A new computer program works smarter, not harder, to solve problems faster than its predecessors.
Solving problems by computer just got a lot faster
Diatoms are tiny, unicellular creatures, inhabiting oceans, lakes, rivers, and soils. Through their respiration, they produce close to a quarter of the oxygen on Earth, nearly as much as the world's tropical forests. In addition to their ecological success across the planet, they have a number of remarkable properties.
Single-celled architects inspire new nanotechnology
Artificial intelligence is set to create more than 7m new UK jobs in healthcare, science and education by 2037, more than making up for the jobs lost in manufacturing and other sectors through automation, according to a report.
Artificial intelligence will be net UK jobs creator, finds report
A new hybrid energy-harvesting device may one day replace the need for batteries in certain low-power electronics devices. The new device collects ambient wasted energy from both mechanical vibrations and magnetic fields to generate sustainable electricity, which could potentially provide enough power to run wireless sensors, cardio pacemakers, and other applications.
Hybrid device harvests both mechanical and magnetic energy
Iranian students totally collected 40 medals in 2018 World Mathematics Invitational (WMI) and finished the event as runner-up.
Iranian students shine at international math event
Paddling pools are attracting plagues of biting insects and should be removed from family gardens, experts warned.
Drain paddling pools to prevent insect bites, UK families warned
The critically endangered Palawan forest turtle has successfully hatched under human care, conservationists said on Sunday, raising hopes that its dwindling population can be reversed.
Scientists hatch egg of rare Palawan turtle
Neuroscientist Barbara Bendlin studies the brain as Alzheimer’s disease develops. When she goes home, she tries to leave her work in the lab. But one recent research project has crossed into her personal life: She now takes sleep much more seriously.
Brain may clean out Alzheimer’s plaques during sleep
The 29th International Biology Olympiad (IBO) started in Tehran on July 15. More than 260 students from 60 countries are participating in the event which will continue until July 22.
Tehran hosts Int’l Biology Olympiad

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