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An image of the fossilized lacewing Oregramma illecebrosa (left) and the modern owl butterfly Caligo Memnon (right). Credit: Conrad C. Labandeira and Jorge Santiago-Blay. IU paleobotanist David Dilcher is a co-author on a stu...
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Video of the Day! Lukas Reilly takes home a GoPro Award for keeping his camera steady during this close encounter with an Orca off Kuaotunu Beach, New Zealand.

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Video of the Day! Fabio Wibmer "on the run" was Pinkbike + GoPro's choice for a $1,000 prize.

Get your GoPro fix with more epic videos on our channel: http://g.gopro.com/6263BnDyD
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Erle Robotics make Linux-based brains for robots and drones, and they've just released an open autopilot board for Raspberry Pi Zero and other models, costing €69 (about $75 US, or £50).
At Erle Robotics we create artificial brains for robots and drones based in Linux. Our brains build their intelligence using the Robot Operating System (ROS) and have access to a cloud-based app store for robots and drones.
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We were amazed to read about Dana Lewis's DIY Raspberry Pi-based artificial pancreas. The Pi receives continuous glucose monitoring data, controls a learning algorithm, and issues commands to Dana's insulin pump.

You'll find some great in-depth discussion with Dana in the comments to our blog post, too.
Every now and then a project turns up that makes us blink hard and wonder what on earth we’ve started with this Raspberry Pi thing. This is one of them. Dana Lewis has Type 1 Diabetes, which she’s had to deal with since she was 14. In Type 1 Diabetes, the pancreas doesn’t produce enough …
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Dolphin watching - o alternativă durabilă de dezvoltare
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