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Ladies, here are the best moves to drop on the dance floor

Ladies, here are the best moves to drop on the dance floor Although the study in Scientific Reports is confusingly called "Optimal asymmetry and other motion parameters that characterise high-quality female dance," there are some serious nuggets of dance floor gold hidden in the jargon.For the small study, 39 heterosexual females between 18 and 30 years old were recorded using 3D motion-capture as they danced to a basic beat.

Hopefully Your Dog Doesn't Think You're Kind of a Jerk

Hopefully Your Dog Doesn't Think You're Kind of a Jerk But did you know that your dog might actually be judging you based on certain types of behaviors?It all stems from a study where dogs and monkeys were tested by James Anderson of Kyoto University.

Origami-inspired kevlar shield provides portable, quick-deploy cover for police

Origami-inspired kevlar shield provides portable, quick-deploy cover for police That may be about to change, however, courtesy of a new research project coming out of Utah’s Brigham Young University.What engineers at BYU have developed is an origami-inspired, lightweight bulletproof shield designed to protect officers from gunfire.

Komodo dragons are large, scary, and their blood could save human lives

Komodo dragons are large, scary, and their blood could save human lives Here’s one way you could haze a new intern in a biomedical lab: Ask them to go track down a sample of Komodo dragon blood for analysis.The big, strong, venomous creatures (referring to Komodo dragons, not interns!

Pinterest Labs wants to unlock the power of AI to predict user behavior

Pinterest Labs wants to unlock the power of AI to predict user behavior What happens when you add machine learning to a database of 100 billion image-rich objects and ideas?The company wants to join the ranks of industry giants Facebook and Google in accelerating the growth of artificial intelligence through open research and collaboration.

This robot knows what you're thinking

This robot knows what you're thinking We want the human to do what’s natural and teach [the] robot to interpret that as input signal,” said Gil.Otherwise, they won’t notice any errors made by the robot, meaning that the researchers won't be able to signal that the robot is wrong.

The mystery of why pandas are black and white has been solved

The mystery of why pandas are black and white has been solved We finally know why pandas are black and white.They're a study in contrasts, with black fur that matches dark forests and white fur for snow-filled landscapes.

The reasons why social media can make you feel both magical and miserable

The reasons why social media can make you feel both magical and miserable What these alternately sunny or apocalyptic portrayals often miss is exactly how social media use influences the way young people see themselves.Two recent studies both showed that social media use can be associated with feeling lonely and low.

Instead of telling women who might get pregnant they can't drink, study suggests trusting them

Instead of telling women who might get pregnant they can't drink, study suggests trusting them Now a new study provides strong evidence that medical guidelines issued last year about pregnancy and alcohol use underestimated women.The logic of the guidance also implied that women might not change their alcohol use once learning they were expecting, so they shouldn't drink at all.

The autonomous robot sub with a really silly name is about to begin its maiden voyage

The autonomous robot sub with a really silly name is about to begin its maiden voyage A high-tech, remotely controlled submarine called Boaty McBoatface is setting out on its first mission in the icy cold waters of Antarctica this week.’s Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) to choose a name for its gleaming new £200 million (about $243 million) polar research ship.

Yup, the pen trumps keyboards when it comes to learning

Yup, the pen trumps keyboards when it comes to learning Yes, according to two Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) scientists, who say that using a pen triggers the brain in a way that makes it more ready to learn.During a two-month-long research project, neuropsychologists Audrey van der Meer and Ruud van der Weel studied brain activity in subjects typing and taking notes by hand.

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