Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) Ali Akbar Salehi said the organization will display new scientific achievements soon.
AEOI to unveil new scientific achievements soon — Salehi
Android has been updated by Google as part of an effort to make devices more secure from dangerous malware.
Here's how Google is protecting your phone from dangerous malware
If you have never used a map, now might be a good time to learn, especially since a software bug could cause failures in older GPS satellites and devices on April 6.
Western GPS network approaches its next Y2K moment
From wild dogs to horned frogs, all manner of animals are still capable of keeping out of our sight, some for over 100 years.
Five back-from-the-brink species once thought extinct
Elon Musk, the CEO of US private aerospace manufacturer SpaceX, called Russia’s rocket engineering ‘excellent’ and said the country’s rocket engines are the best currently flying, also suggesting that the reusable version of Russia's Angara rocket would be ‘great’.
Elon Musk Russia’s rocket engineering, engines 'excellent'
Some chimpanzee groups are stone-throwers, some use rocks to crack open tree nuts to eat and others use sticks to fish for algae.
Study: Chimps’ varied ‘culture’ matters for conservation
For decades, there were tales from fishermen and tourists, even lots of photos, of a mysterious killer whale that just didn’t look like all the others, but scientists had never seen one.
Scientists discover different kind of killer whale off Chile
NASA captured unprecedented photos of the interaction of shockwaves from two supersonic aircraft, part of its research into developing planes that can fly faster than sound without thunderous ‘sonic booms’.
NASA captures unprecedented images of supersonic shockwaves
Seals and whales in the Arctic are shifting their feeding patterns as climate change alters their habitats, and the way they do so may determine whether they survive, a new study found.
Study: Climate change forces Arctic animals to shift feeding habits
Researchers in London are giving hope to finding a cure for AIDS after a second HIV-positive man appears to have shaken the disease following a bone-marrow transplant, according to research published by his doctors.
Second HIV patient in remission as researchers closing in on cure

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