Climate change and civil unrest among the ancient Maya — LiveScience.Tech

An prolonged duration of chaos in the ancient Maya city of Mayapan, in the Yucatan area of Mexico, was marked by population decreases, political competitions and civil dispute. Between... Read more »

White whale carcass that washed up in Victoria ‘around 50 per cent not likely Migaloo’, researchers say

The discovery of a white whale carcass on a beach in far-east Victoria has actually stimulated worries for Migaloo, the renowned (and evasive) humpback who hasn’t been spotted in two years.... Read more »

Scientists pinpoint reason why women may not respond to depression treatments the same as men — LiveScience.Tech

Although treatments for depression exist, often these treatments do not work for numerous who utilize them. Furthermore, women experience greater rates of depression than men, yet the cause for... Read more »

Country areas crunched as influx of tourists and sea-changers demand mobile data

Like numerous local and seaside appeal areas around Australia, Bright has a great issue. Key points: Mobile networks in popular country areas are feeling the pressure of a population... Read more »

UC San Diego study reveals neural circuitry supporting mindfulness-induced pain relief — LiveScience.Tech

For centuries, individuals have actually been utilizing mindfulness meditation to attempt to alleviate their pain, however neuroscientists have actually just just recently had the ability to check if and... Read more »

Scammers stole over $2 billion from Australians last year — more than double 2020’s total: ACCC

Days after the call from “the man from Microsoft”, Brian understood he had actually been scammed of his life’s cost savings. The well-spoken caller had actually sounded out of... Read more »

The evolutionary relationships of two groups of ancient invertebrates revealed — LiveScience.Tech

Kamptozoa and Bryozoa are two phyla of little marine invertebrates. They belong to snails and clams (jointly called mollusks), bristleworms, earthworms, and leeches (jointly called annelids), and ribbon worms... Read more »

Global decrease in tropical cyclones identified by Australian scientists

Tropical cyclones are taking place less often around the globe due to environment modification, Australian scientists have found. Key points: Researchers built a history of tropical cyclones around the... Read more »

Computer scientists’ interactive program aids motion planning for environments with obstacles — LiveScience.Tech

Just like us, robots can’t translucent walls. Sometimes they require a little aid to get where they’re going. Engineers at Rice University have actually established an approach that permits... Read more »

What did Megalodon eat? Anything it wanted — including other predators. — LiveScience.Tech

New Princeton research study reveals that ancient megatooth sharks — the greatest sharks that ever lived — were pinnacle predators at the greatest level ever determined. Megatooth sharks get... Read more »