Using a remote-controlled robot submersible, scientists have discovered a new species of poisonous sponge in deep waters off San Diego -- a twig-like carnivore able to survive on the dark, frigid ocean floor.
For the first time since its dinosaur hall opened in 1911, the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History will have a nearly complete T. rex skeleton, which is being delivered by FedEx. New scientific tests suggest a fragment of papyrus in which Jesus speaks of "my wife" is more likely an ancient document than a forgery, according to the Harvard Theological Review. Our fascination with mummies never gets old. Now the British Museum is using technology to unwrap their ancient mysteries, with CT scans and imaging software peering beneath the bandages. Scientists have discovered the earliest example of an advanced cardiovascular system. The well-formed heart and blood vessels were found in the body of a 520-million-year-old shrimp-like species.
Top Cyberthreats Exposed by Verizon Report Beyond Heartbleed, there are cyberthreats vying to take down enterprise networks, corrupt smartphones, and wreak havoc on businesses. Verizon is exposing these threats in a new report.
Where Do Web Sites Stand, Post-Heartbleed? A security firm says the vast majority of Web sites have patched themselves to protect against the Heartbleed bug, but now there are questions raised on the reliability of open-source programs.