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Researchers reveal how the Magic Eye puzzle illusions work

Although a 1990s craze, Magic Eye puzzles were first created by scientists to understand depth perception. These dot-filled pictures, known as autostereograms, produced a 3D image when the viewer arranged their eyes a certain way while looking at the 2D pattern. However, not everyone has been able to look at the hidden images, as viewers have to 'diverge' there eyes while focusing on the colourful pattern.

The Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam has devised an attack that employs existing hack from Rowhammer and could give hackers access to millions of Android devices via their RAM chips.

FILE - In this Friday, Sept. 16, 2016, file photo, Michael Horowitz, from Chicago, checks out his new iPhone 7 Plus at the Apple Store on Michigan Avenue, in Chicago. Apple¿s iPhone 7 Plus is getting a new camera capability: the blurring of backgrounds to focus attention on people in the foreground. The feature, which Apple calls portrait mode, was announced in September, but unavailable until Apple released its iOS 10.1 software update Monday, Oct. 24, 2016. It replicates an effect typically limited to larger cameras known as SLRs. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato, File)

Known as the CoreGraphic bug, it was discovered by security researcher Marco Grassi, and allows hackers to create a jpeg file that used a memory bug to run code on the user's phone.

The team, led by the iHuman Institute at ShanghaiTech University, used a molecule that made the receptor freeze for long enough that they could see its molecular structure.

The findings, presented at a meeting in Vancouver, bolsters previous findings that there may be another strand to the human story, with people from Papua New Guinea (pictured) carrying ancient DNA.

Counting cards and hand mucking are ways to cheat during card games. Now, a Google researcher demonstrates a device that looks like a smartphone, but is able to read each card's suit and value.

Apple does not release sales figures for its smartwatch ©Stephen Lam (Getty/AFP/File)

Global smartwatch sales slid 51.6 percent in the third quarter, amid a steep decline for the Apple Watch ahead of its updated device, a market tracker has found.

Researchers at the University of Sydney in Australia found that the improvement in cognition function in seen in a group of patients over 55 was related to their gains from weight training.

Screenshots published by a Russian news site suggest Instagram is testing a live video feature. The shots display a live functionality in Instagram Stories with the bright red banner 'LIVE'.

National Geographic's stunning Mars miniseries includes Elon Musk interview

Set both in 2033 and in the present day, it will feature experts such as Elon Musk explaining exactly what it will take to get to the red planet.

analysts KGI say it will see the launch of three new machines -  a new 13 inch MacBook, a new 13 inch MacBook Pro and a new 15 inch MacBook Pro.

The European Southern Observatory has predicted a very rare 'gravitational lensing event' which will see Earth-like planets orbiting the stars closest to our own solar system.

Researchers at Newcastle University say that while more work is needed, monitoring the brain for changes in folding could help to spot premature ageing of the cortex and even brain disease.

An American team of robots defeated an Australian rival in soccer on Monday to win the RoboCup Challenge as technical problems plagued the Australian side.

The Black Sea Maritime Archaeology Project (Black Sea MAP) involves an international team, led by the University of Southampton's Centre for Maritime Archaeology.

In October 2001, Steve Jobs unveiled the first ever iPod. The decision not to celebrate its birthday may have been a conscious effort by Apple not to promote a device no longer listed

The study from University College London found that the amygdala, a part of the brain associated with emotion, was most active when people first lied for personal gain.

Researchers at Harvard John A Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences in Cambridge, Massachusetts, built the organ-on-a-chip using a new automated digital manufacturing technique.

Mystery as Nasa images show area has changed from blue to gold in just four years

These two natural colour images from NASA's Cassini spacecraft show the changing appearance of Saturn's north polar region between 2012 and 2016, showing a clear change from blue to gold.


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The universe may have a 'self-destruct button' that could WIPE OUT life in an instant -

An animated video from Munich-based YouTube science explainers Kurzgesagt explores the potentially universe-ending theory of vacuum decay, which could end existence in an instant. Physicists are unsure what could kickstart this vacuum decay, but if the field dropped off this energy cliff it would light the touch paper, setting off a chain reaction with no way back.

