Wetter | 30. September 2014, 22:43 CEST | by WetterBerger
Die Rapperswiler Wetterdaten des vergangenen Monats, erfasst und zusammengefasst von Walter Berger.
Paleontology | September 26th, 2014, 00:12 CEST | by Kovu
A team of Canadian and US paleontologists discovered and described a new ankylosaurid genus and species of from New Mexico: Ziapelta sanjuanensis.
Computing | September 24th, 2014, 22:09 CEST | by Kovu
NVIDIA created a demo with their new Voxel Global Illumination technology to reproduce the exact lighting conditions the Apollo 11 mission experienced when Neill Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin walked on the moon an took photos of the landing site.
Paleontology | September 21st, 2014, 22:49 CEST | by Kovu
Paleontologists have described a new species of hadrosaur from a fossil skull that has been unearthed in the 90ies.
Gran Turismo | September 16th, 2014, 22:07 CEST | by Kovu
Polyphony Digital released GT6 Update v1.12 today, bringing the long awaited Zahara de la Sierra track with a new game mode (Sierra Time Rally), plus three new cars.
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
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