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The Daddy-Daughter Connection Is Hardwired in the Brain

The Daddy-Daughter Connection Is Hardwired in the Brain

Working from audio recordings of real-life chatter between fathers and toddlers of both sexes, plus brain scans of fathers looking at pictures of their children, social scientists have confirmed that fathers engage very differently...

Facial Recognition Tech Could Help Fight Overfishing

Facial Recognition Tech Could Help Fight Overfishing

The Australian arm of The Nature Conservancy (TNC) has snared funding to develop a technology known as FishFace, a kind of visual species-recognition system that could help fisheries authorities gain better, faster insight about...

Wreck of U-Boat Sunk by a ‘Sea Monster’ Found

Wreck of U-Boat Sunk by a ‘Sea Monster’ Found

  Marine engineers laying an electricity cable beneath the Irish Sea may have stumbled into the wreck of a WW1 German submarine which folklore says was attacked by an enormous sea monster with large...

Antarctica Is Now Home to the World’s Largest Marine Reserve

Antarctica Is Now Home to the World’s Largest Marine Reserve

The Ross Sea, the southernmost sea in the world, is an embayment that slices into East Antarctica, southeast of New Zealand. It terminates in the Ross Ice Shelf and the McMurdo Sound region, from...

Watch this bizarre, hilarious history of the whole world

Watch this bizarre, hilarious history of the whole world

The video does not contain every single detail of world history. After all, that’s just not possible to capture in even 20 minutes. It doesn’t go too deep into, for example, how the Black...

Boiling Blood and Radiation: 5 Ways Mars Can Kill

Boiling Blood and Radiation: 5 Ways Mars Can Kill

Radiation exposure is among the top health risks for Mars astronauts, but the Red Planet poses many other dangers as well. The most immediate threat to human health on Mars is the low pressure...