Researchers analysed data from multiple research papers on dehydration and cognitive ability.
The malicious website can then be used to recruit machines for botnets, sell counterfeit merchandise, steal credentials, or infect computers with malware.
Researchers create a haunting musical composition from data gathered during the August Solar Eclipse
The team from Georgia Institute of Technology in the US watched countless videos of total eclipses to develop the correct tone and pacing for the piece.
The steps are primarily designed for use in homes, where elevators and escalators are too expensive to install.
Cardiologists preparing to perform heart valve replacements can now use customisable 3D-printed models of the organ to assist them with the surgeries.
The magnetic field of Uranus flips on and off like a switch: Study based on data collected by NASA's Voyager
This is much different from Earths magnetosphere, which typically only switches between open and closed in response to changes in the solar wind.
The machines can switch reversibly between two different shapes and could be used to make nanotech sensors, amplifiers and even a molecular computer.
More than half of selfies on Instagram are posted to show off a persons appearance, including make-up and clothes, scientists say.
The compositions by the robot sound like a fusion of jazz and classical music.
What scientists are saying about LIGO's third discovery of gravitational waves from colliding black holes
The discovery of gravitational waves for the first time in 2016 was the biggest science story of the year, if not the century.
The vulnerability could lead to a new class of malicious strikes, which the researchers have dubbed as "Cloak and Dagger" attacks.
Two swarms of autonomous drones engaged each other in a simulated battle at a military facility in the US
The technique uses layers of shape memory polymers, with the layers designed to respond differently to heat.
Saturn's moon Titan has sticky electrically charged sand that lets you build sandcastles without water
The particles that cover the surface of Saturn's largest moon, Titan, are "electrically charged", show results of an experiment
Seeing is believing? Amid fears of fraud, US colleges now vet applicants from China by video interview
American colleges sorting through a record number of applications from China are increasingly turning to video interviewing services to assess students' language skills, get a feel for their personality — and weed out fraudsters.