Home coded: It's art, but not as we know it

In the absence of a guarantee or done deal and only a long hard road of work ahead, passion is essential.

Climate change forcing animals, plants to move

Warming temperatures are affecting every major type of species, forcing them to change their distributions.

Home coded: Build it and they will come. Or not

You never know what you have until they, the community, tell you what you have.

Home coded: Show me the money

Gaming studios looked far and wide to stay above the red line, enabling them to keep developing their game to be the best it could be.

Bananas may help detect, cure skin cancer: study

A team of scientists developed a cancer scanner which they then refined and tested at length on banana peels before moving on to human tissue.

Brazilian studies aim to unravel Zika's link to birth defects

Brazilian researchers have isolated the virus in brain tissue and amniotic fluid of 17 babies and stillborn fetuses with microcephaly whose mothers had symptoms of Zika infection.

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Why don't we wipe mosquitoes off the face of the Earth?

There are only around 3,500 species of mosquito, which is modest for a family of insects – but their impact on human health and welfare is catastrophic.

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Is our Milky Way galaxy a zombie, already dead and we don't know it?

Our galactic neighbor Andromeda almost certainly expired a few billion years ago, but only recently started showing outward signs of its demise.

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