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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.

After launching its Ryzen 7 chip for high-end computers, AMD has announced that it will ship its Ryzen 5 PC processors on April 11, 2017.

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.

French embassy in the Philippines congratulated and lauded the Philippine government on Tuesday for officially accepting the Paris Agreement on Climate Change.

Multiple American private space firms are trying to helping government-run space agency NASA to get rid of its expensive dependence on Russia.