Nature | July 3rd, 2015, 21:29 CEST | by Kovu
A new study led by Dr. Sabrina Engesser from the University of Zurich reveals that the chestnut-crowned babbler from Australia is capable of creating new meaning in their language by rearranging combinations of meaningless sounds in its calls.
Paleontology | July 3rd, 2015, 21:00 CEST | by Kovu
An international team of paleontologists discovered an exciting new genus and species of oviraptorid dinosaur that lived in southern China during the late Cretaceous period: Huanansaurus ganzhouensis.
Paleontology | July 1st, 2015, 22:31 CEST | by Kovu
An international team of paleontologists described a new basal sauropodiform dinosaur from material originally unearthed in the 1930ies: Sefapanosaurus zastronensis.
Paleontology | July 1st, 2015, 21:20 CEST | by Kovu
Paleontologists led by Dr. Ben Pabst unearthed Switzerland's largest dinosaur skeleton: an 8 m long Plateosaurus.
Wetter | 30. Juni 2015, 22:49 CEST | by WetterBerger
Die Rapperswiler Wetterdaten des vergangenen Monats, erfasst und zusammengefasst von Walter Berger.
Computing | June 30th, 2015, 21:08 CEST | by Kovu
Scientists from the University of Tsukuba, Japan, have created a touch-sensitive holographic laser-system a user can directly interact with: "Fairy Lights in Femtoseconds".
Gran Turismo | June 28th, 2015, 00:04 CEST | by Kovu
Polyphony Digital has released GT6 update v1.20 this week, bringing the highly anticipated SRT Tomahawk VGT concept cars and the updated 2015 Goodwood Hillclimb to the game.
Nature | June 23rd, 2015, 21:29 CEST | by Kovu
According to a new study led by Dr. Gerardo Ceballos from the Universidad Autónoma de México, Earth is currently entering its sixth major mass extinction event.
Jurassic Park | June 17th, 2015, 22:53 CEST | by Kovu
Yesterday I have been in Jurassic World, and - being a JP veteran - I must admit it's better than I initially thought. I actually think it's better than Jurassic Park ///, but it can't really catch up with Steven Spielberg's original Jurassic Park and The Lost World.
Paleontology | June 15th, 2015, 13:32 CEST | by Kovu
Dreadnoughtus schrani, a giant titanosaurian sauropod from Argentina that has been described last year, wasn't as big and heavy as initially thought.