Feathers were developed first, then came birds, says a new research

Feathers were developed first, then came birds, says a new research

A team of researchers at the University of Bristol suggest that feathers came 100 million years before birds. This discovery has stirred earlier beliefs about birds, dinosaurs, pterosaurs, and flying reptiles and also previous understanding about the evolution of feathers…

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Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology
In Russia it is easy to acquire personal data and bank account details
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Here is the answer to how crabs camouflage

Recent research at the University of Exeter studies camouflage patterns of crabs. The paper titled ‘Background matching and disruptive coloration as habitat-specific strategies for camouflage’ was published in the journal, Scientific Reports. Scientists revealed that crabs rely on different camouflage…

Huntington Disease Association

A mobile app can detect early symptoms of Huntington’s disease

A mobile application will now be able to reveal early symptoms of a rare Huntington’s disease. The brainchild of a research team at Kaunas University of Technology (KTU), Lithuania have designed the application in cooperation with Huntington Disease Association and…

Robotics- Stanford-Doggo can jump, trot and flip

Robotics- Stanford-Doggo can jump, trot and flip

A group of students from the Stanford Student Robotics club’s Extreme Mobility team at Stanford University has unveiled a four-legged robot. The robot has been dubbed Stanford Doggo, which can perform acrobatic tricks and can also traverse challenging terrain. The…

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University of Texas

Latest Artificial Agent perceives surroundings like a Human

The latest innovation of Artificial Intelligence has unveiled an AI agent which perceives the surrounding environment as closely as humans. Computer scientists at the University of Texas, Austin have created the design which will be helpful in carrying out dangerous…