Engineers from Nasa’s Armstrong Flight Research Center in California are develop the concept for aircraft in flight, called the spanwise adaptive wing (SAW) to be tested on a prototype (pictured).

The researchers, from Bristol University, found the leaves only develop this colour when put in almost dark conditions - and in bright light the sheen slowly disappears.

Last week's web outage which took down sites including Twitter, Spotify and Reddit, both in the US and UK was thought to be the result of a DDoS attack using hijacked smart devices (stock image)

Steve Troughton-Smith, a developer from Ireland, discovered the feature while using an iOS Simulator. It is unclear why Apple has not made the feature readily available.

Romanian blogger and happiness guru Luminita Saviuc has identified the 14 things you need to give up in order to be content in life, including fear, excuses and self-limiting beliefs.

Elon Musk's comments were made in Reddit Ask Me Anything session. The Q&A; was a follow-up to a speech by Musk at the International Astronautical Congress in Mexico last month.

In a brilliant new book, geneticist Dr Sharon Moalem explains why we all process food differently - and reveals exactly how many carbs you should be eating.

Female noses have become increasingly attracted to some of the scents contained within deodorants meaning they can find less fetching men just as masculine.

Meal to go! Amazing moment giant huntsman spider carries a MOUSE away with its fangs

This is the moment a huge huntsman spider (pictured) grabs a mouse with its fangs. Footage of the arachnid moving its prey up the side of a fridge in Australia has been viewed more than 200,000 times on Facebook. The spider doesn't let go during the 19 seconds of footage, as it drags a rodent over a fridge magnet.

The American Academy of Pediatrics reveals kids who spend 2 to 4 hours a day using digital devices have 23% lower odds of fishing their homework - and it decrease with every additional 2 hours.

A professor at Purdue University reveals why so many look forward to the gross and horrifying things of Halloween. Daniel Kelly says people can get a good scare without being at risk of real danger.

The social network will allow certain posts to be made gloablly., even if they violate its community standards. It said the posts will be judged on whether they are newsworthy.

Dr Deirdre Barrett, a clinical and evolutionary psychologist at Harvard Medical School, said dogs are likely to dream about what happened to them during the day - much like humans.

New Zealand professor Christopher Bartneck, an associate professor at the University of Canterbury, mischievously wrote the paper after being invited to a nuclear physics conference in Atlanta, US.

Researchers from UCL, the University of Sheffield and the University of Pennsylvania managed to predict judgments at the European Court of Human Rights.

Groundbreaking picture was taken 70 years ago today by a camera carried on a Nazi rocket 

Taken at an altitude of 65 miles (104km) by a Devry 35-millimetre camera, this black-and-white image reveals the Earth’s curvature and shows a sweep of cloud cover over the American Southwest. The photograph was taken on the 24 October 1946 by a camera on board a US Army rocket (diagram inset) launched at White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. The US had employed a surrendered German rocket scientist towards the end of the Second World War, and used a Nazi missile to carry a Devry 35-millimetre camera.

In contrast to the current understanding on the behaviour of the universe, researchers led by an Oxford University physicist say it instead may be expanding at a constant rate without dark energy.

The bigger-than-average increase in carbon dioxide in the atmosphere between 2014 and 2015 was fuelled by the El Nino weather phenomenon in the Pacific

The longest established greenhouse gas monitoring station in the world, at Mauna Loa in Hawaii, predicts carbon dioxide will stay above the symbolic 400ppm for the whole of 2016.

London-based web expert Kevin Marks said the internet is becoming harder to read for people like the elderly, the visually impaired or those with low-quality screens (stock image used)

Professor Mike Brown at the California Institute of Technology, who's team proposed the existence of the mystery world, made the claims at a conference in Pasadena earlier this week.

The study was carried out by Ipsos Public Affairs, a tech research group in Wasthington, along with Microsoft. It involved a survey of 1,000 people from 12 countries, including the UK and US.

The international conference on sex with robots will be hosted by Goldsmiths University, London on the 19th and 20th of December.

