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Get smart: treat your brain to a bowl of cherries
Sydney Morning Herald

Get smart: treat your brain to a bowl of cherries

Summer fruits are back on Australian tables. Weve long known cherries and other stone fruits provide a range of essential vitamins and minerals. But here's another reason to make sure theyre on the shopping list: theyre good for the brain. ... Sydney Morning Herald, 3 hours ago
Fast Company

Mosquitoes Hate Victoria's Secret Bombshell Perfume Almost As Much As Insect Repellent

Sometimes the new stuff isn't as good as the old stuff. Take mosquito repellent. A new study shows that even Victoria's Secret Bombshell Perfume is better at warding off mosquitos than natural "DEET-free" products like Cutter Natural Insect ...
 Fast Company4 days ago Perfume smells nice to humans but could it be a mosquito repellent too?  Cosmetics design-asia.com1 week ago

The Silicon Valley Suicides

The air shrieks, and life stops. First, from far away, comes a high whine like angry insects swarming, and then a trampling, like a herd moving through. The kids on their bikes who pass by the Caltrain crossing are eager to get home from school, but ...
 Outlook India6 days ago
Gizmodo India

What Can You Learn From Bat Crap in a Bag?

Can a $35 Battery Beat "Smart" Smoke Alarms ...Qualcomm's Snapdragon 820 Chips Will Provide...Three Men Charged With Widespread Hacking, I...This Is How Congressional Representatives El...Watch Alanis Morisette Sing An Updated "Iron... Apple Pulls ...
 Gizmodo India1 week ago

Agritechnica trade fair, November 10-14 - Sensors, apps, and robots: Bosch startup uses smart technology to support farmers

Stuttgart, Germany - Dual premiere at Agritechnica, the world's largest agricultural technology trade fair in Hannover: the Bosch startup Deepfield Robotics is presenting connected sensors for improved asparagus yields, as well as its Bonirob ...
 Bloomberg2 weeks ago

Africa - Smart Measures Required to Weather Commodity Boom-Bust Cycles [press release]

Governments in Africa should put into place fiscal rules, sovereign wealth funds and other mechanisms to buffer their economies from the commodities roller-coaster, according to a new report issued here by the United Nations Development Programme ...
 Individual.com3 weeks ago UNDP UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME : Africa: Smart measures required to weather commodity boom-bust cycles  4 Traders3 weeks ago Africa: Smart measures required to weather commodity boom-bust cycles  African Development Bank2 weeks ago African Development Bank : Africa: Smart measures required to weather commodity boom-bust cycles  4 Traders2 weeks ago
Review Seeker

Donlann Baby: Smart Photography System Makes Photography Easier and Disrupts Traditional Photography Paradigm

(November 03, 2015) BEIJING, Nov. 2, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Smart photography, a platform-grade system, recently came into being in Beijing. China's support of Industry 4.0 was a key catalyst that created the environment for the development of the ...
 Review Seeker2 weeks ago

'RoboBees' with Laser Eyes Could Locate Disaster Victims

Insect-inspired robots could be used in agriculture and disaster relief efforts. Credit: Microrobotics Lab, Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering View full ...
 LiveScience.com1 week ago
WA Today

D-Link's Taipan DSL-4320L review: a Wi-Fi router with bite that looks like a giant dead insect

In the long-running debate about the need for an fibre-to-the-home national broadband network its proponents often invoke a scenario where households have 10, 20, 30 devices many of which are taking streaming video and creating an aggregate demand ...
 MyInforms5 days ago D-Link Taipan DSL-4320L review: a Wi-Fi router with bite that looks like a giant dead insect  WA Today5 days ago D-Link Taipan review - Wi-Fi with bite  Canberra Times5 days ago D-Link Taipan review: Wi-Fi with bite  Sydney Morning Herald4 days ago

How army ants use their own bodies to build efficient bridges Christian Science Monitor

Army ants frequently build bridges beginning at the intersection between sticks, vines, or other material the insects are walking on. They continuously inch the bridge along a gap, adding more bodies in order to span a larger and larger space and ...
 NewsListOnline7 hours ago Researchers film ants building bio-bridges with their bodies  UPI1 day ago
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