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Month: January 2022

Obesity from plastics

Study shows that, Chemicals found in plastic consumer products can affect human metabolism, contribute to the development of fat cells in the body and trigger obesity, Obesity is a leading contributing factor linked to some of the most common causes of death in the world, such as cardiovascular disease and cancer, with nearly 650 million

Domestication Affected Cat Brains

according to a new study that sheds more light on the effects of domestication on mammals. Cat brains have shrunk significantly since humans began looking after them as pets 10,000 years ago. While reduced brain size, compared with wild individuals, is believed to be a key characteristic of domesticated mammal species, researchers, including Raffaela Lesch

‘gigantic price increase’ for BTC

After falling from above $47,000 to below $34,000 in the first three weeks of the year, the price of BTC has since rebounded back above $37,000. The broader crypto market has followed a similar price trajectory, with Ethereum , Binance Coin , Solana and Dogecoin all experiencing heavy losses at the start of the month

China and US race to retieve sunken F-35C fighter jet

F-35C fighter jet was flying over the international waters, which Beijing claims as its own territory, when it crashed while attempting to land on the USS Carl Vinson on Monday. The multimillion-dollar aircraft wreckage, however, raises more problems for the US. The F-35C Lightning II combat jet, which costs over $100m (£74.6m), has cutting-edge technology

Boris Johnson Warns Vladimir Putin of Invading Ukraine

Earlier, the Kremlin said that plans by the British government to impose fresh sanctions on Moscow would inflame European tensions as fears continue to rise over a potential war in Ukraine. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov also said the threat was an attack on Russian businesses, and undermined Britain’s investment climate. Russia will face “bitter and

Meta to build “most powerful” AI supercomputer in the world

The Facebook owner has already designed and built what it calls the AI Research SuperCluster, or RSC, which it says is among the fastest AI supercomputers in the world. Partly focused on the metaverse, which Meta has staked its future on. With that new technology, “AI-driven applications and products will play an important role”, it

Flying-cars Operationalization

Equipped with a BMW engine that runs on regular petrol-pump fuel, the AirCar can carry two people and could potentially be used as either a leisure vehicle or a commercial taxi service. A flying car company has said it plans to begin journeys between London and Paris “in the near future” after receiving a Certificate

Robot Perform Operation Without Human Help

A robot has operated on a pig without human help. The machine successfully performed keyhole surgery on a pig, attaching organs in a range of different animals. And it did so without the help of a human, for the first time. Scientists hope that it can help bring about fully automated operations . Operations on

Bitcoin price prediction lowered

The bitcoin price predictions has been revised following the recent price crash, though still predict record highs for the cryptocurrency in 2022. A weeks-long downtrend has seen bitcoin fall to its lowest price in six months, with it currently trading at roughly 50 per cent of the all-time high it experienced in November. After reaching

Apple Universal Control Feature

Apple has finally rolled out “Universal Control”, a feature first unveiled in the summer. The tool allows Macs and iPads to communicate with each other so they can all be controlled by the same mice and keyboards. It was first announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference in June, when Apple said it would arrive in