A group in Japan has demonstrated the ability to do 'dynamic projection mapping', or projecting onto an unpredictably moving object, using flashing lights and cotton t-shirts.

Mystery of Tibet's twin avalanches is unravelled

The two avalanches happened just two months apart and just a few miles away from each other in the Aru Range of Tibet. After spotting warning signs, researchers tried to warn officials about the second collapse, but their warning came too late. The image on the left shows the area before either avalanche occurred, while the second image shows the first avalanche. A third image (right) shows the area after both avalanches.

Mat Jones, from Sydney, left his one-week-old iPhone 7 underneath a pile of clothes in his car while he was taking a surf lesson - but returned to find the device on fire.

The study by an international team of researchers was led by Kansas University's professor emeritus of anthropology and based on a fossil found in Tanzania.

A unique snail found in a park in south west London could provide researchers with unique insight into a rare heart condition in which people are born with a mirror image of an internal body plan.

Network speed tests on iPhone 7 Plus models also showed that models available in the US were up to 75 per cent faster than those found in the UK and Europe.

The Swedish Cancer Society said Thursday that the video, displaying animated figures of women with circle-shaped breasts, had been removed from Facebook.

Cassini's Composite Infrared Spectrometer team at the Observatoire de Paris has been watching the seasons unfold on Titan since Cassini first reached Saturn and its moons in 2004.

The firm is rumoured to be putting the finishing touches to an all in one desktop PC - and new patent drawings appear to reveal the machine Microsoft will unveil in New York on the 26th October.

A professor at the University of Michigan suggests you should not restrict your child's technology use, but rather teach them how to use it as a way to connect and create.

Can you spot all 60 well-known brand names in this brainteaser?

If you always find crosswords too easy and solve brainteasers effortlessly, this one's for you. This incredibly cryptic puzzle contains 60 images that represent brand and company names. While some are easy, other rely on your ability to decipher visual puns. If you can solve all 60, you earn a place in the Brandscape Hall of Fame.

News of the Tesla Network was in a disclaimer about the self-driving functionality on new Model S vehicles. However, it bans owners from signing their car up to services from Uber, Lyft and others.

An expert at West Virginia University suggests human thought will soon communicate directly with computers, which will move us toward an era of 'computing at the speed of thought.'

The smile is the product of the planet’s swirling atmosphere at the South Pole, according to Nasa, captured when Jupiter was only half-lit. To make a full smile, it was copied and flipped.

The Iceland Deep Drilling Project is using its drilling rig, named Thor, to tap geothermal power below the surface. They hope to produce the hottest hole in the world - anywhere between 752 and 1832 °F.

The European Space Agency mission control in Darmstadt, Germany, lost contact with Schiaparelli Mars probe this week shortly before it was meant to reach the red planet's surface.

Amazon and Blue Origin CEO Jeff Bezos made the comments at an event in San Francisco this week where he also jokingly reaffirmed his desire to send Donald Trump into space.

Jaguar Land Rover, Ford and Tata Motors have launched a three-year project, demonstrating a number of future vehicle technologies at Horiba Mira's testing facility in Nuneaton.

Statistical physicists at Coventry University, Joseph Yose and Ralph Kenna along with other colleagues at the University of Oxford and the National University of Ireland made the discovery.

Imgur user shows map of every river basin in the US

A stunning new map shows the complex network of rivers and streams in the contiguous United States. Created by Imgur user Fejetlenfej , a geographer and GIS analyst with a ‘lifelong passion for beautiful maps,’ it highlights the massive expansive of river basins across the country – in particular, that which feeds the Mississippi River. The map visualizes Strahler Stream Order Classification, the creator explains, with higher steam orders indicated as thicker lines.

Researchers at the University of Turin found that when the brain merged sensory information because of an illusion, it dialed down nerve impulses, changing its self-awareness.

The researchers at the Centre for Taste and Feeding Behaviour, Dijon, France, said eating cheese had an impact on both the description and preference for different wines.

