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Apple’s new machine dismantles iPhones to extract minerals that can be reused and recycled.The machine, called Daisy, is 10 meters in length and has five robotic arms. To remove iPhone batteries, Daisy blasts the smartphones with freezing air then pops out the screws. The remaining components are sent to recyclers where the minerals are extracted a…
 
A high school student from New York has discovered a planet that is nearly seven times the size of Earth during a NASA internship.Seventeen-year-old Wolf Cukier [SOO-kee-uh r] found the planet, now named TOI 1338b, during his summer internship at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Maryland.It was Cukier’s second internship at the same…
 
The Silver Whisper ship has embarked on a journey around the world to visit all seven continents.Silversea Cruises, which owns the Silver Whisper ship, is acclaimed for its luxury cruise ships designed for few guests and its personalized service. The company boasts of 9 cruise ships that travel to 900 locations worldwide. According to Silversea, th…
 
Almost 500 million people around the world do not have jobs or lack access to decent jobs, according to the United Nations’ International Labour Organization (ILO).The ILO releases its World Employment and Social Outlook (WESO) report annually to share updates and trends in employment, unemployment, and labor issues. For 2020, the report highlights…
 
A study found that too much stress and exhaustion are associated with a fatal heart disorder known as atrial fibrillation (AFib), which causes irregular and fast heart rate.AFib can cause strokes and other heart diseases. Most patients with the disease experience chest pain, difficulty breathing, rapid heartbeat, and extreme tiredness. However, sym…
 
A college professor has earned public attention after his student uploaded a video of him and his unconventional ways of teaching.Dr. David Wright is a 69-year-old Tidewater Community College professor who is known for his zany physics experiments. Erica Church, one of Wright’s students, filmed his lessons and posted a compilation on Twitter. Since…
 
The United States is seeing a positive trend in the growth of its hotel industry, but a lack of manpower threatens to hamper this expansion, according to a report.A report by media company Skift revealed that US hotel companies are seeing continuous growth and expansion of operations. However, a severe labor shortage is causing delays in many proje…
 
The world’s oceans are currently losing oxygen, a nature conservation organization reported.According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), around 700 areas in oceans around the world have low oxygen levels. This is a stark increase from only 45 sites back in the 1960s. The organization also found that the volume of anoxic w…
 
Experts have warned about the risks of vitamin B12 deficiency among vegans and recommended ways on how to get sufficient levels of the vitamin.A vegan diet is rich in fiber and low in cholesterol, but it lacks some nutrients like vitamin B12. This vitamin, which is responsible for keeping nerves and blood cells healthy, is naturally present in anim…
 
A study done in the Netherlands suggests that children who engage in effort-focused self-talk can improve their math scores.Two forms of self-talk are effort-focused and ability-focused. Effort-focused self-talk includes mantras like, “I will do my best” or “I am going to try very hard.” In contrast, ability-focused self-talk involves statements li…
 
Nearly 300 million personal data from Facebook users were compromised and made available to the public for almost two weeks.Cyber security consultant Bob Diachenko, together with UK tech research company Comparitech, discovered a public database containing names, phone numbers, and user IDs of registered Facebook accounts late last year. Most owner…
 
Indian food delivery company Zomato might soon take over the Indian branch of Uber Eats, Uber’s online food ordering and delivery platform.Rivals Uber and Zomato have started merger talks in 2019. The two companies are still in the middle of negotiations, but Financial Express reports that the deal’s completion may happen soon. The sale is estimate…
 
New data show that online enrollments in the United States continue to have a steady increase in recent years.The latest data on distance education enrollments from the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) show that more students are enrolling online at all levels of postsecondary education. Between 2016 and 2017, the number of st…
 
A recent study revealed that dogs can process numbers the same way humans do.Previous studies have shown that animals use the approximate number system (ANS) to quickly estimate the number of things present in a particular situation. However, these studies only observed trained animals, which cast doubt on the idea of animals’ numerical skills bein…
 
Two teenage sisters from Texas, United States, create and sell origami to raise funds for children around the world who have no access to sanitary water.Isabelle and Katherine Adams founded a nonprofit organization called Paper For Water in 2011 back when they were eight and five years old, respectively. They set up the nonprofit after learning tha…
 
Google Chrome has released a new version that warns users if their passwords have been previously stolen.Through this new security feature, the browser will alert users if the credentials they enter on a website have been previously uncovered by hackers. Chrome will also prompt users to change any password that has been compromised.The new feature …
 
A volunteer group in Thailand created 3D crosswalks to make roads safer for pedestrians.Students and volunteers used optical illusions to make the crossings look like they are floating. So far, the group has painted six floating crosswalks, which are situated around schools and temples in Thailand. The group’s latest project is a crossing outside t…
 
