Paleontology | September 15th, 2014, 10:54 CEST | by Kovu
Paleontologists have described a new species of pterosaur that lived in China during the Cretaceous, about 120 millions years ago: Ikrandraco avatar. What sounds like a joke is true: the pterosaur has been named after the dragon-like creatures from James Cameron’s movie Avatar. The name means "Ikran dragon from Avatar".
Paleontology | September 14th, 2014, 23:40 CEST | by Kovu
Newly discovered fossil bones of the legendary but fragmentary Spinosaurus aegyptiacus reveal that this predator - unlike any other known theropod dinosaur - actually was a quadruped animal highly adapted to a semiaquatic life.
Paleontology | September 11th, 2014, 21:12 CEST | by Kovu
Paleontologists led by Dr. Jin Meng of the American Museum of Natural History have discovered three new squirrel-like mammals that lived in China during the Jurassic, about 160 million years ago.
Paleontology | September 10th, 2014, 21:16 CEST | by Kovu
Paleontologists have discovered another new species of titanosaur that lived in Tanzania about 100 million years ago: Rukwatitan bisepultus.
Computing | 9. September 2014, 22:55 CEST | by Kovu
Promis, ihre Nacktbilder und warum sie selber schuld sind.
Motorsport | September 8th, 2014, 22:43 CEST | by Kovu
Yes - the time has come: the all electric Formula E will have its inaugural ePrix on Saturday, 13th of September 2014.
Paleontology | September 5th, 2014, 22:37 CEST | by Kovu
Paleontologists have described a new genus and species of titanosaurian sauropod from Argentina - actually the most complete giant titanosaur that has yet been described: Dreadnoughtus schrani.
Gran Turismo | September 3rd, 2014, 23:18 CEST | by Kovu
GT6 Update 1.12 is coming next week and will finally release the long awaited Zahara de la Sierra track.
Wetter | 1. September 2014, 10:52 CEST | by WetterBerger
Die Rapperswiler Wetterdaten des vergangenen Monats, erfasst und zusammengefasst von Walter Berger.
Nature | August 30th, 2014, 00:50 CEST | by Kovu
A new study led by Dr. Hans Larsson of McGill University in Montreal shows what might have happened when the first marine vertebrates tried to walk out of the water.