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During the dive, the AUV vehicle is flying 3 meters high over the seabed at 2.2 knots (roughly 4 km per hours) and takes an image every second

Using robots and AI to understand deep sea

Benthic ecosystems are chronically undersampled, particularly in environments >50 m depth. Yet a rising level of anthropogenic threats makes data collection ever more urgent....

Frogs could vanish from ponds due to climate change

A deadly frog disease is spreading due to climate change. And it is predicted that the entire frog population may vanish in the next...
New technology to empower Parkinson’s patients

New technology to empower Parkinson’s patients

Current guidelines propose that individuals with Parkinson's should receive a specialist review like at regular intervals, whatever the stage of their condition, more often...
Dentists underdiagnose when faced with time pressure, research shows

Dentists underdiagnose when faced with time pressure, research shows

Dentists can miss important details on x-rays when put under time pressure, according to new research led by the University of Plymouth. The study showed...
Scientists blended smartphone to reveal what’s inside

Scientists blended smartphone to reveal what’s inside

Smartphones, mobile phones with more advanced computing capabilities and connectivity than regular mobile phones, came onto the consumer market in the late 90s. The...
Interdisciplinary approach the only way to address devastating effects of soil erosion

Interdisciplinary approach the only way to address devastating effects of soil erosion

Soil erosion is a gradual process that occurs when the impact of water or wind detaches and removes soil particles, causing the soil to...
High levels of carcinogenic chemical found in everyday consumer products

High levels of carcinogenic chemical found in everyday consumer products

Cadmium is a heavy metal of considerable environmental and occupational concern. Cadmium compounds are classified as human carcinogens by several regulatory agencies. However, international regulations...
Study solves puzzle of snail and slug feeding preferences

Study solves puzzle of snail and slug feeding preferences

Why some seedlings are more commonly eaten by slugs and snails? A new study by the University of Plymouth has the answer. The study suggests that...
Amazon forests failing to keep up with climate change

Amazon forests failing to keep up with climate change

In a new study led by more than 30 institutions around the world, scientists assessed the impact of global warming on thousands of tree species across...

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