A recent study revealed that blue light emitted from screens does not actually disrupt sleeping patterns.Previous studies have pointed out that blue light suppresses the body’s production of melatonin, a hormone that regulates an individual’s sleep cycle. Reduced melatonin levels may lead to sleeping problems, like insomnia. Thus, phone developers …
 
A global alliance has launched an innovative competition aimed at creating sustainable and eco-friendly air-conditioning systems.The alliance, comprised of the Indian government, nonprofit organization Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI), and other international partners, launched the Global Cooling Prize competition. The goal of this competition is to …
 
Tim Berners-Lee, the pioneer of the World Wide Web, launches a plan to fix issues related to the Internet.According to Berners-Lee, the plan was created as a way to act against the prevalence of issues like misinformation, privacy violations, and surveillance on the Internet. The plan involves the Contract for the Web, a document that requires gove…
 
Swiss multinational food and beverage company Nestlé is turning over its ice cream enterprise in the United States to UK-based ice cream manufacturer Froneri.The deal, which puts brands like Nestlé Ice Cream and Häagen-Dazs / ˈhɑːɡəndæs / under Froneri’s management, costs $4 billion. The acquisition makes Froneri the second largest ice cream manufa…
 
American crowdfunding platform GoFundMe released its 2019 report featuring the most generous US states and countries around the world.GoFundMe allows individuals to start fundraising campaigns for certain causes, events, or organizations and opens the campaigns for people to donate money through debit or credit cards. To start, users have to indica…
 
Demand for food might increase by almost 80% in 2100 as the global population continues to grow and people become taller and larger, a new study has found.Experts from the University of Göttingen / ˈgœt ɪŋ ən / expect a marked increase in global food consumption by the end of the century. The researchers said that 60% of this rise will mainly resul…
 
A recent study found that food labels that indicate how much exercise is needed to burn calories can encourage people to opt for healthier food choices.Researchers from Loughborough University in the United Kingdom have found that putting exercise labels on food packaging can help people reduce their daily calorie intake by about 200 calories. The …
 
Estonia has outranked all European countries in a global academic ability test, and the small country is now planning to teach its best practices to the world.Every three years since 2000, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) administers a test called the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) to 79 count…
 
A new study suggests that bad dreams can prepare people for fear-causing situations.In a study published in the journal Human Brain Mapping, neuroscientists from the University of Geneva, the University Hospitals of Geneva in Switzerland, and the University of Wisconsin in the United States looked into the brains’ reaction to different types of dre…
 
As part of its commitment to curb its plastic use, Air New Zealand has introduced coffee cups that can be eaten.The airline reportedly serves around eight million cups of coffee each year. Last October, it attempted to cut down its waste by using plant-based coffee cups. Now, Air New Zealand is taking its waste reduction a step further by using edi…
 
A 12-year-old boy from Oregon, United States, formed a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping homeless people.Symond Boschetto / bo-SCHÉT-to / founded the nonprofit organization called Share Hope USA when he was only eight years old. According to Symond, he got the idea of putting up the organization when he went past a homeless man who was as…
 
Scientists have modified the genes of a certain type of bacterium to use it to fight climate change.Escherichia coli [esh-uh-RIK-ee-uh KOH-lahy] (E. coli) is a kind of bacterium that is usually found in human and animal intestines. While some strains are usually associated with food poisoning, most types of this bacterium are not harmful to humans …
 
Brigham Young University (BYU) in Idaho retracted its Medicaid insurance ban after student uproar.The BYU, like other schools in the United States, requires students to have health insurance first before enrolling in classes. For years, the school has accepted Medicaid, a government program that provides free or low-cost health insurance to people …
 
In hopes of protecting young users from age-restricted content, Instagram is now requiring new users to provide birthdates.This initiative replaces the app’s old method of simply asking new users if they are 13 years old and above. The company adopted the new policy in December 2019. Aside from asking for birthdates, the app now also lets users blo…
 
Japanese company SoftBank has decided to give up its stake in Wag Labs, Inc., a US-based dog-walking startup.In early 2018, SoftBank invested $300 million in Wag!, an app that matches dog owners with available dog walkers in the area. However, after a series of mishaps, the company decided to part ways with the startup.Sources speculate that SoftBa…
 
Tech giants Google and Qualcomm have partnered to make digitized IDs available in Android R, Google’s upcoming operating system.Currently under development, the new feature will function using a system called Android Identity Credential API. This system will enable IDs like passports and driver's licenses to be stored in smartphones.The new feature…
 
