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Mar
2016

To diagnose autism, watch the eyes

Study results were very positive, with researchers believing that eye-tracking tech could be a cost effective ...

When diagnosing autism spectrum disorder (ASD) in children, doctors currently rely on reports from parents, and direct observations, but those methods don't always produce concrete results. Now, researchers at the Cleveland Clinic have looked to remote eye tracking to help streamline the process, providing a solid, early diagnosis that lets treatment start more quickly.

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Category: Health & Wellbeing

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30
Mar
2016

Return to Popolocrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale review

Return to Popolocrois: A Story of Seasons Fairytale tries to be two things at once.

Although it’s a standalone game, Return to Popolocrois is based on a long running series of Japanese novels, television shows, and previous handheld/console installments. Popolocrois was the first title published in the west, and Return is the second game in the franchise to see a North American release. This game is a Story of Seasons crossover, which is a franchise that focuses on farming, getting...

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Mar
2016
30
Mar
2016

New research may improve the accuracy of “cosmic yardsticks”

Image of supernova remnant G1.9+0.3 composed from data harvested by the Chandra X-ray Observatory

Astronomers have discovered evidence that could help solve a long standing dispute over the origin of Type Ia supernovae, by observing the youngest example of the titanic explosions located to date. The light from the rare breed of supernovae is used by scientists as a cosmic yard stick to chart the expansion of our universe.

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Category: Space

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30
Mar
2016

Tracking deer births from space

Researchers were able to track when deer are likely to start giving birth by looking at ...

NASA's extensive web of satellites has been used for everything from spotting shipwrecks to helping farmers combat draught, but a new project has turned them towards something a little different yet – analyzing deer populations. Making use of the Terra and Aqua probes, the project studied the animals' environment to accurately predict their fawning season.

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Category: Biology

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