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Look mom, no eardrums! Studying evolution beyond the fossil record
22-April-2015

Researchers at the RIKEN Evolutionary Morphology Laboratory and the University of Tokyo in Japan have determined that the eardrum evolved independently in mammals and diapsids―the taxonomic group that includes reptiles and birds.

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“Water Man of India” makes rivers flow again
7-April-2015

Revival of traditional rainwater harvesting has transformed the driest state in India, and could be used to combat the effects of climate change across the world.

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Frost & Sullivan: Convergence Can Provide New Growth Opportunities for Companies
4-April-2015

Bangkok, April 2, 2015 – Frost & Sullivan today hosted the 2015 Growth, Innovation & Leadership summit in Bangkok, discussing Convergence of industries and digital transformation of the Thai economy.

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Octopus-inspired robot – the fastest underwater robot based on the given power – developed in Singapore
2-April-2015

Ability to morph (change shape), propel itself and turn quickly in water (i.e. super-manoeuvrability) efficiently and silently, lending itself to future possibilities in surveillance and inspection

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Hong Kong’s first identified dinosaur-era vertebrate
1-April-2015

A ~147 million-year-old Jurassic-aged osteoglossoid osteoglossomorph fish Paralycoptera from outcrops at Lai Chi Chong has been described. This fossil represents the first dinosaur-era fish - as well as vertebrate - from Hong Kong to be identified.

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