Open cultural data: Curating GLAM in the digital age

With the advancement of digital technology, brick-and-mortar cultural institutions around the world are increasingly expanding to the digital domain, offering users greater access and...

First US recipient of partial face transplant dead at 57

Connie Culp, the first US recipient of a partial face transplant, has died at age 57, according to Ohio's Cleveland Clinic, where she underwent...

Brazilian Amazon fires surge in July

The number of forest fires in the Brazilian Amazon last month rose 28 percent from July 2019, satellite data showed Saturday, fueling fears the...

UK criticizes Twitter, Instagram for being slow to remove rapper Wiley’s posts

British interior minister Priti Patel said on Sunday she had asked Twitter and Instagram for a full explanation of why anti-Semitic comments made by...

Danish Prince Joachium stable after brain clot surgery

Denmark's Prince Joachim, youngest son of Queen Margrethe II, is in a stable condition following surgery on a brain clot in France, the palace said...

France’s love affair with cinema tested by the virus

"I am sick of Netflix. I am sick of an algorithm serving me up the same old thing," said Anne-Sophie Duchamp as she put...

Don’t Stop the Music! Festivals are mounting their own exhibitions amidst the pandemic

While the coronavirus pandemic has put the live music industry on hold, music festivals are filling the void left by the cancellation of their...

Taylor Swift’s ‘folklore’ flies to the top of charts, smashes records

Taylor Swift's newest album, "folklore", has definitely , as it flies to the top of the charts after its release on July 24. The album,...

Despite the success of their online sales, auction houses saw 49% drop in sales

While online-only sales have boomed in reaction to coronavirus-induced lockdowns, a new report by ArtTactic reveals that the global art market is still struggling...

International team of scientists to preserve Lake Titicaca giant frog

An international team of scientific institutions will join forces to preserve the future of the Lake Titicaca giant frog, an endangered species, Bolivia's natural...

What is the bidirectional V2G technology being tested by auto manufacturers?

Audi is just the latest in a string of manufacturers to announce work on a bidirectional recharge system. Auto manufacturers are hoping to do their...

An antibody may be why some women have repeated miscarriages

A Japanese study has indicated that the presence of a newly identified antibody may be responsible for repeated miscarriages in some women. The joint research...

Golden Age Hollywood star Olivia de Havilland dies at 104

Olivia de Havilland, a two-time Oscar winner and one of the last links to Hollywood's Golden Age, died Sunday at the age of...

Underwater summit holds key to future of two Koreas in ‘Steel Rain 2’

How would the leaders of South Korea, North Korea and the United States prevent a war from happening on the Korean Peninsula on a...

Lee Joon-ki, Moon Chae-won partner for marriage suspense in ‘The Flower of Evil’

Lee Joon-ki and Moon Chae-won are returning to the small screen in the upcoming tvN series The Flower of Evil. Lee, Moon, producer Kim Chul-kyu...

Seven ways social distancing will change restaurants

COVID-19 has had a devastating effect on the restaurant industry. While a few restaurants have found ways to provide takeaway and dine-at-home offerings, the...

All Shook Up: Norwegian Elvis impersonator sets world record

A Norwegian Elvis Presley impersonator set a world record on Saturday by singing the legendary entertainer's songs for more than 50 hours straight in...

Quantum loop: US unveils blueprint for ‘virtually unhackable’ internet

US officials and scientists have begun laying the groundwork for a more secure "virtually unhackable" internet based on quantum computing technology. At a presentation Thursday,...

French chef gives traditional ice cream a whipping

He's the new wizard of French ice cream who is sending a chill down the spine of traditionalists. David Wesmael has nothing against a scoop...

NASA announces plans to study the cosmos with a high-flying balloon

On Thursday, NASA a new method which it will be using to better study newly-formed stars: a stratospheric balloon floating 24.6 miles above the Earth's...

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