers species protection from coral bleaching: expert says

While climate scientists are desperately scrambling to find out ways to protect coral reefs, Queensland Museum’s senior curator Tom Bridge has said that there is a reef "twilight zone" that protect

NASA testing origami-inspired robot scout for Mars missions

U.S. space agency NASA has confirmed that it is testing an origami-inspired scout robot called Pop-Up Flat Folding Explorer Robot (PUFFER), which will be used to explore the surface of Mars.

Researchers discover fluorescent frog

Fluorescence is “unprecedented” in amphibians but a team of researchers in Argentina has discovered that the South American polka dot tree frog that is actually fluorescent.

Prehistoric skull offers hints about possible ancestor of the Neanderthals

An analysis of a newly unearthed 400,000-year-old half skull has offered exciting hints about a possible ancestor of the Neanderthals, according to a just published study.

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