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World’s largest iceberg has just broken off an Antarctic ice shelf

By Adam Vaughan The finger-shaped iceberg is about 4320 square kilometres in size ESA/Earth Observation An iceberg bigger than Majorca that calved off an Antarctic ice shelf has been spotted…

China’s Zhurong Mars rover takes its first photos from the surface

By Leah Crane and Matthew Sparkes The rover (left) and its landing platform (right) China National Space Administration The first images from China’s Zhurong Mars rover show a successful landing…

How the way you move can change the way you think and feel

New research suggests the connection between exercise and the brain goes deeper than you might think. These six kinds of movement can help make you more creative, boost your self-esteem…

Star cluster lurking in the shadows may help explain galactic mystery

By Will Gater Area on the right shows dust and dense star fields where Valparaiso-1 is in the constellation Scutum Will Gater There is an enormous star cluster lurking within…

How retail tech could change how we shop in the future

CornerShop is a London-based concept store which aims to test a range of different retail technologies with real customers. Shoppers will be able to use their smartphone to help them…

After Media Detour, AT&T Confronts Old Problems

“It would have been an amazing merger,” said David Barden, a senior research analyst at Bank of America. “It would have kind of perpetuated the AT&T juggernaut of growth through…

Spiders avoid surfaces that have previously been covered with ants

By Christa Lesté-Lasserre European fire ants (Myrmica rubra) seem to keep spiders away Richard Becker/Alamy House-dwelling spiders avoid surfaces that certain aggressive ants have walked over, suggesting that there may…

Major 2015 wildfires in central Amazon killed a quarter of vegetation

By Karina Shah A wildfire in the Brazilian Amazon in September 2019 REUTERS/Bruno Kelly Devastating wildfires that swept the central Amazon in 2015 caused a loss of around 27 per…

Odd radio circle in space may be supermassive black hole merger

By Jason Arunn Murugesu The Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder telescopes spotted strange radio circles ASKAP Astronomers have found a mysterious circle of radio waves, the fifth Odd Radio Circle…

Google AI tool can help patients identify skin conditions

It has taken three years to develop, and has been trained on a dataset of 65,000 images of diagnosed conditions, as well as millions of images showing marks people were…