Scientists have found 500 seabed vents bubbling methane into the Pacific Ocean off the United States, roughly doubling the number of known U.S. seeps of the powerful greenhouse gas.

Duke University found female meerkats can produce more testosterone than males, which turns them into bullies. However, these 'mean girl' meerkats tend to have weaker immune systems.

Stargazers are in for a spectacular show tonight as debris from Halley’s Comet rains down to Earth’s atmosphere in the annual Orionid meteor shower. The event will peak early Friday morning.

Vanderbilt University found trained and self-taught typists are comparably fast when it comes to certain tasks. However, self-taught typists can only keep up if the keyboard is visible.

Mike Massimino seems a nice bloke, smiley, calm and straightforward, as this memoir shows him to be. His book isn’t up there with the fairies, it’s completely down to earth — and that’s a recommendation.

Just a smudge on the face of Mars: Crash site of the doomed Schiaparelli European probe lander caught on satellite images

New images from the Nasa's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter may have identified the possible crash site of ESA's lost Schiaparelli lander. New data from the American space agency's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has identified new markings on the surface of the red planet that are believed to be related to the Schiaparelli lander's possible crash. ESA believes that it may have exploded on impact. The probe entered the Martian atmosphere at 15:42 GMT (10:42 ET) on 19 October for its 6-minute descent to the surface, but contact was lost shortly before expected touchdown. The images show a pair of before-and-after images taken by the Context Camera (CTX) on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter on 29 May 2016 and 20 October 2016 showing two new features appearing following the arrival of the Schiaparelli test lander module on 19 October

Researchers from Kyoto Univeristy analysed the Kumamoto earthquake and nearby Aso volcanic cluster to find rising magma ‘unzipped’ the quake.

The incredible images show clouds forming over giant volcanoes, and include the first images of 'nightglow' that can be used to show how winds circulate at high altitudes.

The study, conducted by Min Zhu and colleagues at the Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing, used a fossil from the jaws of an ancient fish that was discovered in 2013 and a new fossil.

A San Francisco startup has designed a bike lock that causes a big stink when tampered with. Called SkunkLock, this U-Lock is filled with a vomit inducing gas that escapes when a thief cuts into it.

Nasa has revealed its Juno spacecraft has lost its main computer and science instruments shortly before it was due to make an orbital pass near Jupiter on Wednesday.

Scientists from an array of Californian institutions and the University of Basel in Switzerland inserted the snake DNA into mice and discovered the animals developed truncated limbs.

Is this Larry Page's secret flying car? First images emerge of radical electric vehicle

The prototype has been spotted at the firm's secretive test lab in Hollister, and was spotted because of its strange shape and ability to hover. Earlier this year it was revealed Page appeared to be privately investing in two separate flying car firms, providing them with $100m. Zee.Aero was set up in 2010, working on a small, all-electric plane that could take off and land vertically – essentially a flying car.

China's biggest ever stealth warship takes shape

Leaked images (insets) show the progress of Asia's most powerful warship (pictured is an artist impression). Called Type 005 destroyer, this vessel is set to be armed with electromagnetic railguns that can shoot down missiles and attack land targets. The battle ship is packed with weapons and stealth capabilities. It also has a full displacement of over 14,000 tons,128 vertical launch system cells and electronic warfare systems. Type 005 is expected to hit the high seas late 2017 or early 2018.

The Pentagon’s Joint Improvised Threat-Defeat Organization has developed a suite of apps to help detect hidden improvised explosive devices (IEDs) and keep soldiers connected.

The event will take place at Apple's Cupertino HQ on October 27th, and is expected to see a range of new Macbook machines with a new 'smartkey' screen above the normal keyboard.

Facebook-owned Instagram has launched a series of update in recent months aimed at making the photo-sharing app safe for all its users. It is not yet known whether the roll out is global.

The new phone has been designed by the Reading-based technology business Bullitt, which is also behind Caterpillar rugged mobiles. It is currently only available in Europe.

