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Old Leather Toy Mouse

Archaeologists have found a toy mouse at the site of Vindolanda, an ancient Roman military fort and settlement on Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland, northern England. The 1,900-year-old leather toy mouse from the Roman fort of Vindolanda. Image credit: Vindolanda Trust. The toy mouse measures 12.2 cm (4.8 inches) long and …

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Tiny Madagascar Dinosaur

Tiny Dinosaur Relative Roamed Triassic Madagascar A new genus and species of ornithodiran — an early relative of dinosaurs and pterosaurs — that lived around 237 million years ago (Triassic period) has been identified from the fossilized remains found in southwestern Madagascar. Named Kongonaphon kely, the ancient reptile was surprisingly …

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Deep Red Light Staring

Study: Staring at Deep Red Light Can Improve Naturally Declining Vision Looking at 670-nm red light for three minutes a day can significantly improve cone color contrast sensitivity (the ability to detect colors) and rod sensitivity (the ability to see in low light), according to a new study published in …

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Google Rich Results

Google Rich Results Test tool now out of beta Google announced that it has removed the beta label from the Rich Results Test tool. The tool now “fully supports all Google Search rich result features.” Deprecating Structured Data Testing Tool. With that, Google said it will begin to deprecate the …

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Google Ads Testing

How to set up a simple Google Ads testing framework for continual campaign optimization Google may have made it easier for marketers to turn a blind eye to text ad testing with automated ad serving, but there are still advantages for those that commit to even a simple cadence of …

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Cool Screens Advertising

Cooler Screens is trying to solve digital advertising’s ‘last-mile’ problem The future of retail shopping involves the tighter integration of digital and in-store experiences. Online distribution of local product inventory is one example, buy-online-pick-up-in-store (“BOPIS”) is another, Amazon Go’s cashier-free checkout is a third. Inventory and ads. One of the …

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Moon’s Missing Metal

Scientists Might Have Found the Moon’s Missing Metal Scientists studying the moon have long puzzled over the low metal content of Earth’s satellite. After all, if the moon formed from fragments of Earth, shouldn’t it have similar metal content? NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) might finally have found an explanation …

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Louvre In Paris Reopens

It’s been 16 weeks since the Louvre shut its doors, the longest period the museum has been closed since the second world war, but now that it has reopened things look a little bit different. From face masks to floor markers, the world’s most visited museum is making an attempt …

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Supercomputing AI Chips

TSMC to Build Supercomputing AI Chips, Ramps Wafer-Scale Computing Over the past year, companies like Cerebras have made headlines for their use of wafer-scale processing. TSMC wants to grow this area of its business and plans to build out its InFO_SoW (Integrated Fan-Out Silicon on Wafer) technology in order to …

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