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Men and women tend to respond differently to many kinds of vaccines. That’s probably because of a mix of factors, including hormones, genes and the dosing of the shots.
A new study suggests that large swaths of the tropics will experience dangerous living and working conditions if global warming isn’t limited to 1.5 degrees Celsius.
Their severed heads get around just fine until they regenerate perfectly functioning, parasite-free new bodies, scientists say.
Could they speak, too? Did they proposition modern humans in an interspecies creole language?
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Pretty much what the title says, I'm looking for a single NB-IoT card for a gps to be used in a remote area but I literally cannot find a single place that'll provide that service to individuals. I'd be able to settle for LTE-M but it's just more of the same. It probably doesn't help that it needs to work in Australia, in any case I'm hoping someone here knows something. I don't understand why providers only have their service open to companies in the first place, what difference does it make?
From studies of “geometric frustration,” scientists learn how paper folds under pressure.
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I'm currently writing my university dissertation on consumer privacy perceptions in regards to smart speakers (e.g. Amazon Echo, Google Home/Nest, etc.). As part of my study, I am conducting a questionnaire for smart speaker users.
If you have a spare 5-10 minutes and would like to take part I'd be extremely grateful. The questionnaire is aimed at smart speaker users aged above 18+, so if you don't use a smart speaker, feel free to share this with someone who does.
Please read the front page in order to best understand the definition of a "smart speaker", and whether this applies to you.
If you have any questions or queries in regards to the survey, please feel free to let me know.
Thanks in advance!
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