A study by the National Literacy Trust, a charity that advocates children’s literacy, revealed that a reading gap exists among children in the United Kingdom.According to the charity, over 380,000 children across the United Kingdom do not own a book. In a survey of more than 56,000 children and adolescents aged nine to 18, the charity found that ov…
 
A study found that some songs originating from different cultures and societies share common patterns, suggesting that music is universal.Samuel Mehr, the study’s lead author, said that he has encountered previous studies saying that music is universal but with no data to support the claim. So, his team decided to look for solid evidence. As an att…
 
A NASA study has revealed that prolonged exposure to zero gravity can affect how blood flows in astronauts’ bodies.When astronauts complained about visual impairment after a few months on board the International Space Station (ISS), NASA decided to investigate. NASA looked at how zero gravity affected the circulation of upper body fluids by examini…
 
Medical technology company Elucid Health has created a reliable smart pill bottle called Pill Connect, which reminds patients to take their medicine on time.Studies in the United Kingdom revealed that a significant number of patients were not taking their medicine as prescribed by doctors. This puts patients’ health at risk and keeps them from mana…
 
Famous plastic food container brand Tupperware unveiled its first pop-up store in upscale SoHo, New York City.Called TuppSoho, the new store was designed to be a one-stop shop for customers’ kitchen organization requirements. The pop-up establishment exclusively sold new cookware intended for preparing, storing, and cooking food. TuppSoho also sold…
 
A Singaporean professor developed an eco-friendly food wrap from soybeans that can replace plastic packaging.William Chen from Nanyang Technological University developed the food wrap from cellulose, which is a substance that helps plants remain sturdy. Although cellulose-based wraps have been in circulation for some time, most are produced from wo…
 
Children with helicopter parents—those who are excessively involved in their child’s life—are likely to suffer from burnout, a study suggests.The new research from Florida State University revealed that helicopter parenting may lead to decreased self-control and difficulties in managing behavior and emotions among young adults.Helicopter parents te…
 
A near-mint condition copy of the very first Marvel comic published sold for $1.26 million at a public auction in Texas.The issue, called Marvel Comics no. 1, was published in 1939 and originally cost only 10 cents. The Certified Guaranty Company, a comic book grading service, gave the comic a 9.4 rating out of 10, making it the top-rated copy of t…
 
Younger workers in the United States tend to feel guilty about taking vacations, according to a new report.Online travel agency Priceline commissioned Savanta, a market research firm, to survey 1,000 full-time employees about their vacation habits. Participants included workers from the Baby Boomer generation, Generation X, Millennials, and Generat…
 
Scientists found that people who have fewer friends in real life are happier than those who have plenty of friends.Researchers from the University of Leeds conducted the study to gain insight into social networks and the changes that happen to these groups over time. The researchers used data from two online surveys, which involved almost 1,500 par…
 
A study has found that artificial light at night is one of the reasons for the diminishing number of insects around the world.The growing concern on the effects of insect decline in ecosystems has urged many researchers to determine its causes. Previous studies have found that habitat loss and climate change are two of the major factors that contri…
 
Researchers created an artificial skin that enables users to feel someone's touch from a distance.A team of scientists from Northwestern University developed the skin, which is a soft, flexible sheet that is six square inches wide. Called the “epidermal VR” system, it is wirelessly powered, eliminating the need for batteries. The device is also wir…
 
Upscale shopping centers in the United States are thriving, while their inexpensive counterparts suffer from store closures.Shopping hubs housing expensive shops like Louis Vuitton and Gucci are seeing good business growth despite the difficulties caused by changing consumer shopping habits. Bloomberg explains that one reason for this is that most …
 
An Indonesian city wants students in elementary and middle school to take care of chicks or grow chili plants to reduce the time they spend online.Bandung City in West Java, Indonesia, adopted an initiative called “chickenization” to take children’s attention away from their electronic devices and the Internet. The program requires children to feed…
 
Scientists from Imperial College London and Great Osmond Street Hospital found that homemade soups are effective in fighting malaria, a mosquito-borne illness.The scientists decided to look into the positive effects of home remedies after the discovery of an antimalarial drug called artemisinin [aar-tuh-MI-suh-nuhn]. The drug comes from a Chinese m…
 
A UK professor’s social media post received negative reactions after being misinterpreted by some netizens.In October, Carrie Paechter [KAR-ee PEECH-ter] of Nottingham Trent University posted a tweet encouraging students to register both their home and university addresses for this year’s UK general elections. Some people saw her tweet as a way to …
 
Electric scooter rental company Bird awards incentives to customers who take selfies wearing helmets.The company has updated its app by adding a new safety feature, which asks riders to snap a selfie while wearing a helmet at the end of each ride. To identify riders who are wearing helmets, the app will employ machine learning technology. These rid…
 
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