Just 3,800 Grauer's gorillas (Gorilla beringei graueri) are left in the wild

Just 3,800 Grauer's gorillas (Gorilla beringei graueri) are left in the wild, according to the study in the journal PLOS ONE, describing the world's largest primates' 'catastrophic decline.'

If you are constantly looking at selfies online then you may be guilty of selfie lurking, and Penn State University found this type of viewing behavior is a sign of low self-esteem and life satisfaction.

Stephen Hawking speaks during the launch of the Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence in Cambridge.

Professor Hawking was speaking in Cambridge at the launch of The Leverhulme Centre for the Future of Intelligence, which will explore the implications of the development of AI.

Reports have emerged that a child conceived using a nuclear replacement technique to help parents avoid passing on a disease may have already been used in China.

Watch what a fully-autonomous Tesla can do: Impressive video shows a car drive through town and parallel park by itself

The video shows the vehicle leaving someone's garage in California, driving on a busy road, navigating through a car park and parallel parking (top left) itself. Musk claimed the technology will soon enable 'full autonomy all the way from LA to New York,' saying this would be achieved 'without the need for a single touch.' In the video (screenshot right) someone is in the driver's seat, but the company stressed this was for legal reasons and the driver did not drive the car for the whole journey.

Archaeologists uncovered the medical find at the the site of Bathonea, first discovered in 2007 after the waters of Lake Kucukcekmece, west of Istanbul, were lowered by drought.

Moscow's Fund for Perspective Research has claimed Russia is leading the charge in resistant material research for aircraft flying at sustained speeds of Mach 5 and above.

Researchers from the German Aerospace Center (DLR) lab in Berlin used radar data collected by Nasa's Magellan space probe combined with ESA's Venus Express mission data.

Scientists at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee developed an electrochemical process that uses tiny spikes of carbon and copper to turn carbon dioxide into ethanol.

A team at the Outer Solar System Origins Survey (Ossos) in Canada, France and Hawaii, have found that L91 has a strange orbit which takes it far away from the sun.

Researchers with a National Geographic expedition found that the massive stone tomb in the ancient city Nan Madol, on the island Pohnpei, was built for the first chief 100 years earlier than thought.

Mysterious piece of aluminium 'could be part of ancient UFO' that visited 250k years ago

The mysterious is said to have been found in Romanian town of Aiud in 1973 but kept under wraps at the time. Builders working on the shores of the Mures River not far from the central Romanian town of Aiud found three objects 10 metres (33 feet) under the ground. One of these was the mystery metal object (pictured).

A man plays a Sony Playstation virtual reality game at the annual Ani-Com show in Hong Kong on July 29, 2016 ©Anthony Wallace (AFP/File)

Sony's virtual reality device is now on sale in countries around the world including the UK, US and Japan and with a price tag of $399 (£349), is cheaper than some of its rivals.

The Periscope Producer feature will let media companies and other users pipe live video feeds directly into Twitter, without using a smartphone to record the images.

Berkshire-based Roger Shawyer filed a patent for a new version of the EMDrive, which includes a super-conducting plate on one end to make the thrust even more powerful.

Mark Robert Anderson, Professor in Computing and Information Systems at Edge Hill University, explores the benefits and concerns of using robot babies to encourage parenthood in Japan.

Scientists at the University of Adelaide studied ancient DNA extracted from bones and teeth found in caves across Europe, to trace the origins of animals depicted in cave paintings.

The procedure, which was carried out in Mooloolaba, Australia, was funded by Sea Life's marine animal welfare centre in Weymouth, Dorset.

Hundreds of snow leopards are killed illegally every year in remote mountains from China to Tajikistan, further endangering the big cats that number only a few thousand in the wild.

GCHQ, the Government's listening post, based in Cheltenham, is releasing its first puzzle collection, as well as a Sudoku and picture board conundrum for its competition.

The justices' ruling, due by the end of June, could have a long-term impact for designers and product manufacturers if it limits the penalties for swiping a patented design.

A bus driver has filmed mysterious lights hovering above a hotel in North Carolina that has sent UFO enthusiasts into a frenzy.

