Zombie outbreak? Statistical mechanics reveal the ideal hideout
A team of Cornell University researchers focusing on a fictional zombie outbreak as an approach to disease modeling suggests heading for the hills, in the Rockies, to save your 'braains' from the 'undead.'
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Forensics exhibition shows how science can make dead speak
(AP)—For all of us, death is the end. For forensic scientists, it's also a beginning.
Utah Senate OKs bill allowing drive-thrus to ban cyclists
Update: The Utah Senate has passed a bill that will allow Salt Lake City businesses to ban cyclists from drive-thru lanes.
Transport trends depend on walkability to neighbourhood destinations
Data collated over seven years from the RESIDential Environments (RESIDE) study supports evidence that neighbourhood walkability (how easy it is to walk around your neighbourhood) is an important determina ...
How music listening programmes can be easily fooled
For well over two decades, researchers have sought to build music listening software that can address the deluge of music growing faster than our Spotify-spoilt appetites. From software that can tell you ...
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