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[Science] Women who have cardiac arrests are more likely to die than men – AI

[Science] Women who have cardiac arrests are more likely to die than men –...

CPR makes someone more likely to survive cardiac arrestJan-Otto/Getty By New Scientist staff and Press AssociationWomen who have a cardiac arrest outside of hospital are less likely to be resuscitated by a bystander and more likely to die than men. Hanno Tan at the University of Amsterdam and colleagues analysed data from all resuscitation attempts…
[Science] Turning CO2 into animal feed could make it greener for us to eat meat – AI

[Science] Turning CO2 into animal feed could make it greener for us to eat...

Compressed fish is currently made into food for fisheriesZhu Li / Greenpeace By Donna LuCarbon captured from industry could be channelled into the food chain – a process that might help to reduce the emissions from agriculture. UK-based company Deep Branch Biotechnology has recently finished testing a method for turning carbon dioxide into animal feed. It is…
[Science] Putting a bird feeder in your garden really does help wildlife – AI

[Science] Putting a bird feeder in your garden really does help wildlife – AI

It’s a party in your garden and everyone’s invitedKay Roxby / Alamy Stock Photo By Michael Le PagePutting bird feeders in your garden really does help, according to a UK study looking at the growth of bird populations in the past 40 years. “We know that feeding happens on a huge scale in the UK,…
[Science] Ancient Egyptians feasted on sweet watermelons at least 3500 years ago – AI

[Science] Ancient Egyptians feasted on sweet watermelons at least 3500 years ago – AI

We’ve been enjoying watermelons for thousands of yearsage fotostock / Alamy Stock Photo By Michael Le PageDid ancient Egyptian children compete to see who could spit seeds the furthest as they ate watermelons? It seems likely, because thanks to some DNA detective work we now know for sure that the ancient Egyptians ate domesticated watermelons…
[Science] Chimps that mash potatoes challenge our understanding of tool use – AI

[Science] Chimps that mash potatoes challenge our understanding of tool use – AI

Parandis Majlesi (Center for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis, University of Oslo, Norway)By Michael Marshall Chimps have spontaneously figured out how to use a stick to mash a potato. The finding could prompt a rethink of how tool use develops in primate societies. Wild chimpanzees in Guinea climb palm trees to eat the trees’ “hearts”, which…
[Science] Contaminated blood scandal: Could some deaths have been prevented? – AI

[Science] Contaminated blood scandal: Could some deaths have been prevented? – AI

Andy Evans set up a campaign group for those affected By Clare WilsonWhen Andy Evans was 12, his mother told him he had been infected with HIV. “Do you know what that means,” she asked. “Well, yes,” he replied. “It eventually kills you.” More than 30 years later, Evans gave evidence this month to a UK public inquiry into…
[Science] UK’s controversial use of face recognition to be challenged in court – AI

[Science] UK’s controversial use of face recognition to be challenged in court – AI

South Wales police have been using face recognition technologyL.IBERTY By New Scientist Staff and Press AssociationThe first legal battle in the UK over police use of face recognition technology will begin today. Ed Bridges has crowdfunded action against South Wales Police over claims that the use of the technology on him was an unlawful violation…
[Science] Older people use more energy – and it’s not just because of wealth – AI

[Science] Older people use more energy – and it’s not just because of wealth...

We use more energy as we get olderGetty Images Plus By Adam VaughanThe average age is rising across populations around the world – a demographic shift that not only poses conundrums for social welfare systems, but may also pose a significant challenge to energy systems and efforts to rein in climate change. Hossein Estiri of…
[Science] DNA database opts a million people out from police searches – AI

[Science] DNA database opts a million people out from police searches – AI

Police have been using DNA services to find criminalsGetty By Adam VaughanA major DNA database that has been pivotal in solving US cold crime cases has blocked law enforcement access to the profiles of a million people, in a setback for investigators and a victory for campaigners. GEDMatch, which allows people to trace their relatives…
[Science] Bonobo mothers stand guard and chase off rivals while their sons mate – AI

[Science] Bonobo mothers stand guard and chase off rivals while their sons mate –...

A young male bonobo is groomed by his mother in the Kokolopori Bonobo ReserveMartin Surbeck By Clare WilsonIf your mum gets too involved in your love life, spare a thought for bonobos. Females of these great apes, which are closely related to chimpanzees, help their sons with hook-ups, guard the young lovers while they mate,…

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Hubble spots pair of wild galaxies joining cosmic civilization

Baltimore (UPI) Aug 11, 2016 After billions of years wandering in the proverbial wilderness, two galaxies, Pisces A and B, are returning to cosmic civilization. Recently,...

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