Strawberries have come a long way from their origins in the Americas and their early cultivation in France. Local varieties are tastier and healthier than ever.
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Joomie, launched over the weekend at the BBYO International Convention in Dallas, aims to bring Jewish college students together
Prematurely aging arteries not found in women, and can’t be reversed by forgoing the bottle, says new study.
It was the first flight from NASA's legendary Launch Complex 39A since the shuttle program ended almost six years ago, and SpaceX's first liftoff from Florida since a rocket explosion last summer.
'I support the rights of scientists everywhere to freedom of movement, publication and collaboration,' says the scientist.
Israeli startup Articoolo claims its AI engine can create original content on any topic in just minutes – and we won't know the difference.
Cyberattacks during the U.S. presidential election and Hamas’ hacking of Israeli soldiers' smartphones suggest just how pervasive a threat cyber attacks are becoming. Can Israel retain its defensive technological edge? Can citizens retain any privacy?
'Traditionally, militaries have been associated with smoking,' says one researcher, but that's no reason to offer soldiers discounted cigarettes at canteens.
The technology is being put to seemingly good uses, but some researchers disagree.
Saturday's flight begins to clear a logjam of more than 70 missions, worth more than $10 billion, awaiting flights on SpaceX Falcon rockets.