Watch Panicked Cougars Flee the Sound of Human Voices
Cougars are so scared of us, they run off mid-meal.
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The International Space Station Will Soon Help Track Bird and Insect Migration
75 percent of small birds and bugs are too small to track globally. The ICARUS initiative will change that.
Scientists in Canada Are Organizing a Boycott Against US Conferences
“If one of us can’t go, we don’t go at all.”
Why Did Police Kill an Alleged Small-Time Hacker?
What Sam Maloney's software can tell us about his strange life.
A University Professor Wants You to Look at Porn for Science
Western University’s Taylor Kohut wants to crowdsource an answer to the eternal question, ‘Is this pornography?’
Why Scientists Are Playing Nursery Rhymes for Babies While Scanning Their Brains
New research explores the limits of human consciousness and cognition.
Badgers Are More Scared of the BBC Than Bears
European badgers are more afraid of human voices than bears or wolves, a study found.
Researchers Are Digitizing Ancient Monk Chants Into a Massive Database
“The medieval memory was fabulous for a lot of reasons and this is just another example.”
Scientists Are Building VR Worlds for Mice and Monkeys
It will revolutionize our understanding of the brain.
We Stress-Tested Drones In a High-Tech Wind Vortex
Take it to the limit.
Canadian Librarians Must Be Ready to Fight the Feds on Running a Tor Node
"I would like to see them try."
The Neuroscientist Studying How Our Brains Control Our Hands
And what it means for robots.