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Native Americans spent 10000 years in Bering Strait, a 1000 X 3000 mile area – Northern Voices Online

Northern Voices OnlineNative Americans spent 10000 years in Bering Strait a 1000 X 3000 mile area. There were several question marks about their origin and how they landed here. Now reports suggest that Native Americans spent 10000 years in Bering Strait. They are still …Revisiting Beringia Standstill Hypothesis; CU-Boulder Researchers Check DNA …News Tonight AfricaNative […]

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Native Americans lived in Bering Strait for millennia: study – Business Standard

Business StandardEarly Native Americans spent millenia living on the Bering Land Bridge now buried under water before they appeared in Alaska and the rest of the North America, researchers has said. The finding provides answers to a long-running mystery about where the …Revisiting Beringia Standstill Hypothesis; CU-Boulder Researchers Check DNA …News Tonight AfricaThe first Americans […]

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Now microscopic robots ‘Bio-Bots’ to diagnose diseases inside Human Body – The Utah People’s Post

The Utah People’s PostThe scientists have developed a microscopic robot that can swim like a sperm inside a human body and help in sensing many diseases by exploring the body’s complex environment in a simpler way. ‘Bio-Bots’, a self-propelled microscopic biological machine …‘Bio-Bot’ Swims Like A Sperm! Self-Propelled Biological Robots Advances [Video]Design & TrendThese tiny […]

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‘Bio-Bots’ – Self-Propelled Biological Robots inside Human Body – News Tonight Africa

News Tonight AfricaResearchers from University of Illinois have been successful in designing a microscopic robot that can explore viscous environments like interiors of human body. ‘Bio-bot’ is a microscopic biological machine that swims like a sperm inside a human body.Self-Propelled Hybrid Bio-Bots Developed At University Of IllinoisRedOrbitWorld’s first tiny, self-propelled swimming bio-bots developedBusiness Standard‘Bio-bot’ Design […]

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Rough surface can Reduce Drag: UCLA Researchers – News Tonight Africa

News Tonight AfricaA new study conducted by researchers from UCLA has come up with the findings that properly designed rough surface can sometimes prove to be better for decreasing drags. John Kim, a professor in the mechanical and aerospace engineering department at …‘Properly designed’ rough surfaces can reduce dragScience Recorder all 14 news articles …read […]

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Chimpanzees can communicate using Gestures – News Tonight Africa

News Tonight AfricaGeorgia State University researchers have concluded that Chimpanzees can communicate using meaningful gestures. Two language-trained chimpanzees named Panzee and Sherman helped human researcher to find hidden food, about which he was not …Researchers Find Chimps Can Use Gestures To Locate Hidden FoodRedOrbitChimpanzees can Gesture to Communicate During Hunt for FoodInternational Business Times UKChimpanzees […]

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Never-Seen-Before ‘Microscopically View’ Battery Electrodes Bathed in … – Design & Trend

Design & TrendResearchers have developed a new way to microscopically view battery electrodes while they are bathed in wet electrolytes, mimicking realistic conditions inside actual batteries. (Photo : Nano Letters). Researchers have developed a new way to …Researchers Find What Really Happens in a BatteryNature World NewsNew Way takes Researchers One Step Further to Discover […]

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Taiwan antitrust agency fines Apple for iPhone pricing – PCWorld

PCWorldApple has been fined NT$20 million (US$663,332) by the Taiwan Fair Trade Commission for interfering with the pricing of the iPhone by three mobile carriers, according to reports. The antitrust agency found Apple’s unit in charge of Taiwan sales violated …REFILE-Taiwan’s Fair Trade Commission fines Apple for price restrictionsReutersTaiwan Fines Apple for iPhone Price-Plan MeddlingWall […]