Scientists at the University of Bath have developed an artificial neuron chip that behaves just like biological neurons.
A team of researchers in Poland worked on eye-tracking technology to give them hints at the ideally shape of a woman’s boob.
Finland just elected the youngest Prime Minister in the world. Sanna Marin is 34 and leads a coalition of four other parties, all led by women, three in their thirties.
Willie Nelson quit smoking weed. and Big Bird died.
Wal-Mart is selling the KFC-scented yule log that smells like warm fried chicken.
Someone duct-taped a banana to a wall and called it art, and sold two of them for $120K and another for $150K. Then a performance artist ate one in a performance he called, Hungry Artist.
Wasatch County in Utah has a tax revenue shortfall of $6 million when they realized that a single property was over-valued by $1 billion. “I’m thinking it was a data entry that would be something like they dropped their phone on the keyboard and it kicked out all these numbers without verifying,” said County Assessor Maureen “Buff” Griffiths.
Your long read of the week is a fantastic story of lost gold. The Fishermen’s Secret is told by The SF Chronicle.
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