A new study of Lucy’s bones suggest that A. afarensis have been less bipedal than believed.
Approximately 80,000 people get infected with some form of this bacteria each year, according to the Centers for Disease Prevention and Control.
A new report has come to a truly startling conclusion about mental health in America, and worldwide.
A slaughterhouse recalled several types of product due to a multistate E.coli outbreak.
Researchers discovered that smoking modifies the surface of genes.
A report claims that the Great Barrier Reef has officially died, but the scientific community says otherwise, although, the reef is dangerously close to extinction.
A comet strike millions of years ago may have set off mammalian life.
A new Pew analysis shows that Trump and Clinton supporters can’t get along when it comes to climate change.
As we reported back in May of this year, a survey of federal workers found that 59 percent believe their agencies are having issues understanding how their own systems could be breached by a cyber attack, and 40 percent reported they were unaware of where their key assets were located. Additionally, a surprising 65 percent said […]
Millennial voters feel cybersecurity is important in the election, but not enough discussion has been held to inform the voters of candidate’s positions.
Significant increases in cybersecurity spending over the next five years will open new opportunities for IT professionals.
Hackers outsource the risk and reap the rewards
Litigation adds to the mounting woes of the beleaguered internet giant
Simple strains found with sophisticated evasion techniques