Sergey Malovatov
Sergey Malovatov

Sergey Malovatov

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Sergey Malovatov
Best St Patrick’s Day facts - bizarre things you didn't know about the Irish event including why Leprechauns...

Best St Patrick’s Day facts - bizarre things you didn't know about the Irish event including why Leprechauns...

Best St Patrick’s Day facts - bizarre things you didn't know about the Irish event including why Leprechauns aren't green The early Leprechauns looked completely different to the green-clothed, ginger-bearded and Guinness-drinking men you'll see crowding into bars on St Patrick's Day They are typically portrayed as mischievous little creatures in green hats, jackets and trousers. But the o...

Sergey Malovatov
Have you ever googled yourself? A crush? Your neighbors? 57% of Americans admit to keeping an eye on...

Have you ever googled yourself? A crush? Your neighbors? 57% of Americans admit to keeping an eye on...

Have you ever googled yourself? A crush? Your neighbors? 57% of Americans admit to keeping an eye on their online reputation, and 46% admit to using the internet to look up someone from their past. But Google is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to finding personal information. There’s a new website going around that users are calling "creepy," "scary," and "awesome." Have you ever ...

Sergey Malovatov
Amid the glitz and glamour of the CES consumer electronics show in Las Vegas last week, one piece of...

Amid the glitz and glamour of the CES consumer electronics show in Las Vegas last week, one piece of...

Amid the glitz and glamour of the CES consumer electronics show in Las Vegas last week, one piece of news struck a particularly sour note for Chinese phone-maker Huawei. Despite months of preparation, the giant US mobile carrier AT&T announced last Monday that it was pulling out of a deal to sell Huawei’s smartphones. The decision was taken as a result of political pressure on AT&T by Ameri...

Sergey Malovatov
Part greenhouse, part solar plant, this farm is harvesting food from the Australian desert. Officially...

Part greenhouse, part solar plant, this farm is harvesting food from the Australian desert. Officially...

Part greenhouse, part solar plant, this farm is harvesting food from the Australian desert. Officially launched in October 2016 at Port Augusta in South Australia after a six-year pilot, it's the first outpost of Sundrop Farms. The company wants to make farming more resilient to climate change by using the desert's plentiful sunshine, as well as piped-in seawater, to produce food in arid enviro...

Sergey Malovatov
Kenyan cave sheds new light on dawn of modern humans

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Archaeologists from the Australian...

Kenyan cave sheds new light on dawn of modern humans www.news.com.au Archaeologists from the Australian...

Kenyan cave sheds new light on dawn of modern humans www.news.com.au Archaeologists from the Australian National University (ANU) have unearthed a treasure trove of items from a cave in Kenya, giving researchers fresh insight into a crucial time period when Homo sapiens first started showing signs of modern behaviour. The Panga ya Saidi cave is the only known site in East Africa with an unbro...

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Pregnant rhino could bring related subspecies back from brink of extinction

'The confirmation of this...

Pregnant rhino could bring related subspecies back from brink of extinction 'The confirmation of this...

Pregnant rhino could bring related subspecies back from brink of extinction 'The confirmation of this pregnancy through artificial insemination represents an historic event for our organisation but also a critical step in our effort to save the northern white rhino' Josh Gabbatiss, Science Correspondent  A southern white rhino’s pregnancy has raised hopes that her northern cousins can be ...

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Kenyan cave sheds new light on dawn of modern humans

www.news.com.au

Archaeologists from the Australian...

Kenyan cave sheds new light on dawn of modern humans www.news.com.au Archaeologists from the Australian...

Kenyan cave sheds new light on dawn of modern humans www.news.com.au Archaeologists from the Australian National University (ANU) have unearthed a treasure trove of items from a cave in Kenya, giving researchers fresh insight into a crucial time period when Homo sapiens first started showing signs of modern behaviour. The Panga ya Saidi cave is the only known site in East Africa with an unbro...

Sergey Malovatov
Books Your Teenager Is Reading That You Should Too

By Nicole Lamy

May 8, 2018

Dear Match Book,
I ...

Books Your Teenager Is Reading That You Should Too By Nicole Lamy May 8, 2018 Dear Match Book, I ...

Books Your Teenager Is Reading That You Should Too By Nicole Lamy May 8, 2018 Dear Match Book, I am a scientist in my late 50s, and a lifelong book addict. Several years ago I found myself rereading books my daughter had been assigned in her high school literature classes, as a path to neutral conversational ground. Some of these books, like “Lord of the Flies,” by William Golding, and ...

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Smart knows that’s not English – how adland took a mallet to the language

Baffling slogans have become...

Smart knows that’s not English – how adland took a mallet to the language Baffling slogans have become...

Smart knows that’s not English – how adland took a mallet to the language Baffling slogans have become the new norm in advertising, with such grammar-mangling examples as ‘Live your unexpected’, ‘Find your happy’ and ‘Eat more amazing’ Christopher Beanland Mon 14 May 2018 It’s taken a millennium and a half for English to develop into a language as rich and complex as a char...

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Robots Replace Soldiers in First Breaching Exercise of its Kind

8 Apr 2018

By Martin Egnash

GRAFENWOEHR...

Robots Replace Soldiers in First Breaching Exercise of its Kind 8 Apr 2018 By Martin Egnash GRAFENWOEHR...

Robots Replace Soldiers in First Breaching Exercise of its Kind 8 Apr 2018 By Martin Egnash GRAFENWOEHR, Germany — Humans took a backseat during a base exercise on Friday, in which robots cleared obstacles for manned tanks and fighting vehicles. U.S. and British troops participated in the Robotic Complex Breach Concept demonstration, during which several remote-controlled vehicles perform...

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It's a date: English-language leaders' debate confirmed for Sept. 17

For the first time in Quebec electoral...

It's a date: English-language leaders' debate confirmed for Sept. 17 For the first time in Quebec electoral...

It's a date: English-language leaders' debate confirmed for Sept. 17 For the first time in Quebec electoral history, there will be a televised English-language leaders' debate. A date has been set for Monday, Sept. 17 — two weeks before Quebecers head to the polls on Oct. 1. The leaders of all four parties with seats in the National Assembly will take part in the 90-minute debate. They ...

Sergey Malovatov
Amid the glitz and glamour of the CES consumer electronics show in Las Vegas last week, one piece of...

Amid the glitz and glamour of the CES consumer electronics show in Las Vegas last week, one piece of...

Amid the glitz and glamour of the CES consumer electronics show in Las Vegas last week, one piece of news struck a particularly sour note for Chinese phone-maker Huawei. Despite months of preparation, the giant US mobile carrier AT&T announced last Monday that it was pulling out of a deal to sell Huawei’s smartphones. The decision was taken as a result of political pressure on AT&T by Ameri...