Scientists Forensically Reconstruct the Face of Shep-en-Isis Who Died 2,600 Years Ago Using Modern CT Scan Technology
Experts from different disciplines collaborate to recreate the face of the famous mummy, Shep-en-Isis, who died 2,600 years ago
Mysterious Havana Syndrome 'Unlikely' To Have Been Caused by Foreign Actor, CIA Interim Report Says
The Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) released an interim report that assessed there was no foreign actor involved in the majority of cases related to the mysterious Havana syndrome. The incident has gone on for more than five years that has left U.S. officials baffled.
Scientists Discovered Funerary Avenues With Numerous Graves in Saudi Arabia in Interlocking Bronze Age Tombs
Funerary avenues with interconnected tombs over a distant expanse in the desert show their significance as they could yield more answers
Biden Administration Launches Website for Free At-Home Test Kits a Day Early But Faces Technical Issues in Applications
United States President Joe Biden's administration has launched a website that will allow Americans to apply and receive free at-home test kits. However, the site has run into technical issues as some residents are not able to apply for the test kits.
Hong Kong Authorities Capture 2,000 Hamsters After the Animals Tested Positive For COVID-19 as Region Struggles Against New Outbreaks
Authorities in Hong Kong have ordered the seizing of around 2,000 small animals after hundreds of hamsters tested positive for the coronavirus infection. The situation was first noticed after a pet store employee tested positive for the infection and was later found to have the Delta variant.
Potentially Hazardous Asteroid Twice the Size of Empire State Building Passing By Earth on Tuesday
Astronomers are keeping an eye on a large and possibly dangerous asteroid that is going to pass close to Earth on Tuesday
Cybersecurity, Space Race as Emerging Global Threats, World Economic Forum Warns
The World Economic Forum in its latest report warned about the emerging risks of cybersecurity and the space race on the global economy, which adds to the ongoing challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change.
New COVID-19 Variant 'Deltacron': Is It A Lab Error or Real Threat?
A scientist in Cyprus claimed he has identified a new coronavirus variant that combines the traits of the dangerous Delta and highly contagious Omicron variants of COVID-19, called Deltacron.
Psychology Experts Slam Scientist Who Referred to COVID-19 Efforts as ‘Mass Formation Psychosis
A scientist that spread false claims about COVID-19 was banned from using Twitter, YouTube.
NASA Successfully Installs 'Golden Eye' In New Space Telescope Origami Style
NASA has successfully installed the last piece of its latest and most powerful telescope in space after two weeks of the complex initiation process.
Omicron Dubbed as the "Beginning of the End of COVID-19 Pandemic," How True Is This? Here's What Experts Say
COVID-19 continues its onslaught on the world. With its new variant omicron, numbers spike on record-breaking levels. On average, almost 2 million individuals get infected globally by the dreaded in the past 7 days.
Japanese Billionaire Yusaku Maezawa Comes Back to Earth, Wants World Leaders to Space Travel
In his first media conference at the Foreign Correspondents Club in Tokyo on Friday since his return to Earth, Japanese tycoon Yusaku Maezawa shared his experiences as the first space tourist in more than 10 years.
Cursed Shipwreck 'The Griffin' Discovered After More Than Three Centuries When Iroquois Prophet Predicted Its Disappearance in Deep Waters
A cursed shipwreck, the 'Griffin' is the stuff of legend with stories attached to it, connecting the native Indians' predictions to its disappearance.
Babies Born During Pandemic Score Lower on Motor, Social Skills Test, Study Shows
A recent study found that babies who were born during the coronavirus pandemic scored lower on tests that monitored various skills, including communication, motor, and social skills. The observation comes as more and more children are being admitted into hospitals for the coronavirus infection.
WHO Comments on Contradiction Regarding Sinovac's Efficacy Against Omicron Variant
An official with the World Health Organization (WHO) reassured people worldwide that the Sinovac coronavirus vaccine offered protection against the infection despite the new Omicron variant. They said that the Chinese vaccine reduced the chances of severe illness, hospitalization, and death from the infection.