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Kids can pick up attitude from robots they play and learn with

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Children using a companion robot to help solve puzzles or listen to them tell stories tried harder when it was programmed to have a can-do attitude

NASA Announces Discovery of Planets That Could Sustain Life

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Four new Earth-sized exoplanets have been discovered orbiting a star about 40 light-years away - and each may contain liquid water and be able to sustain life, astronomers from NASA and the European Southern Observatory said Wednesday. A Belgian-led team was able to spy these planets using space- and ground-based telescopes as they passed in front of their host, a red dwarf star known as TRAPPIST-1.

Top professional performance through psychopathy

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The term “psychopath” is not flattering: such people are considered cold, manipulative, do not feel any remorse and seek thrills without any fear – and all that at other’s expense. A study is now shattering this image. They claim that a certain form of psychopathy can lead to top professional performance, without harming others or the company.

Tired teens 4.5 times more likely to commit crimes as adults

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Teenagers who experience sleep problems and exhibit anti-social behavior are more likely to commit violent crimes as adults, new research concludes.

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The unexpected supramolecular chemistry of nitrate anions

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A team of researchers argues that the nitrate anion can display a counterintuitive Lewis acidity. Their findings may serve as a (retrospective) guide to interpret data involving the chemical behavior of nitrate anions, which are ubiquitous in nature.

Researchers aim to disrupt egg production in dengue- and Zika-spreading mosquito

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The mosquito Aedes aegypti, which can spread dengue fever, chikungunya, Zika fever, and yellow fever virus, requires a blood meal to develop eggs. One way to control the spread of these diseases is to tamper with the reproductive events that follow this mosquito's blood meal. A team of scientists has explored this at the molecular level. They focused on microRNAs, which play a critical role in mosquito egg maturation.

Kids can pick up attitude from robots they play and learn with

Added: 23.02.2017 18:53 | 0 views | 0 comments

Children using a companion robot to help solve puzzles or listen to them tell stories tried harder when it was programmed to have a can-do attitude

Account-Based Marketing Is Hot -- But Is It Right For Your Startup?

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Entrepreneurs, particularly first-time founders, tend to reach for the marketing and sales spray gun; more firepower, they mistakenly assume, yields better results. Account-based marketing can paint a more profitable picture.

From: www.forbes.com

Foster + Partners' Apple Park set for April 2017 opening

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The giant ring-shaped office complex designed by British firm Foster + Partners for Apple is due to welcome the tech company's employees this spring. Formerly known as Apple Campus 2, the vast building and grounds in Cupertino, California, are almost complete. More than 12,000 people will move into the offices over six months from April

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