Dive into 11 remarkable images from the 2024 Underwater Photographer of the Year competition
Take a deep breath and explore a world of wildlife that exists under the water's surface.
Researchers taught a robot dog to open a door with its leg
The robot can bust open doors, carry a backpack, and even collect rock samples.
240-million-year-old ‘Chinese dragon’ fossil reveals 32 separate neck vertebrae
Dinocephalosaurus’ impressively long neck and flippers helped it gobble up fish in its watery world.
Google pauses Gemini image tools after AI generates ‘inaccuracies’ in race
Gemini generated nonwhite Word War II Nazis, Vikings, and other historically or predominantly white figures, sparking an angry backlash on X.
‘Odie’ makes space history with successful moon landing
Odysseus becomes the first privately-built spacecraft to survive a lunar landing.
Delta’s solar eclipse flight sold out, but your best bet to see it is still down here
Don’t worry, there are plenty of places to still catch the April 8 event on the ground.
A new algorithm could help detect landslides in minutes
Landslides can trigger devastating tsunamis. Tracking them in real time is a challenge.
This DVD-sized disk can store a massive 125,000 gigabytes of data
It can hold the same amount of information as 10,000 Blu-rays.
ChatGPT has been generating bizarre nonsense (more than usual)
'Would it glad your clickies to grasp-turn-tooth over a mind-ocean jello type? … 🌊 💼 🐠'
Neanderthals likely used glue to make tools
Stone Age tools show evidence of a cognitive process that is present in humans today.