As per recent reports, it has been revealed that the U. S. Navy's two bottlenose dolphins have discovered a rare Howell torpedo. The dolphins, which were trained under the marine mammal program, have found the torpedo that dates back 19th century and was found off the coast of San Diego.
As per reports, it has been revealed that under a project, industrial robots from Germany will be required to spend their life in Australia. Main aim of the project is to improve the accuracy of Global Navigation Satellite System.
Health problems caused due to adhesive cosmetics has become quite a hot topic for discussion in media for some time now. It has been seen that more number of girls have been falling in love with cosmetic eyelash extensions, which gives Bambi effect.
The WWF and TRAFFIC has pulled up its socks against rhino horn trade in Vietnam. They have raised concerns about the same and also have developed a number of advertisements in order to discourage rhino trade in Vietnam.
All diners who were affected by Canberra's largest salmonella outbreak have been discharged from hospital. They were hospitalized for over a week after they were exposed to bad mayonnaise.
Some affected diners are planning to take a legal action against The Copa restaurant in Dickson after 140 people fell ill and 15 were hospitalized because of eating bad mayonnaise at the restaurant.
US researchers have claimed that the brain's original memories can actually be changed or rewritten. Psychologists at the Iowa State University used audio and visual testing to have a better understanding of the strength of people's memories.
A new office has been opened by Cancer Council Queensland in Mackay which was attended by Chief Executive of Cancer Council Jeff Dunn. The opening commenced with a fundraising event named Biggest Morning Tea in the presence of its volunteers as the council marked its 20 years of the beginning of the fundraising event in Australia.