Soviet-era submarine found leaking radiation under the sea

Soviet-era submarine found leaking radiation under the sea

Researchers from Norway and Russia have discovered radioactive leakage from a Soviet-era submarine wreck in the Norwegian Sea.The Komsomolets sank in the ocean in 1989, taking the lives of 42 sailors after a fire broke out.
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Massive algae bloom spurred by lava from Kilauea eruption

Massive algae bloom spurred by lava from Kilauea eruption

New research has found that the Kilauea eruption last year caused an influx of lava into the North Pacific Ocean which in turn triggered a large algae bloom.
Futuristic panel generates electricity in the dark

Futuristic panel generates electricity in the dark

A joint study from the University of California Los Angeles and Stanford University demonstrates a way to generate electricity in the dark by use of a thermoelectric generator device.
Iran rejects U.S. claims that it is behind Saudi oil attack

Iran rejects U.S. claims that it is behind Saudi oil attack

Iran has dismissed accusations from the United States that it was behind the recent attacks on Saudi energy facilities.
Interstellar comet seen approaching our solar system

Interstellar comet seen approaching our solar system

A newly discovered comet is the second interstellar object to ever be detected approaching our solar system.According to NASA's jet propulsion laboratory, comet C/2019 Q4 was first spotted by Ukrainian amateur astronomer Gennady Borisov on August 30.
Hong Kong police fire tear gas and water cannons at protesters

Hong Kong police fire tear gas and water cannons at protesters

Hong Kong police fired water cannons and tear gas to disperse protesters, after alleged petrol bombs and rocks were thrown at government buildings on Sunday.
Water detected in atmosphere of potentially habitable exoplanet

Water detected in atmosphere of potentially habitable exoplanet

Scientists have found water for the first time on a potentially habitable exoplanet.According to the Washington Post, exoplanet K2-18b is twice as big as Earth, with eight times its mass.
A Micro Harvest Moon is coming this Friday 13th

A Micro Harvest Moon is coming this Friday 13th

A micro harvest moon will be visible on Friday, September 13, when the moon reaches its apogee. The moon's orbit is an elliptical one, which, from the eyes of an observer on earth, causes variations to the moon's size.
Google faces antitrust probe from 50 U.S. attorneys general

Google faces antitrust probe from 50 U.S. attorneys general

Nearly every U.S. state is participating in a new antitrust probe targeting search giant Google.
Google files patent for smart baby monitor

Google files patent for smart baby monitor

Google has filed a patent to use artificial intelligence to monitor babies, CNBC reports, citing the newly published patent application.The company could use an HD video monitor and its A.I. engines to detect if a baby is feeling uncomfortable.The A.
Apple disputes Google's iPhone hacking report

Apple disputes Google's iPhone hacking report

Apple issued a strongly worded statement on September 6 calling into question Google's recently published research about a widespread hacking operation targeting iPhones.
Trapped crew members rescued from capsized Golden Ray cargo ship

Trapped crew members rescued from capsized Golden Ray cargo ship

The U.S. Coast Guard has rescued all crew members of a cargo ship that overturned off the Georgia coast.
China begins release of emergency pork reserves due to African swine fever epidemic

China begins release of emergency pork reserves due to African swine fever epidemic

As the African swine fever epidemic has already wiped out one third of the pig population in China, the Chinese government is releasing frozen pork from its emergency pork reserves to keep prices down.
Chinese-style social credit system being implemented in Silicon Valley

Chinese-style social credit system being implemented in Silicon Valley

Private tech companies in Silicon Valley punishing and rewarding the behavior of their clients in a manner similar to China's social credit system, as detailed in a report by business magazine Fast Company.
Flying taxi performs first test flight at an international airport

Flying taxi performs first test flight at an international airport

German aviation startup company Volocopter successfully performed a test flight at Helsinki Airport on August 29.
China's Uyghur Muslims targeted in phone hacking operation: Report

China's Uyghur Muslims targeted in phone hacking operation: Report

A new report has uncovered mass digital surveillance of Uyghurs, a Muslim minority ethnic group in China.
U.S. manufacturing contracts for first time in three years

U.S. manufacturing contracts for first time in three years

The Institute for Supply Management, an association of purchasing managers, said U.S. manufacturing activity declined for the first time in three years, amid trade tensions with China.The Institute for Supply Management's U.S.
Iran to develop centrifuges for uranium enrichment

Iran to develop centrifuges for uranium enrichment

Tehran is taking another step away from a 2015 nuclear accord by planning new nuclear centrifuges for enriching uranium.
Brain scans reveal how humans have shaped dogs' brains

Brain scans reveal how humans have shaped dogs' brains

A new study has found that the role for which a dog is bred is also reflected in their brain structure.The Washington Post reports that selective breeding by humans has led to diverse physical and behavioral variations in dogs.
Microplastic particles found in Lake Tahoe

Microplastic particles found in Lake Tahoe

New research has uncovered microplastic particles from the depths of Lake Tahoe.Scientists from the Desert Research Institute collected water samples from Lake Tahoe and found microplastic particles in them for the first time.
Why Hurricane Dorian's path is so hard to predict

Why Hurricane Dorian's path is so hard to predict

The Tampa Bay Times reports that Hurricane Dorian had initially been forecast to directly hit Florida's east coast. But the next day, forecasts showed the storm's center drifting east of the state, and then later edging a bit back to the west.
Microplastics found in human stool samples: Study

Microplastics found in human stool samples: Study

A new study has found small pieces of plastic, ranging from 50 to 500 micrometers in size, present in human stool samples.Researchers from the Medical University of Vienna tested fecal samples from eight different participants aged 33 to 65.
China's lunar rover discovers gel-like substance on far side of the moon

China's lunar rover discovers gel-like substance on far side of the moon

China's Chang'e 4 mission has found an unusually colored gel-like substance on the far side of the moon.Space.com reports that on July 28, the Yutu-2 lunar rover had been exploring the far side of the moon.
U.S. could soon open Alaska's Tongass National Forest for business

U.S. could soon open Alaska's Tongass National Forest for business

U.S. President Donald Trump's administration is pushing for the commercialization of America's largest national forest for potential mining and logging opportunities.
iPhones are being hacked by malicious websites: Google

iPhones are being hacked by malicious websites: Google

Google's Project Zero has uncovered a hacking operation in which websites carry malware that steal sensitive data from iPhones if users simply visit the site.