Scientists have identified an inner ear deficiency in children with autism that may affect their […]
Posts Tagged ‘Associate Professor’
Over at Pharyngula, PZ Myers (who is a cladist) has written an entertaining but misguided post titled, Yes, you are a fish. In today’s post, I’ll argue that the key to classifying organisms correctly isn’t phylogeny, anatomy or genetics; it’s embryology. Only embryology can tell us something specific about an organism’s past and present characteristics, […]
Engineers are attaching sensors to locusts so they can monitor how the insects sniff out […]
One way to increase the speed of underwater vehicles it to use bubbles to reduce […]
As with any major new invention, driverless cars will no doubt reveal many technological quirks that don’t become noticeable until people start using them en masse. But one thing they could more bring with them is a moral dilemma. If the cars have to make a decision on which lives to put at risk, what […]
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