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One in five Australians have been victims of image-based abuse, but very few report the offence.
According to the researchers at the University of Vienna, Austria, the findings line up with the fact hat wolves rely on cooperation for hunting, raising pups and defense - unlike dogs.
A record number of children seek help from Childline over suicidal thoughts and feelings.
A study from Kansas State University found American alligators off the Atlantic and Gulf coasts consume four species of shark and a type of stingray as they pass between salty and fresh waters.
The camera that can process images faster than the eye can see.
Rice University researchers found that floodwater from the hurricane created a plume of freshwater in the Gulf of Mexico, threatening coral reefs 100 miles offshore of Galveston, Texas.
The Dutch study explains why cancer cells rapidly break down sugars without producing much energy - a phenomenon discovered in 1920, dubbed the 'Warburg effect'.
According to the researchers at the University of Vienna, Austria, the findings line up with the fact hat wolves rely on cooperation for hunting, raising pups and defense - unlike dogs.
Cut back on chocolate. Cut down on caffeine. Cut out the booze. These are the first things many of us do to lose weight and feel better. But is it really necessary for a long and healthy life?
Researchers from NYU found that 29 percent of college students from nine colleges used said ADHD medication boosted their grades. These students weren't diagnosed with the mental disorder.
New research casts doubt on the idea that dogs are naturally more tolerant and friendly than wolves.
An American robot called Eagle Prime will battle the Japanese Kurata robot in the Megabots Giant Robot Dual league tomorrow, Tuesday, October 17th, 2017 at 7pm PST (10pm EST).
Researchers at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, Ohio found mice with excess levels of these proteins demonstrated a delay in blood vessel dysfunction associated with aging.
Researchers from CIRSFID, University of Bologna in Italy have designed a so-called 'ethical knob' that would allow a car to operate between 'full altruist' and full egoist.'
Researchers from the Israel Antiquities Authority have uncovered the first Roman public structure ever discovered in the city of Jersualem dating from the 2nd or 3rd Century AD.
The TV series Opposite Number was cancelled following a cyber-attack in 2014.
The vast temple, which was uncovered in the Abusir Necropolis in Giza, measures around 110 feet in width and 170 feet (34 by 52 metres) in length.
The futuristic family car called 'Stella Vie,' from Dutch team Eindhoven can carry five people at an average speed of 69 kilometres per hour, and generate its own energy from sunlight.
Australia and France kick off a fresh push Monday to create a vast marine sanctuary in East Antarctica. Part of it will protect an Adélie penguin colony nearly wiped by mass starvation.
Elon Musk outlined more details of his vision for SpaceX's future missions to Mars, during a question and answer session with global users of social media platform Reddit.
In a new study, Dr Josue Ortega from the University of Essex and Mr Philipp Hergovich from the University of Vienna looked at the effect online dating is having on society.
It's the first time this noise has ever been detected.
The discovery last week of two orphaned baby orangutans on Borneo is further evidence that deforestation and illegal hunting are threatening survival of the great apes.
The team led by the University of Manchester compiled information on 90 different species of dolphins, whales, and porpoises and found they form complex relationships like humans (stock image).
Cupertino-based firm Apple is said to be working on a super-capacitor type stylus for a future device, speculated to be the iPhone 11, due for release by 2019.
The two new smartphones were revealed today by Richard Yu, CEO of Huawei Consumer Business Group, at an event in Munich.
The cars are being recalled over a potential airbag safety issue.
Scientists detect the warping of space generated by the collision of two neutron stars.
The discovery was made by two incredibly sensitive detectors in Washington and Louisiana, operated by the Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (Ligo).
A major flaw in wi-fi connections has been revealed by security researchers.
The Dutch regulator says sanctions may be imposed if Microsoft does not comply.
Internet companies need to do more to "stamp out sickening distribution of images and live streaming of abuse online" says a chief constable.
The storm is believed to have picked up dust from the Sahara and debris from forest fires in Spain as it travelled towards England, causing the sun to appear red, creating an an orange glow.
The WWF has warned that wastewater legally discharged continuously from sewage treatment works in England and Wales is not being treated to a high enough standard to protect rivers.
IT will transform the healthcare sector in the Gulf Cooperation Council countries over the coming years
The Mate 10 handsets use a new type of processor to recognise objects being photographed.
A Belgian researcher has uncovered a major weakness in the WPA2 Wi-Fi security protocol that is thought to leave every Wi-Fi network in the world open to attack
The Saetereng family are trying to live a sustainable lifestyle in Akkarfjord, northern Norway.
The chilling warning comes from experts from the Washington DC-based EMP Commission, in a new paper titled 'North Korea Nuclear EMP Attack: An Existential Threat.'
Too many pupils are taking GCSEs early, with pressure on schools a factor, says the exams regulator.
PlayStation has partnered up with Lincolnshire Police to provide extra tuition to specialist drivers using Gran Turismo Sport which involved them doing timed laps at Silverstone race course.
The aircraft sustained only minor damage and landed safely, the Canadian transport minister said.
In a time before photo-editing programmes, some of the most iconic images in history had to be altered by hand to appease the likes of Chairman Mao, Mussolini and Stalin.
The tech giant will extend a scheme which trains young people to help those who suffer cyber-bullying.
Researchers have revealed details of a major problem with the way wi-fi data is protected.
Susan Schneider of the University of Connecticut believes alien civilisations could have forms of artificial intelligence and alien super-intelligence that we haven't yet created on Earth (stock ima
A spy satellite atop an Atlas V rocket blasted off on a classified mission early Sunday morning from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida (pictured).
Experts from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, have been able to crack the process used to generate encryption keys in the WPA2 protocol, designed to protect our privacy.
Hurricane Ophelia is currently approaching south west Ireland and is likely to hit the coast before making its way further east towards Wales and the Isle of Man.
Humans could be 'melded' to machines, giving us huge advancements in the power of human brains, experts told peers at the House of Lords Artificial Intelligence Committee in London.
DCMS is drawing down £25m from the £740m National Productivity Investment Fund to fund a number of testbeds and trials of 5G mobile network technology in the UK
World Land Speed record holder Andy Green describes the sensation of starting up the Bloodhound supersonic car for the first time.
World Land Speed record holder Andy Green describes the sensation of starting up the Bloodhound supersonic car for the first time.
Ellen - one of the first primary school children to transition in the UK - lets readers into her inner world.
The BBC's Stephen McDonell examines China's clampdown on free speech ahead of the party congress.
Made up of over 500 cameras, the Panoptic Studio captures motion without the use of markers.
New digital technology allows people without a voice to sound like themselves for the first time.
According to Carmen Simon, a cognitive scientist and author of the book Impossible to Ignore, there are simple things you can do when you meet someone to ensure you're unforgettable.
Reality Check looks into the numbers of women in the British film industry.
Families with disabled children describe being abused online and in the street.
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