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Study shows robots can learn by watchingvideos

Study shows robots can learn by watchingvideos

According to a new study, robots can use YouTube in order to learn more and gain new competencies.

Authorities close Broulee beach aftersharks attacked whale

Authorities close Broulee beach aftersharks attacked whale

Authorities have closed a beach on Sydney's south coast called, Broulee after a beached whale attracted several sharks to the area.

REM Climate Change Authority prepares to undertake 18-month inquiry into Emissions Trading Scheme

Climate Change Authority prepares to undertake 18-month inquiry into Emissions T

The Abbott government will look forward to appoint four new board members to the Climate Change Authority.

Scientists develop 'bionic bra' that adjusts to breast rhythm

Scientists develop 'bionic bra' that adjusts to breast rhythm

A team of scientists have developed a new 'bionic bra' that has the ability to automatically adjust itself in response to the breast movement in order to provide more comfort to the user.

Coffee taste different in white mugs, study

Coffee taste different in white mugs, study

According to a new study, the colour of a coffee mug may affect the taste of the coffee as it affects the perception of flavour points.

Harlequin Filefish uses smell to avoid Predator

Harlequin Filefish uses smell to avoid Predator

As per a new study, harlequin filefish use smell in order to avoid predators. Harlequin filefish i.e.

Bonsoy to pay $25 million to those 'poisoned' by soy milk

Bonsoy to pay $25 million to those 'poisoned' by soy milk

Bonsoy, a leading soy milk brand, has said that it has agreed to pay $25 million to a total of 500 people, who were allegedly poisoned by soy milk.

Researchers create Spiral Laser Beam to make Quantum Whirlpool

Researchers create Spiral Laser Beam to make Quantum Whirlpool

According to researchers, they have created a spiral laser beam and used it to engineer a whirlpool of hybrid light-matter particles. The researchers named the particles 'polaritons'.

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Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation issues $50 million grant to Stanford Universit

On Friday, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation announced a $50 million grant for Stanford University.

The foundation plans to give the grant over the next 10 years to accelerate vaccine development efforts for the world's most deadly diseases, which include AIDS and malaria.

According to the foundation's statement, the money...

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