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Deep learning deciphers what rats are saying 10

For many years, researchers knew that rodents’ squeaks tell a lot about how the animals are feeling. Much like a wagging tail on a dog, certain vocalizations indicate the rodents are happy. Conversely, other vocalizations indicate the rodents are stressed, or even depressed…. read more >>

A Robot Brings This 290 Million-Year-Old Fossil Back to Life

An impeccably-preserved fossil discovered in Germany was brought back to life with the help of a CT scan, a 3D-printer, computer simulations, and MATLAB. Well, okay, not exactly back to life. But thanks to researchers from Humboldt University of Berlin and École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, technology has the Orobates… read more >>

Top 10 “Behind the Headlines” stories of 2018

Once again, science and technology played a major role in some this year’s biggest stories. The Behind the Headlines blog covered many of these by explaining how MATLAB and 亚搏国际网页 were behind the scenes, helping engineers, scientists, and researchers innovate around the world. Here are our top ten stories of… read more >>

Designing “A Fitbit for Sharks”

There is an area the size of Colorado in the Pacific Ocean that has a rather unique claim to fame. Located part way between Hawaii and California, this region is a gathering spot for hundreds of Great White Sharks. Each year, the sharks travel for over a month to this… read more >>

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