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  1. ChantalMichelle

    Data Scientist / HONOURS Degree Candidates x 10. Graduates - Senior. Sandton based

    Data Scientist / HONOURS Degree Candidates x 10. Graduates - Senior. Sandton based telecoms company. Rneg. Experience with Python and R programming languages: - Honours Degree min ess. Majors/experience with: - · Statistical Modelling · Mathematical Modelling · Machine Learning · Data...
  2. Newsfeed

    New 2FA system asks you to take a photo

    New 2FA system asks you to take a photo Scientists have created a new two-factor authentication (2FA) system that requires users to take a photo of a personal object.
  3. Kevin Lancaster

    Event Horizon Telescope to take first picture of black hole

    Event Horizon Telescope to take first picture of black hole Scientists are hopeful that a very-long-baseline interferometry telescope array will be able to deliver the first image of a black hole, the BBC reported.
  4. Kevin Lancaster

    Scientists turning dragonflies into genetically-engineered drones

    Scientists turning dragonflies into genetically-engineered drones Draper and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute have begun work on creating cybernetic insects using genetic engineering. Titled DragonflEye, the project involves using optogenetics and miniature electronics to turn small...
  5. Kevin Lancaster

    Scientists develop groundbreaking new Wi-Fi – three-times faster, double the distance

    Scientists develop groundbreaking new Wi-Fi – three-times faster, double the distance Scientists at MIT have developed a new wireless technology that can triple Wi-Fi data speeds.
  6. Kevin Lancaster

    Scientists build acoustic tractor beam

    Scientists build acoustic tractor beam Scientists have developed a technology inspired by Star Trek.
  7. mercurial

    Scientists Ready To Witness Milky Way's Black Hole Consume Giant Gas Cloud

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  8. LazyLion

    Source of life running out: Water Scientists

    The majority of people on Earth people will face severe water shortages within a generation or two if pollution and waste continues unabated, scientists warned at a conference in Bonn Friday. "This handicap will be self-inflicted and is, we believe entirely avoidable," read a document...
  9. LazyLion

    Russia to urgently evacuate Arctic Post as ice melts

    Russia has ordered the urgent evacuation of the 16-strong crew of a drifting Arctic research station after ice floe that hosts the floating laboratory began to disintegrate, officials said Thursday. Natural Resources and Ecology Minister Sergei Donskoi set a three-day deadline to draft a plan...
  10. LazyLion

    Scientists Link Two Rats' Brains, A Continent Apart

    Creating a "superbrain" of connected minds, scientists on Thursday said they had enabled a rat to help a fellow rodent while the animals were a continent apart but connected through brain electrodes. With electrodes imbedded in its cortex, a rat in a research institute in Natal, Brazil sent...
  11. mercurial

    Earth Has a Second Moon, Astronomers Say

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  12. mercurial

    Scientists can 'train' people to meet aliens in their dreams

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  13. jes

    Scientists cure cancer - nobody takes notice

    Scientists cure cancer, but no one takes notice
  14. Derrick

    Scientists take drugs to boost brain power

    From AFP: Twenty percent of scientists admit to using performance-enhancing prescription drugs for non-medical reasons, according to a survey released on Wednesday by Nature, Britain’s top science journal. The overwhelming majority of these med-taking brainiacs said they indulged in order to...
  15. mercurial

    Scientists discover 'fountain of youth' drug that can extend life by ten years

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  16. mercurial

    Scientists Get First Image of Memory Being Made

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  17. mercurial

    One in seven scientists say colleagues fake data

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  18. mercurial

    Computer Scientists Work on Adding Smell to Games

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  19. P

    Oh ... baby ... freaking ... Yeah!!!

    http://www.reuters.com/article/oddlyEnoughNews/idUSN0943167020080609?feedType=RSS&feedName=oddlyEnoughNews Al they can do is to watch videos all day long.
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