Some Antarctic ice shelves have GROWN in the last 20 years despite global warming

Parts of Antarctica have actually gained ice in the past 20 years, new research shows, although the continent is suffering significant losses due to global warming

Parts of Antarctica have actually gained ice over the past 20 years, new research reveals, although the continent is suffering significant losses due to global warming. The researchers say sea ice, pushed against the ice shelves by a change in regional wind patterns, may have helped protect those ice shelves from loss. Ice shelves are … Read more

Reliable leaker claims Apple will finally ditch Lightning port for USB-C in its 2023 iPhones

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple will finally ditch the Lightning port for USB-C in its 2023 iPhone, which will be called the iPhone 15

In 2012, Apple caused mass hysteria among iPhone owners by switching the original 30-pin charging port to its current Lightning port. Now, a reliable leaker claims that Apple may be preparing to change the charging point for the second time. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple will finally ditch the Lightning port for USB-C in its … Read more

MailOnline tests EE’s £400 ‘Nreal Air’ AR glasses that project a cinema-sized screen in front of you

Ahead of their UK launch via EE on May 20, MailOnline's Shivali Best got their hands on the £399.99 smart glasses

The idea of ​​augmented reality sunglasses that instantly project a cinema-sized screen in front of you might sound like a concept from the latest sci-fi blockbuster. But they should become a reality next week, with EE launching the Nreal Air glasses in the UK. The futuristic glasses look like a normal pair of sunglasses from … Read more

Mark Zuckerberg shares first look at Meta’s ‘mixed reality’ headset

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has shared the first look at his company's 'mixed reality' headset, known as Project Cambria

Take a look at ‘The World Beyond’: Mark Zuckerberg shares first look at Meta’s Project Cambria ‘mixed reality’ headset Zuckerberg today shared the first glimpse of mixed reality on Project Cambria Next ‘high-end’ headset to launch later this year, Meta CEO says Mixed reality allows real and virtual elements to interact in an environment By … Read more

Huge green fireball is seen streaking across the sky in Britain

Over 250 members of the public reported the event via the UKMON website, after capturing images and footage on their dashcams and video doorbells.

A huge ball of fire was filmed crossing the sky in Britain. The dazzling meteor burned over South West England just after midnight on Thursday, with sightings in South Wales, Hertfordshire and West Sussex. UK Meteor Network (UKMON), which operates a network of 153 detection cameras recording meteors and fireballs over the UK, said the … Read more

Fossil fuel firms are quietly planning almost 200 ‘carbon bomb’ oil and gas projects

Air pollution comes from burning fossil fuels, cars, cement manufacturing and agriculture

Emissions Carbon dioxide Carbon dioxide (CO2) is one of the main contributors to global warming. Once the gas is released into the atmosphere, it stays there, making it difficult for heat to escape – and warming the planet in the process. It is mainly released by the combustion of fossil fuels such as coal, oil … Read more

Brain fluid from young mice can improve memory in old mice, study shows

Cerebrospinal fluid from young mice improves memory in older mice, researchers report.  This illustration shows an overview of their laboratory experiments - from collecting CSFs from young mice, infusion into old mice, a memory task, RNA sequencing and histology (study of cells under the microscope)

Memory loss was reversed in mice by injecting them with brain fluid from young rodents, raising hopes for future dementia treatments. The researchers collected cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) – a fluid that bathes the brain tissue and spinal cord of all vertebrates – from young adult mice (10 weeks old). They then infused CSF – which … Read more

Spacecraft crash into asteroid at 15K mph is not self-indulgent NASA experiment, writes TOM LEONARD

The DART mission will reach its final phase later this year when the object reaches the asteroid Dimorphos

One day in late September, a box-shaped spacecraft weighing about half a ton will slam into an asteroid seven million miles from Earth at a speed of 15,000 mph, with the aim of propelling it into a new orbit. This suicide mission by a golf-cart-sized craft isn’t just a self-indulgent experiment dreamed up by NASA … Read more

Scientists discover that eyes from organ donors could be ‘brought back to life’

Cells found in the eye's retina may hold the key to reversing death

Is death really reversible? Scientists find organ donor eyes could be ‘brought back to life’ in major breakthrough Donor eyes reacted even to dim light ‘as they do in the living eye’ Retina cells react to light and even communicate five hours after death If these extend to the brain, we could bring living things … Read more