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The programme, developed by computer scientists at the University of East Anglia, factors in the shape of the mother's body and the position of the baby.
University of Hull and Nottingham researchers found the shape of the structures determines how many fights the male fish have with nearby rivals.
The finding, made by the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover mission, suggests the lake contained carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and sulphur.
The study of lemon sharks in the Bahamas claims the behaviour could be prevalent in other shark species, but they researchers are yet to uncover the reason why.
The study by Michigan University suggests these microbes may have survived in isolation from the Earth’s surface for billions of years.
Tech giant Samsung has filed a patent for a future transparent display that can be controlled by fingertip from both sides of the phone.
The human nose contains 400 receptors. The team at Monell Chemical Senses Centre in Philadelphia found that changing one could affect the way we perceive a smell.
If you are constantly on your mobile phone, most onlookers might think you have lots of friends and a busy social life. However, those attached to the phone are likely to be less happy than those who can resist a ring.
The mysterious creature was created to launch a new show called 'The Happenings' on Watch, which features magicians and is made by the producers of Derren Brown.
Scientists from the Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems (IPMS), Germany, developed the smart shoe to combat risks of ankle damage when running.
The footage reveals the storm around Saturn's north pole, as well as small vortices rotating in the opposite direction of the hexagon
The thigh bone was recovered from an underground cave in northern Spain known as the 'Pit of Bones' in the Atapuerca Mountains.
Montana sexologist Dr. Lindsey Doe claimed ejaculate is designed to fight off sperm from other males as well as fertilise eggs.
The list of 1,400 banned words was found in the source code for Android's latest KitKat operating system by U.S. technology site Wired.com.