The Man Who Spent 30 Years in the Rainforest Preserving the Music of the Bayaka
Louis Sarno went to record the music of the Central African Republic's Bayaka community in the 80s and never turned back.
So Boris Johnson Is Now in Charge of the UK's Cybersecurity
The infamous British politician who has trouble controlling his antics in the physical world, is now expanding his sphere of influence into the virtual realm.
To Make a Heart from Scratch, First Build a Robot Stingray
Researchers eventually want to make hybrid hearts for human patients.
Robots Could Soon Be Delivering Pizza Across London
A trial in Greenwich will test reactions to autonomous delivery bots.
A New Japanese Cat Café Is Raising Awareness of Feline Immunodeficiency Virus
Neco Republic want people to know that there’s no need to fear cats with FIV.
Bug Researchers Are Digitising Their Collections of Skewered Insects
Zoosphere aims to digitize fragile museum specimens and make them available to entomologists across the world.
Light Pollution Is Throwing Off the Seasons
Researchers have discovered that the early bloom of some tree buds might be down to increasing amounts of light pollution.
Rising Sea Temperatures Are Luring Carnivorous Lionfish into the Mediterranean
The Lionfish, a species native to the Indo-Pacific ocean, has slowly been setting up camp in the Mediterranean.
It's Safe to Eat These 4 Crops Grown in 'Martian Soil'
A recent lab analysis revealed that the radishes, peas, tomatoes, and cress that Wieger Wamelink grew in 'Martian soil' were safe to eat.
What Happens When You Animate an 800-Year-Old Manga Strip
A historical artifact featuring a bunch of frolicking animals has been given a new lease of life.
A Solar-Powered Plane Has Completed the First Ever Trans-Atlantic Flight
Si2 has arrived in Europe after 71 hours and 8 minutes of flying over the Atlantic Ocean.
It's About Time We Honor the Scientists Who Studied the Screwworm’s Sex Life
Edward Knipling and Raymond Bushland were ridiculed at the time, but are being posthumously awarded for their innovations in insect control.