Computing | 1. März 2015, 17:12 CET | by Kovu
Die USA bekräftigen nun die Netzneutralität und geben den priorisiert behandelten Internet-Verbindungen gegen Bezahlung eine abfuhr.
Paleontology | March 1st, 2015, 16:40 CET | by Kovu
Russian hunters made a sensational discovery last year: the worlds first permafrost-preserved baby of woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis).
Wetter | 1. März 2015, 15:04 CET | by WetterBerger
Die Rapperswiler Wetterdaten des vergangenen Monats, erfasst und zusammengefasst von Walter Berger.
Gran Turismo | February 26th, 2015, 23:20 CET | by Kovu
GT6 update v1.16 has been released today, bringing the Mini Clubman VGT racecar, Mid-Field Raceway, B-Spec and paintable rear wings.
Gran Turismo | February 24th, 2015, 21:21 CET | by Kovu
The next update of GT6 is going to be a big one: John Cooper Works Mini, Midfield Raceway and B-Spec mode!
Paleontology | February 24th, 2015, 00:49 CET | by Kovu
Paleontologists Dean Lomax of the University of Manchester and Judy Massare of Brockport College in New York have described a new species of ichthyosaur that lived during the early Jurassic, between 189 and 182 million years ago: Ichthyosaurus anningae.
Nature | February 23rd, 2015, 00:41 CET | by Kovu
According to a new study released in Proceedings B of Royal Society, honey bees and bumblebees could profit from growing plants like tobacco in terms of beating parasites.
Nature | February 18th, 2015, 21:36 CET | by Kovu
According to new research led by Prof. Vladimir Dinets from the University of Tennessee, who already discovered that crocodilians can use lures to hunt, these reptiles can be very playful characters too.
Nature | February 18th, 2015, 00:06 CET | by Kovu
According to genetic scientists led by Prof. Jianzhi Zhang from the University of Michigan, penguins (members of Spheniscidae) lack three out of five basic vertebrate tastes: sweet, umami and bitter.
Paleontology | February 15th, 2015, 16:57 CET | by Kovu
A team of paleontologists from China and the United States has described two new small mammaliaforms that lived during the Jurassic period, between 165 and 160 million years ago: Agilodocodon scansorius, the earliest-known tree-dwelling mammaliaform, and Docofossor brachydactylus, the earliest-known subterranean mammaliaform.