A new wave of research probes how Fido went from fierce to friendly. A black-and-white Boston terrier named Chevy, as sleek and dapper as a seal in a tuxedo, trots crisply into the soundproof testing His
A multi-university team of researchers from Japan recently used the world’s fastest astrophysics-simulation supercomputers to develop an AI system capable of predicting the structure of the universe itself.
TOKYO (Reuters) - A bluefin tuna sold for 193.2 million yen ($1.8 million) in the first auction of the new year at Tokyo's Toyosu fish market, the second highest price on record, NHK broadcaster reported.
That honor belongs to Percy, a golden Chihuahua who pops out of a box midway through the performance to climb Stoinev’s body and perch on his feet during handstands. While Stoinev works through his complex
Seoul, South Korea (CNN) — In an industry where stars face immense pressure to portray themselves as the immaculate image of happiness, K-pop duo Goo Hara and Sulli appeared to be different. Toward the
Now, new research by a team of geneticists and biologists at the University of California, San Diego and elsewhere explains the discrepancy. The scientists say they’ve devised a far more accurate formula
TOKYO (Reuters) - A Japanese department store is reconsidering a plan for employees to wear badges when they’re menstruating, which was originally aimed at fostering sympathy among co-workers but triggered
The role for which a dog was bred—say retrieving birds—is reflected in their brain structure, according to a study of 33 breeds. There are hundreds of dog breeds around the world, from the teensy chihuahua
Making ocean water safe to drink is usually an expensive and polluting prospect. This Finnish startup has found a way to do it with clean energy and a tiny footprint. In a coastal city in Namibia, a small
WASHINGTON — As President Trump prepares to meet Kim Jong-un of North Korea to negotiate denuclearization, a challenge that has bedeviled the world for years, he is doing so without the help of a White
Food, water, and shelter are basic human needs, but 1.2 billion people in the world live without adequate housing, according to a report by the World Resources Institute’s Ross Center for Sustainable Today