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Living Smart: Rid your home of welcome mats for insect invaders

The waning days of summer are a good time to make sure your home isn't putting out a welcome mat for insect invaders. If you're like me, you'd rather not share your space with wasps, spiders, stink bugs and other pests that often become more ... Miami Herald, 1 month ago

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The Best Travel Apps

When it comes to travel, a map and insect repellant just won't cut it. Nowadays, we look to our trusty smart phones to help get us over a mountain, through a jungle and across the ocean. But with so many apps to choose from, how do you know which ...
 BBM1 month ago
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Harvard Kilobots: Dumb While Apart, Together They're Smart

Harvard faculty members recently unveiled a swarm of tiny robots, dubbed kilobots . The swarm consists of 1,024 members, each unit about the size of an after-dinner mint with three miniature legs. These self-organizing robots hint at the future of ...
 Forbes.com1 week ago A self-organizing thousand-robot swarm  Space Daily1 month ago The 1,000-Robot Swarm  Lab Manager1 month ago AI: Self-organizing Thousand-robot Swarm Forms Vast, Complex Shapes  Scientific Computing1 month ago
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Our Smartphone Zombie Present and, Hopefully, Optimistic Sci-Fi Future

By Mark Devlin September 18, 2014 Smartphone Zombies and What the Heck Happened? Youve seen Smartphone Zombies, right? Of course. You know, the folks who incessantly stare at and obsessively interact (not necessarily with people but) ...
 Industrial Equipment News2 weeks ago Smart Mapping to Turn Sci-Fi Into Reality  Asian Surveying & Mapping1 month ago
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The search for new antibiotics turns to insect guts and genome mining

NORWICH, ENGLAND Pampering leafcutter ants with fragrant rose petals and fresh oranges may seem an unlikely way to rescue modern medicine, but scientists at a lab in eastern England think it is well worth trying. As the world cries out for new ...
 Japan Times1 month ago In a world desperate for new antibiotics, science turns to insects  Globe and Mail1 month ago In Hunt For New Antibiotics, Scientists Look At Bacteria In Insects' Stomachs  Huffington Post1 month ago Scientists turn to ants, stick insects and caterpillars to find new antibiotics  MedCity News1 month ago
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Spit to kill? How the archerfish shoots prey with fearsome accuracy

If youre a tasty-looking insect, spider or even a lizard, being in spitting distance of an archerfish makes you a dangerously perfect target. At first, these water-shooting fish may not look as remarkable as flying fish (or walking fish ), but they ...
 Los Angeles Times3 weeks ago The Archerfish Shoots Prey with Fearsome Accuracy  Sci-Tech Today3 weeks ago Archerfish Shoots Prey with Accuracy  Sci-Tech Today3 weeks ago

Fish equipped with water cannon

Press Association We know that fish counts as "brain food". But that's got nothing to do with how smart they are when they're alive. Or has it? The archerfish is equipped with a water cannon to fell prey from leaves and twigs. And, according to ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 weeks ago

Handy tips for smart kitchen work

Try out these handy tips for trouble free time in kitchen. Avoid sticky rice Wash the rice a few times until the water runs clear. Remove all the water until no water remains. Let it sit for 20 minutes. This will remove all the starch and help ...
 ZeeNews.com4 weeks ago

Bushfire smart house designed to withstand full fury of flames

Bushfires are devastating; an occurrence that cannot be completely prevented, but one that we can try to safeguard against. For instance, in 2009 after the Black Saturday Bushfires, the Victorian Government launched an online catalogue of house ...
 Infolink1 month ago

Surveillance robots an eye in the sky to detect weeds and pests

Researchers say surveillance robots that can detect weeds and pest insects could be crucial to the development of agriculture in northern Australia. The CSIRO says a trial of autonomous helicopters fitted with smart sensors has been successful in ...
 ABC Online1 month ago
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