US YouTuber DoctorGTA claimed his video was removed by the US arm of Samsung after posting a video with the Note 7 mod (pictured) and received a three month strike from YouTube.

EXCLUSIVE: Forces in England, Wales and Northern Ireland logged 455 sightings from members of the public between 2010 and 2015. Norfolk and Suffolk saw the highest number of reports.

A small probe hoped to make history by becoming the first European spacecraft to survive a landing on Mars, controlled from the European Space Operations Centre in Darmstadt, Germany.

Dr Theodore Berger from the University of Southern California has teamed up with Bryan Johnson, founder of Braintree, to develop prototypes of the brain implant device for humans.

The report from London-based human right charity Amnesty International ranks 11 companies that run the world's most popular messaging apps, including Skype, Snapchat and Facebook Messenger.

Working mothers are often said to be distracted. But a new study shows women with children are actually more productive than their childless colleagues, especially if they have more than one child.

In this Thursday, Oct. 20, 2016 photo a 19th century bronze statue of Puritan John Winthrop, by sculptor Richard Saltonstall Greenough, stands outside the First Church in Boston, in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood. The famously straight-laced 17th-century sectarians who helped settle America weren't nearly as priggish as you might think, says leading Puritan scholar Francis Bremer, who points to a love letter that Winthrop wrote in 1618 to his wife Margaret as an example of Puritan passion. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

Francis Bremer, a professor emeritus of history at Pennsylvania's Millersville University, is presenting his latest research next week at Boston's Old South Meeting House.

The Shenzhou-11 spacecraft blasted off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in the Gobi desert in the early hours of this morning, on a mission to its orbiting laboratory.

Ray Taylor, from Alcester, had dug the bowl up in his garden when planting rhubarb, and used it to create a DIY bird bath. But a museum has now revealed it is a 2,000-year-old Roman bowl.

The Avatar XPrize aims to develop 'limitless travel' avatars that can be rented and controlled remotely by a human operator, who will be able to hear, see, and feel what the robot is experiencing.

Researchers from Harvard University m Columbia University's Zuckerman Institute, and the University of California, set out to test whether teens' sensitivity to reward could also make them better at learning.

Scientists from Jinan University in China say they have created a new fibre suitable for sewing into tailorable textiles that can capture and release solar power.

By analysing the findings from a large number of studies carried out on work ethic, researchers from Radford University in Virginia found no difference in work ethic across the generations (stock image).

The update to the California-based social network's Messenger app appears to be limited to a small number of users at present. It's not known in which regions the feature has been rolled out.

Researchers from the University of Michigan (UM) led the dig, which recovered the majority of the remains (pictured), after a handful of bones were initially found at the site two years ago.

Researchers at MIT's Plasma Science and Fusion Center in Cambridge, Massachusetts, broke the record for plasma pressure in fusion reactors by 15 per cent.

The firm is rumoured to be putting the finishing touches to an all in one desktop PC - and today sent out invites for an event in New York on the 26th October where it is expected to be unveiled.

Samsung said its operating profit for the July-September period would stand at around 7.8 trillion won, compared to 7.39 trillion won a year ago ©Jung Yeon-Je (AFP/File)

Samsung Electronics on Friday flagged a 5.5-percent rise in operating profits, even as it struggles with a damaging global smartphone recall and a shareholde...

The incredible new image was captured using the Very Large Telescope Interferometer (VLTI), located at the ESO's Paranal Observatory in Chile.

Writing for The Conversation, Simon Horobin, Professor of English Language and Literature at the University of Oxford, explains the true meanings of commonly misused phrases.

Chicago-based HBar Technologies was first funded by Nasa in 2002 but is now looking for an additional $200,000 (£163,000) to advance the idea into a working concept.

The gorilla was hunted by armed police and zoo keepers equipped with tranquilliser darts before he was subdued after more than 90 minutes on the run after escaping his London Zoo enclosure.

The announcement by the ScanPyramids team comes at the end of a year-long project to scan the Old Kingdom pyramids. Further tests are being conducted to find out more about the hidden rooms.

