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Computer vision and neural networks have been treated poorly by story-tellers, according to a leading roboticist. Andrew Masterson reports.
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Embracing rather than rejecting variability in lab mice could improve test outcomes. Paul Biegler reports.
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Eating ortolans is a French tradition, but the practice, although banned, is pushing the species to extinction. Natalie Parletta reports.
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Sediment core data reveals big changes over the past 170 years. Nick Carne reports.
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X-rays reveal pelt colour in three-million-year-old fossil
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One million people can have their name etched on a chip inside the Mars 2020 rover. Andrew Masterson reports.
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Some species have lost genes that protect against mutation, but have suffered no ill effect. Anna Kosmynina reports.
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Study of stomach contents finds no seagulls, plenty of woodpeckers. Tanya Loos reports.
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Research suggests subsurface sea has been around billions of years. Richard A Lovett reports.
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 A material central to traditional computing might just prove central to next-gen machines, too. Alan Duffy reports.
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