The study, said scientists, was one of several geared toward exploring methods for supporting the health of the world's fisheries, which are suffering from environmental pollution, destructive climatic shifts and over-fishing.
We’ve seen it movies, ever since we were kids: robots, rising up against the man who created them, destroying civilization with the swift brutality that’s only possible for something without a beating heart. Now, life is imitating science-fiction as the United Nations Human Rights Council debated on Thursday the role killer robots (aka lethal autonomous robotic weapons) have in the future of warfare.
Two nationwide street gangs in Honduras - Calle 18 and Mara Salvatrucha - called for a peace and immediate end to violence in the streets of the Central American country. The deal, which was ushered in by a local bishop, was first announced by a member of Mara Salvatrucha, from a prison in San Pedro Sula, a city in the north of the country. Calle 18's announcement came moments later.
Five Mexican tourists were killed Friday and 25 more were wounded when the bus they were traveling in turned over and caught fire in the Sinai Peninsula, northeast of Cairo, local officials said.
Pink slugs 20 centimeters long have been photographed in one location in Australia.
A team of scientists led by Yale University Professor Tyler Lyson claim to have filled in a 55-million year hole in the fossil record with their recent examination of Eunotosaurus, the first species to form the protective shell of modern turtles.
Jamen Shively was a corporate strategy manager at Microsoft for six years before he left the company in 2009. Since then he has been working with fellow entrepreneurs to launch the United state's first marijuana retail brand. He announced his plans in December 2012 and confirmed on Thursday during a press conference with newfound ally, former Mexican president Vicente Fox.
Starbucks, the world's largest coffee company, is in hot water after reports surfaced that one of its locations is using tap water from a nearby toilet.
Eleven young people unexplainably vanished on Sunday morning after spending the night at a bar in Mexico City.
An Arizona mother of seven jailed inMexico after marijuana was found under her bus seat was released on Thursday after video evidence showed her boarding the vehicle without the drugs, her attorney said.
Yanira Maldonado, 42, was accused of transporting drugs a week ago, but walked out of the prison late Thursday night and straight into her husband's arms, a broad smile on her face.
Researchers at Singapore's Nanyang Technological University are working on a technology that will give point-and-shoot cameras the same low light sensitivity only available in today's most expensive models.
A research team from the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History recently found evidence that the evolutionary emergence of the turtle shell started 40 million years earlier than previously believed.
Researchers have discovered an ancient Egyptian trinket molded from nickel-iron, which can only be obtained by visiting the center of the earth or mining rocks from space, meteorites.
Hurricane Barbara has been downgraded to a tropical depression since it made landfall on the coast of Mexico late on Wednesday and the storm system is currently lingering near the Gulf of Mexico but is very ill-defined, according to the latest advisory from the National Hurricane Center (NHC).