Posts Tagged ‘lights’

Bright city lights are keeping ocean predators awake and hungry

By Damon Bolton, UNSW Australia; Alistair Becker; Emma Johnston, UNSW Australia; Graeme Clark, UNSW Australia; Katherine Dafforn, UNSW Australia, and Mariana Mayer-Pinto, UNSW Australia Light pollution is changing the day-night cycle of some fish, dra…

Satellite images spot communities that need vaccines

Looking for population shifts on satellite images could be a way to deliver vaccines and […]

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Skydiver survives 25,000 foot jump without a parachute

Folks living in the Simi Valley region of California, don’t panic: if you witnessed something strange falling back to Earth on Saturday evening, it wasn’t a meteorite, a falling piece of space junk or a spacecraft of extraterrestrial origin – it was skydiver Luke Aikins making history. Aikins, a 42-year-old with more than 18,000 jumps […]

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Teens with autism practice driving in virtual reality

Researchers are designing a virtual reality simulator specifically for teaching teenagers with autism spectrum disorder […]

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Melaka Road Lighting Project To Install 100,000 LED Road Lights Across Malaysia

The Malaysian state of Melaka is about to get brighter and greener with the installation of more than 100,000 energy efficient road lights.

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