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Pancreatic cancer urine test hope
A simple urine test which could detect pancreatic cancer much earlier than at present is developed by scientists.
[BBC News UK]

Robotic insect mimics Nature's extreme moves
By analyzing the natural mechanics of the water strider that enable it to launch off water's surface scientists have emulated this extreme form of locomotion in novel robotic insects.
[Science daily]

Computer model forecasts flu outbreaks in a subtropical climate
It is possible to predict the timing and intensity of influenza outbreaks in subtropical climates like Hong Kong where flu seasons can occur at different times and more than once during a year, scientists have shown for the first (...)
[Science daily]

Robot can leap from water's surface
Scientists in South Korea develop a tiny robot - based on the water strider insect - that can jump on water
[BBC]

Robot can leap from water's surface
Scientists in South Korea develop a tiny robot - based on the water strider insect - that can jump on water
[BBC News]

Ants in the lead: How ants cooperate in steering food to their nest
A physics-based model can explain how ants cooperate in steering food to their nest. To lug a large object, a number of ants surround it -- the back ones lift, those on the leading edge pull. How do they stay on track, instead of simply pulling all around in a sort of tug-of-war? Scientists (...)
[Science daily]

Tool to recognise faces in darkness
Two German scientists have created a tool which recognises a person's face in complete darkness using their thermal signature.
[BBC]

Bendy tech promise for graphene
Scientists apply the paper art of kirigami to slice graphene, the world's thinnest material.
[BBC]

Bendy tech promise for graphene
Scientists apply the paper art of kirigami to slice graphene, the world's thinnest material.
[BBC News]

New fast memory tech outraces flash
A new kind of computer memory that is up to 1,000 times faster than flash storage is to go on sale in 2016, helping scientists and games developers alike.
[BBC News]

Ethics of tomorrow? Should androids have the right to have children?
Science fiction culture has prospered and gone from being for nerds only in the 1970s and 1980s to becoming part of popular culture in the last two decades. This particularly applies to the TV series genre, which has become mainstream with Battlestar Galactica (2004), Heroes (2006) and Fringe (...)
[Science daily]

Hundreds of Minority Middle School Boys Learn Coding, 3D Design This Summer in Pioneering New Program from Verizon
Minority middle school boys in four cities across the country are gaining hands-on learning experience this summer with advanced technology that is opening their eyes to many of the exciting professional possibilities that STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and entrepreneurship (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Hundreds of Minority Middle School Boys Learn Coding, 3D Design This Summer in Pioneering New Program from Verizon
Minority middle school boys in four cities across the country are gaining hands-on learning experience this summer with advanced technology that is opening their eyes to many of the exciting professional possibilities that STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) and entrepreneurship (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Innovative algorithm is helping scientists decipher how drugs work inside the body
Researchers have developed a computer algorithm that is helping scientists see how drugs produce pharmacological effects inside the body. The study could help researchers create drugs that are more efficient and less prone to side effects, suggest ways to regulate a drug's activity, and (...)
[Science daily]

New antibody portal bolsters biomedical research reliability
The Histone Antibody Specificity Database is a newly launched online portal that lets scientists find the right antibodies for their research with a much higher degree of confidence than ever before.
[Science daily]

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