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Play Facebook game, sequence genomes

A Facebook game uses crowdsourcing to analyse genome data collected by scientists to save dying trees in the UK.

By August 14, 2013

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Emotionally intelligent robot sat-nav prototype reduces road rage

A university professor and his team have devised a sat-nav that can analyse a driver's emotions, adjusting its behaviour according to their mood. Oh, and it has a robot head.

By January 14, 2011

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iPhone photography: Art or gimmick?

The camera on the iPhone isn't exactly the best you can get, but does that mean photos taken with it can't be artistic? We analyse the merits of a new type of photography — iPhone-ography.

By July 12, 2009

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Kickstarter science: beware the marketing hype

Yet another alleged "miracle" product has hit Kickstarter, but we're still some time away from a handheld food-analysing spectrometer.

By April 30, 2014

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Google updates TOS to disclose email scanning

After a class-action data-mining lawsuit was brought against Google last year, the company has updated its terms of service to clarify its automated email scanning.

By April 15, 2014

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No guts, all glory at Robot Soccer World Cup

​Forget FIFA -- the real World Cup has just finished in Brazil and a team of robots from Australia has taken out the top prize.

By July 24, 2014

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Designer brings science to the kitchen

The science of cooking gets a new meaning with these prototype appliances inspired by CERN equipment.

By January 29, 2014

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Thousands of secret keys found in Android apps

Even among the top apps found on Google Play, researchers have found a crucial security flaw that could compromise user data.

By June 18, 2014

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Wikipedia's Jimmy Wales blasts ruling forcing Google to erase search results

Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales describes the European ruling as "wide-sweeping censorship" that "doesn't make sense."

By May 14, 2014

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AI composes poetry in the style of the classics

An AI created by a PhD student at MIT analyses the work of poets to choose the best words for new works that could have been written by the original authors.

By January 28, 2014