Russia's defence minister Sergei Shoigu has revealed his desire to clone 3,000-year-old army of ancient warriors from remains found in Siberia. This site is located in the Valley of the Kings in Tuva.
The first UK houses where appliances are fuelled by hydrogen are due to be opened by April. Authorities are hoping that buildings will offer the public with a hint into the potential future home. The main aim of the plan is to develop a town heated by hydrogen gas entirely by the end of this decade.
It has been detected previously that animals shed DNA, known as eDNA from their bodies into the environment. It was also previously detected in water, snow and soil, but not in the air. Now, scientists have found that human and animal DNA can be collected from air too. Scientists say this study can prove beneficial in studying contagious diseases like COVID-19, elusive animals, criminal investigations, forensic science and archaeology.
French scientists have determined more that 5,000 tons of extraterrestrial dust particles reach earth every year. It comes from asteroids or comets. These extraterrestrial particles have been collected from a Franco-Italian Antarctic station.
Six weeks ago, a 9-year-old macaque, Pager was hooked up to a Neuralink system - Elon Musk’s mind-machine interface company. He was trained to play video games in exchange of banana smoothie. Now the monkey is seen playing games like Ping-pong using only his brain.
Bill Gates has proposed and funded a geoengineering experiment to determine whether blotting out the Sun with aerosols could reverse global warming. This experiment was undertaken by Sweden's space agency. But now they have called off this project as they are facing a great opposition from the environmental activists.
Microsoft has proposed a way to use your brainwaves to mine cryptocurrency. The application explains how brain activity and personal biometric data of an individual can be used to generate cryptocurrency.
Researchers have confirmed that the human brain continues working even after the death of a person. That seems a zombie-like behaviour, but researchers have found a non-zombie logic behind this phenomenon.
According to data from space observatory Gaia, the closest star cluster to Earth is being shattered by the phenomenal gravity of an unseen massive object. Gaia is operated by the European Space Agency (ESA).
A research team in Germany has achieved great success conducting experiments to create false memories in people's minds and then erase them. However, at the same time the researchers said that it may have some serious implications for the judicial system.