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Sahika Gurdal
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Enjoy the show! ;-)
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Drones are forcing people to think about who owns the airspace above private property.

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A team of scientists, at the University of Tokyo’s Institute of Industrial Science, has created an entirely new type of glass that is nearly as tough as steel. According to the researchers, the breakthrough could herald a whole new generation of incredibly sturdy windows and tableware. What is more, it could be used to produce super-durable displays for a range of electronics, including smartphones, tablets and computers.

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Watch Simon explain the work he put in to his NEW BOOK 'Off to the Vet - and Other Cat-astrophes'.

Find out where to buy your copy here – 
http://simonscat.com/…/off-to-the-vet-and-other-cat-astrop…/

This film includes Closed Caption translations in, English, French, German, Italian, Polish, Russian and Spanish!

What happened to the film ‘Off to the Vet’?
‘Off to the Vet’ is the first 12 minute Simon’s Cat film which has been produced in full colour. The film is now complete and currently only available to our Indiegogo funders via our private production blog. We plan to release ‘Off to the Vet’ in 2016, so please look out for updates on www.simonscat.com and on our YouTube channel!
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Our friends at +The Planetary Society reminded us that today is National Pumpkin Day with this great pumpkin, carved by their very own Josh Spradling Photography (https://www.facebook.com/spradling.portfolio)
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Researchers turn REM sleep -- not dreams, as the headline implies -- on and off with the flip of a switch.

"The researchers inserted an optogenetic switch into a group of nerve cells located in the ancient part of the brain called the medulla, allowing them to activate or inactivate the neurons with laser light. When the neurons were activated, sleeping mice entered REM sleep within seconds."
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