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  • Scientists explain why animals eat what they eat - Scientists at the University of Arizona have directed efforts in researching about the evolution of diet across the animal kingdom. For the study, researchers traced back the history of more than one million animal species from 800 million years, going back to the time when animals first appeared on Earth....
  • Qantas to launch test flights for world’s longest route - According to the latest reports, Qantas airline will adhere to a new test service for its 19 hour flight, in order to assess if the crew and passengers are able to face the marathon journey. According to the new announcement, the airline wishes to launch a non-stop service from Sydney...
  • Pollution and winter closely associated with treatment of heart attack - Scientists have linked angioplasty procedures and treatments for blocked arteries with an increasing rate of pollution in the surrounding areas. Research study presented at ESC Congress 2019 along with World Congress of Cardiology added that the situation is even graver during the winters, when the air is the most polluted....
  • New farming AI technology will help in screening pigs’ emotions - Advancement in Artificial Intelligence will now foster better insights into understanding pigs’ emotions. According to experts, pigs are very headstrong, in addition to being facially very expressive and amenable when their photo are taken. When the pigs walk, their photos are captured with the means of 3D scanners. The newly...
  • Robots could help in washing dishes by understanding animal brain - Next generation of Artificial intelligence (AI) can be empowered from intensive studies of animal brains. Intensive research in the areas will further also help in solving difficult barriers in AI, explains a new theory. Special efforts are drawn by neuroscientist Anthony Zador who has especially worked on understanding artificial neural...

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Microsoft ebooks service reaches a dead end

Microsoft ebooks service reaches a dead end

Microsoft announces the closure of its ebooks services as it is losing access to its libraries. Launched in 2017, the ebook service by...
Happy Or Not: Customer Service Company dedicates feedback terminals as key to flourishing business

Happy Or Not: Customer Service Company dedicates feedback...

Founders of a customer service company, Happy Or Not, talk about their entrepreneurial experience. Started with an intention to monitor customer service and...
MPs in England urge on five-year fund to deal with potholes

MPs in England urge on five-year fund to...

A report released by Commons Transport Committee sheds light on a bigger budget required to tackle the problem of potholes on local roads...

Industry

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France’s Mirazur wins World’s 50 Best Restaurants

France’s Mirazur wins World’s 50 Best Restaurants

In the competition, World’s 50 Best Restaurants, the French restaurant- Mirazur was awarded the title of World’s Best Restaurant.  Run by an Argentine...

Heathrow authorities announce new expansion plans

Heathrow Airport reveals a ‘masterplan’ for expansion. According to the plan, a third runway will be constructed by 2026, to be completed by...
Experts unveil the recipe for a popular YouTube ads

Experts unveil the recipe for a popular YouTube...

New research examines what drives viral ads to popularity. A team of experts from the University of Houston, University of Southern California and...

Healthcare

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Study marks home births as safe as hospital births

Study marks home births as safe as hospital...

Research team of McMaster University has proven that pregnant women who plan for home birth do not have a greater chance of baby’s...
Scientists to find out how intense light protects cardiovascular health

Scientists to find out how intense light protects...

Based on a recent study carried out by a team of researchers from University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, it has been observed...
Loughborough researchers design a special house for people suffering from dementia

Loughborough researchers design a special house for people...

In the UK, a house has been designed keeping in mind the special needs of people affected with dementia. In the house, the...

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Samsung announces launch of Galaxy Fold

Samsung announces launch of Galaxy Fold

Samsung announced the launch of its first foldable phone after resolving screen problems with the device, which postponed its date of initial release...
Scientists develop algae bio-curtains to capture carbon as an alternative to urban trees

Scientists develop algae bio-curtains to capture carbon as...

Team of architects and scientists have created algae bio-curtains in order to absorb carbon dioxide in the air. Termed as an alternative to...
Facebook to help students with lower self-efficacy to develop relationships

Facebook to help students with lower self-efficacy to...

According to a study published by researchers at the Binghamton University, State University of New York, social media hit- Facebook can help college...