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Co-operative Earth observation research policy report released

The European Commission’s EPIC Project has released new policy recommendations for co-operative Earth observation research projects between the EU and Singapore. The European-Pacific Partnership for...
World first: directing stem cells to cardiac tissue

World first: directing stem cells to cardiac tissue

Researchers at the University of Bristol, UK, may have found a way of radically improving treatment for cardiovascular disease by directing stem cells to...
ai in smart farming

AI in smart farming: new system kills weeds in real time

Disruptive innovation consultancy firm Cambridge Consultants has announced a new programme integrating AI in smart farming projects. The ‘AI at the edge’ initiative, which aims...
Deep space exploration could be achieved with AI deep learning tool

Deep space exploration could be achieved with AI deep learning tool

Galaxy clusters are some of the most massive structures in the cosmos, but despite being millions of lightyears across, they’re still hard to spot...

Neuroscience research: how to ensure reliability for neuroimaging datasets

According to the paper published in Nature, large scale datasets are needed for neuroscience research to study individual differences. The paper focuses on how to...
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The origin of the yellow fever virus epidemic in Brazil is found in dead...

Scientists from Adolfo Lutz Institute (IAL) and the University of São Paulo (USP) have found the virus origin of yellow fever epidemic in Brazil...
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Public health scientists challenge anti-vaxxers on childhood vaccination

An international group of public health scientists have launched a new statement challenging anti-vaxxers and inaccurate information on childhood vaccination. The Salzburg Statement on Vaccination...
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Neurodevelopmental communication disorders: how lateralisation of speech in the brain works

A breakthrough has been made in understanding the lateralisation of speech in the brain, and how this affects neurodevelopmental communication disorders. The study on how...
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‘Oumuamua: is the first interstellar object to visit our solar system an alien spacecraft?

Astronomers discovered 'Oumuamua, the first known interstellar object to visit our solar system on October 19, 2017. But is it an alien spacecraft? The strange...
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Genome sequence data warns researchers of unique jellyfish traits and venomous toxins

An article in the Open Access journal GigaScience presents the genome sequence data from different jellyfish species and describes their venomous toxins. According to GigaScience,...

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