Archeologist finds sunken German submarine from WWI

The well-preserved wreck of a First World War German submarine, possibly still containing the remains of its 23 crew members, has been found by a marine archeologist off the Belgian coast. Tomas Termote...

10 Facebook PPC Tips to Make Your Life Easier

Facebook PPC has become one of the most effective advertising strategies in the history of advertising. With over two billion users, virtually any type of business can make an extraordinary use of utilizing Facebook...

16 Percent of Small Businesses Rely on a Single Customer

New research shows some U.S. small businesses walking a tightrope by relying on one customer for half or more of their revenue. However, the ninth annual DNA of an entrepreneur report from Hiscox (LON:HSX) is...

Google buys big piece of HTC in billion-dollar bet on devices

Google is biting off a big piece of device manufacturer HTC for $1.1 billion US ($1.4 billion Cdn) to expand its efforts to build phones, speakers and other gadgets equipped with its arsenal...

Believing These 3 Myths About Duplicate Content will Keep Your Business From Growing

You run a website and you are worried about duplicate content. Hey, everyone is. The rules are pretty clearly written in Google’s policy on the matter, yet the way those rules are enforced isn’t....

Uncertain future of the North Atlantic right whale linked to its tiny prey

The fate of one of the world's largest living animals depends on one of the smallest.   Scientists are studying a northward shift of the North Atlantic right whales and their speck-sized...

Mexico earthquake: soft soil makes capital shake like it was 'built on jelly'

The soft soil that lines the ancient lake bed that Mexico City is built on amplified the shaking from Tuesday's earthquake and increased its destructive force, seismologists say, as they try to better...

4 in 10 Canadians think science is a matter of opinion, poll suggests

Are scientific findings a matter of opinion? Forty-three per cent of Canadians agree that they are, suggests a new poll. The survey found widespread concerns about fake news — 66 per cent of respondents agreed with the...

Scientists want to sail the seas of Titan

​Now that the Cassini mission to Saturn has come to an end, scientists are hoping to return, not just to the ringed planet itself, but to its moon Titan. And they want to explore it...

Scientists edit embryos' genes to study early human development

The embryo on the left is unedited, whereas the right has been edited to prevent it producing the OCT4 protein. The unedited embryo forms a stable structure called a 'blastocyst' but the...