Gene-edited animals expected to reduce poverty in Africa

A researcher in Edinburgh is leading efforts to develop gene-edited farm animals for poor farmers in Africa. Prof Appolinaire Djikeng is developing cows, pigs and chickens that are resistant to diseases and more productive. Among them are cattle that have...

Bees can solve basic maths problems: Study

A study released on Thursday has shown that bees, despite...

Cyber attacks continue to rise in Bangladesh

The incidents of cyber attacks continue to rise at different...

Crypto exchange founder's death locks $140m

Canada's largest cryptocurrency exchange is unable to access millions in...

New e-commerce rules jolt Amazon in India

India’s revised e-commerce rules caused widespread disruption on Amazon’s India...

Smart materials get stronger like muscle-building: Study

A study published on Thursday in the journal Science reported...

Google disables iPhone app that studied users' digital habits

Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Wednesday it disabled an iPhone...

NASA probe to make closest approach to Sun in April

Just 161 days after its launch, NASA's Parker Solar Probe...