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Found variations of genes that protect against obesity and diabetes

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Obesity and diabetes are very common problems, especially in the United States. To improve the lives of people, scientists are constantly looking for drugs to prevent them, and each time they find new ways to influence their sources. For example, researchers from the University of Cambridge discovered variations of the same genes that protect people […]

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China tested the world's first unmanned amphibious assault boat

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Wuchang Shipbuilding Industry Group, a member of China Shipbuilding Corporation, tested the world's first unmanned amphibious boat using stealth technology and intended for amphibious assault landing on the enemy’s coast. The robotic vessel, called the Marine Lizard (“Sea Lizard”), was built in Wuhan (central Hubei province) and is a 12-meter trimaran equipped with a diesel […]

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New NASA Mars Mars 2020: assembled and undergoing an active testing phase.

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The new NASA rover, which will go to the Red Planet in the summer of 2020, is currently undergoing an active phase of testing and testing. According to the portal Space.com, NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory specialists have fully assembled and tested the compatibility of a special capsule in which the rover will fly to our […]

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A small sample of water can tell about the biological diversity of the seas and oceans.

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The study of underwater inhabitants and plants is given by scientists quite hard – most often this requires the descent of scuba divers into the water, which costs a lot of money. Fortunately, sometimes they manage to replace the visual inspection by scanning the so-called "ecological DNA", which is a biological material secreted by aquatic […]

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Artificial intelligence determined the age of children according to the movements of their eyes.

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Artificial intelligence sometimes surpasses the person in care and accuracy. This fact was once again proved by researchers from the University of Minnesota, who used machine learning to train a computer to determine the age of a child from the movements of its eyes. It turned out that by what a person pays attention in […]

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NASA funds development of an inflatable space robot

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The Brigham Young University Robotics (BYU) with the financial support of NASA Aerospace Agency and in collaboration with start-up Pneubotics are developing the inflatable robot King Louie (King Louis, named after the jungle cartoon of 1967). Instead of a metal structure, it uses inflatable bags, precise control of air pressure (supplied through a compressor) in […]

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Boston Dynamics will start mass production of SpotMini robots this summer.

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Last year, at the TechCrunch event dedicated to robotics, Boston Dynamics announced plans to launch its SpotMini robot on commercial rails. The latest model of this robot will be the embodiment of ten years of work on a four-legged machine, which the company has developed specifically for inspecting and controlling various production and office premises. […]

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