This week, the Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System (ALIAS) tested a robot co-pilot in a single engine plane that took off from a small airport in Virginia.

Called Nintendo Switch, the new system connects to the TV when mounted in its dock – and when removed, it transitions to ‘portable mode’ to be played through a handheld device.

German filmmaker, Werner Herzog, takes viewers on a journey into the depths of active volcanoes around the world in his latest documentary 'Into the Inferno', which premiers October 28 on Netflix.

Amazon may soon offer its own internet service to consumers, first in Europe, a person briefed in the discussion told The Information. The internet access would be bundled with Prime video.

The trio are funding an ambitious $100 million (£76 million) project known as 'Breakthrough Listen', which will listen for signals from ET on Proxima b, a rocky planet that is just four light years away.

The Bermuda Triangle in the North Atlantic Ocean has been blamed for hundreds of vanishing planes and ships, but now researchers have come up with a theory that could explain it all.

The 'Griffin Warrior' found buried in a tomb packed with treasure in Greece has been seen by archaeologists for the first time in 3,500 years after a specialist reconstructed the ancient man's face.

The data was captured a decade ago by the Chandra x-ray observatory, but remained in the archive until it was discovered by a team led by researchers at the University of Alabama.

Almost a century after UB-85 vanished beneath the waves, marine engineers believe they may have stumbled across the 148ft wreck off Stranraer, Wigtownshire.

Professor William Seales from the University of Kentucky wants to use the technique on Herculaneum scrolls and The British Museum's Book of the Dead (pictured).

Samsung has no plans to reuse the 2.5m recalled Galaxy Note 7 devices. However, Greenpeace told it is an environmental disaster to waste the resources used in making these phones.

Liftoff occured at 7:45 p.m, and the Antares was visible along much of the East Coast, including Washington, New York and Boston.

YouTube channel, Now You See It, studies the influence of shapes on characters’ personalities in a new video and how geometry affects the visual storytelling of the films we love.

Researchers from the Trimontium Trust are investigating ancient ruins at Beitar in Israel in the hopes of linking Roman ruler Quintus Lollius Urbicus to a siege in Scotland.

Elytron is working with Nasa to test a scaled version of its aircraft concept, at Nasa's Ames Research Centre in California. Wind-tunnel tests are expected to take place early in 2017.

Armed men in camouflage gear came out of nowhere to stop a pair of adventure bikers who had discovered a secret back gate to the infamous Area 51 in Nevada, which is supposed to house UFOs.

The German automaker, headquartered in Munich, unveiled its Motorrad Vision Next 100, a sleek, self-balancing prototype the company released as part of its 100th anniversary celebrations.

There is a new puzzle by Playbuzz which asks you to find the number in a black and white starry background. It seems only the eagle-eyed are able to find it so put yourself to the test and see if you can.

The puzzle, which has been labeled the ' High IQ Intelligence Test ', was posted on the Sales-Fiction Facebook page on October 4 along with the message: 'Share if you understand'.

The map, created by scientists at the University of Bonn, covers the entire sky and is the most detailed study yet of the hydrogen from stars in our galaxy.

Airbus aims to end traffic jams with self-flying air taxis and the firm revealed its first conceptual drawings. Called Vahana, it seats one person under a canopy that retracts like a motorcycle helmet visor.

Michael Jantzen, an inventor and artist, has a created a concept home called the Malleable Autonomous Retreat House that unfolds or shuts to adapt to the environment.

Archaeologists have discovered the remains of an ancient tower thought to have once stood atop Jerusalem’s ‘Third Wall,’ breached during the Roman siege of the city 2,000 years ago.

Videos at the Nouabalé-Ndoki National Park in the Republic of Congo shed light on the evolution of teaching, showing how chimps learn from their mothers to catch termites with ‘fishing probes.’

Scientists from the Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology in Germany analysed stable nitrogen and carbon isotopes in local plant foods and 101 bonobo hair samples.

The Guardian vessel is a ‘submersible unmanned surface vehicle’ that creates a bubble of gas around itself to minimize friction, allowing it to hit a top speed of roughly 40 mph.