The chance of global temperatures temporarily reaching 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels over the next five years is already 40 percent, rising, global news agencies reported, cited by the BTA.
Windows will soon unveil the most significant update of the past decade, aimed at providing economic opportunities for developers and creators. That's what Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said at a virtual conference today, quoted by BHP.
Chimpanzees adapt handshakes according to their social group, a 12-year study cited by France Press found.
By the end of April, 310 million mobile devices in China had been connected to 5G networks, the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology said Tuesday.
American scientists at the University of St. Louis have proved that after a mild form of Covid-19, immune cells remain in the body that can produce antibodies against the coronavirus throughout life, writes the magazine. “Natcher,” quoted by BTA.
Archaeologists from the United States have taught artificial intelligence to independently recognize and classify ancient ceramics, writes the magazine. Journal of Arkyological Science.
A study for the most extreme surface temperatures on Earth showed that the hottest areas were Iran's Louth Desert and the North American Sonora Desert, Sciens Alert reported.