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Dangerous Science technology used in Pakistan.

The Russian intelligence agency, who has been investigating the U.S. Senate, who was investigating Harp technology, recently revealed that harp technology is being harassed by US, and its secular base in the US state of Alaska is present. JI Intelligence The agency also said that another senior businessman working with …

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Primitive Technology: Grass thatch, Mud hut

Digging drainage trench for hut Building up floor area Chopping wood for posts Fresh water creek A crab Today I learned crabs live in fresh water Back to work Hatchet and timber Hammering low side posts (75 cm high) to form a x m square Making a post hole Central …

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4 Incredible Technologies Inspired by Animals

Animals are really important to the tech industry. And we’re not talking about code monkeys. Here are four awesomely animal inspired technologies. Number one, the UltraCane is inspired by bats. It’s an electronic cane for the blind that vibrates if objects are nearby. It uses echolocation just like bats and …

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How Close Are We to Talking With Animals?

You may not want to admit it, but at one time in your life, you’ve talked to an animal. Maybe it was letting a dog know it was a good dog or asking a cat where it’s been. Maybe you gave words of encouragement to an elephant or scolded a …

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Bioinformatics – Transgenic Animal Technology

Although the general functions of proteins identified by sequence searches may be predicted by analogy with known proteins, the precise in vivo roles of such “new” proteins may be unclear in the absence of mutant forms of the corresponding genes. In this section, we will look at several ways for …

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Introducing Google Translate for Animals

I’m going to show you a new Android application that’s been developed through our translation technology our new app Google Translate for animals translates animals speech into human vernacular the handset records so the animal sounds and then transmits them to our server where the speech recognition and translation engines …

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Animal Advocacy Strategies: Technology vs. Social Change

Great, thanks everyone so before we go into the considerations for and against tech change versus social change, I think we’re going to first start off with just a number of qualifications in order to narrow down on just exactly what we are going to be discussing. So the first …

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Santa Fe College Teaching Zoo

– Hi, this is Jack Hanna and my buddy, Pedro. Did you know that Gainesville has a nationally-accredited zoo? Yes, right in your own backyard. You have the Sante Fe College Teaching Zoo. It’s a great place to take the family. Walking through wooded trails, you’ll encounter animals from around …

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New Technology Could End Animal Testing

HEY WHATS UP IM ALEX FARNHAM AND THIS IS ANIMALIST NEWS THEY’RE CALLED CHEMOSYNTHETIC LIVERS AND THEY COULD CUT DOWN ANIMAL TESTING A WHOLE LOT! WHAT ARE CHEMOSYNTHETIC LIVERS? IT’S A NEWLY DEVELOPED SUBSTANCE THAT MIMICS A GROUP OF ENZYMES FOUND IN THE LIVER. WE ALL KNOW THAT SCIENTISTS TEST …

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Scientists Grew A Lamb In a Bag… Wait What?

I know. This looks pretty freaky, but what you’re looking at is actually a monumental step forward for medicine. Researchers have now created an artificial womb that can successfully keep an extremely premature fetus alive and developing normally. A lamb fetus, that is. The latest development in artificial placenta-based life …

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A day in the life of an animal health tech student

This program is going to stretch their imagination and what they think and animal health technologist does my love for animals actually when I was little I want to be a veterinarian but I found out all the surgeries they had to do and it’s difficult I don’t want to …

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Backflipping MIT Mini Cheetah

– Let’s try to make him jump. Go. (soft thud) – Yeah. (rythmic electronic clanking) (repeated thudding) (leaves rustling) (dog barks) (rhythmic tapping) (soft thuds) (soft whirring) (loud thud) (soft whirring) (clanking and banging) (yelling) – Go. – Yeah. – Go. – Wow. – Yeah. (thump) (metallic whirring) (loud clattering) …

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Sea sponge could be the first animal on Earth

There is a specific moment in Earth’s history in which most animals took over the planet, known as the Cambrian Explosion, which took place approximately 540 million years ago. While sea sponges have been widely thought to be the first animal on Earth, recent genetic evidence suggests that the more …

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