Researchers have developed simple rules to permit elementary robots to interact and cooperate on tasks.
Friday, 01 March 2013 23:37

Will rats form the new hive-mind?

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Scientists have constructed an Internet-based brain-to-brain link between a rat in North Carolina and one in Brazil.
Wednesday, 02 January 2013 23:11

Which dinosaur would have tasted best?

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Sauropod neck could be a delicacy! When palaeontologists gather around the barbecue, beer in hand, talk will generally turn to thoughts of the best dinosaur…
A long line of celebrities seem to jump out of their skins promoting all kinds of weird ' Science.'
Tuesday, 20 November 2012 13:03

Pope Benedict is right

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At least when it comes to the so-called Mayan Doomsday date.
Researchers have developed techniques to remotely control cockroaches with a plan to use them in search-and-rescue operations in confined spaces.
A well-preserved juvenile woolly mammoth was recently discovered in Siberian ice close to the Arctic Ocean.
A long-term study of Danish mobile phone use has unequivocally determined that there is no connection between mobile phone use and various cancers of the…
Tuesday, 20 September 2011 00:03

Gamers become expert protein folders

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Sometimes scientific progress comes from the most unexpected of sources. Molecular biology researchers harness the ingenuity of online gamers to solve a 10-year-old problem.
Following yesterday's unceremonious prod down the stern slide of HMNZS Tangaroa, 'Happy Feet,' the Emperor Penguin who washed up on a New Zealand beach, is…

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