Google, Intel, Qualcomm, and others stop supplying Huawei after Gov’t ban

Let slip the HTMLs of war.

Ultra-processed foods cause weight gain, over eating, according to a new study

Just because it tastes good, it doesn’t mean it’s good for you.

Fleets of driverless cars could smoothen traffic by at least 35%

The roads of the future could be safer and faster if all cars were autonomous.

Fossil Friday: Alcmonavis poeschli, the second-oldest bird we’ve ever found

Ca-CAW!

Solid-state refrigerators based on “plastic crystals” could one-day revolutionize cooling

In the future, refrigerators could become as small as microchips.

The world decreased coal energy usage for the first time since the Industrial Revolution

Every year, the world used to add more coal-fired power plants. Not anymore!

Nearly one quarter of West Antarctica ice is unstable, melting, study reports

That’s a LOT of ice.

99% of the world’s electric buses are in China

They’re miles and miles ahead.

The ISS starts experimenting with a photo-bioreactor

A hybrid bio-technology could pave the way for future space missions.

Bermuda might hold the key to a whole new type of volcano

We didn’t know volcanoes can form in this way.

Study proposes five new rules to prevent antibiotic resistance “disaster”

Appear weak where you are strong. Appear strong where you are weak. Show “humility in the face of natural selection.”

Scientists solve 100-year-old mystery of yellow desert glass prized by Egyptian pharaohs

These exceptions desert gems were created by a powerful meteorite impact.

Ancient Romans used molten iron to repair their stone-paved roads

Potholes have been causing humans headaches since ancient times.

Bedbugs roamed the land along with T-Rex

Bedbugs have been alive far longer than humans have.

Researchers create bacteria synthetic DNA

Move away, Nature — come in, Life 2.0.

British scholar claims to have decoded the mysterious Voynich Manuscript

But many critics say that his interpretation is flawed.

Humans and Neanderthals diverged at least 800,000 years ago, new teeth study shows

This just goes to show how complex our evolutionary history really is.

NASA wants you to take photos of trees — to see how much carbon they can store

Help NASA by looking at trees.

Scientists develop plant-based, environmentally-friendly alternative to Styrofoam

Finally, an alternative to Styrofoam we can all support.

The unlikeliest catch: sea creatures found trapped in amber

Talk about a stunning find!