Science & Technology

Hunky Gorilla Has Female Fans Flocking To Japanese Zoo

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By Katie Sola Japan’s latest sex symbol is a handsome gorilla named Shabani. Women are reportedly flocking to the Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens in Nagoya to gawk at the silverback’s shapely muscles and striking features. A photo posted by @costona22 on May 22, 2015 at 10:50pm [READ MORE HERE] Source:: Huffington Science

Dinosaur Species Found Hiding In Plain Sight

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By James Gerken Paleontologists in South Africa have announced the name for a new dinosaur species, but they didn’t have to do any digging to find the creature’s bones. Instead, the fossilized remains of the 200 million-year-old herbivore have been part of South Africa’s largest fossil collection at Wits University since [READ MORE HERE] Source::…

Do You Trust A Robot With Your Baby?

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By Caroline Bologna PITTSBURGH — Testing was about to begin. And the robotic infant car seat looked ready to go — or at least the 4moms company executives watching hoped that it was. The device automated the tricky task of installing a car seat — using motors and sensors to level and secure [READ MORE…

James Evans on Drawing the (Scientific) Revolution

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By Sarah Illingworth A background in earth science and micropalaeontology may not seem the most obvious starting point for a career in graphic design, but it set James Evans on that trajectory. Fascinated by his field of study, if a little underwhelmed by the line of work it led him into, the [READ MORE HERE]…

“The Dress”

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By Joe Peyronnin Late Thursday night, after returning home from a long day at the office, my daughter called me into the kitchen. “Look at this dad,” she said as she shoved a smartphone in front of me. What’s the big deal, I thought, as I looked a picture of a [READ MORE HERE] Source::…