Korea University studied how narcissism relates to a person’s selfie-posting behavior. They found narcissists see selfies as a positive thing and observes others for self-comparison.
A new software called FireAnt can block out the ‘noise’ of millions of online messages to reveal specific kinds of content, and collect it for analysis. This can help identify abusive online behaviour.
Six gigantic icy fractures converge onto a point near the centre of the strange structure. The longest of the ‘legs’ is named Sleipnir Fossa, and is more than 360 miles (580 kilometers) long.
The 52-year-old recently signed a deal with Alfred A. Knopf for ‘Endurance: My Year in Space and Our Journey to Mars,’ which will be released globally in November 2017.
Researchers at Duke University have now uncovered the mechanism that activates regeneration genes in zebrafish. The ‘enhancer elements’ could be used to help mammals regrow body parts.
Most computer simulations of climate change are underestimating by at least one degree how warm the world will get this century, a new study suggests.
Nasa’s Neowise mission has just released a new batch of data, and says its identified 72 new near earth objects (shown in green), bringing the total number to 439.
A pair of astrophysicists from the University of Bern have created a detailed model of Planet 9 to determine the physical properties of the mysterious world, if it really exists.
E-volo has made history with a manned flight in the world’s first certified multicopter. The Volocopter VC200 took to the skies for a three minute flight using its 18 rotors and electric propulsion.
Entomologist Dr Hannah Wood at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC used a high speed video camera to capture the attack made by trap door spiders (shown).