CelebHair: A New Large-Scale Dataset for Hairstyle Recommendation based on CelebA 0 (0)

A hairstyle recommendation system that would recommend hairstyles according to facial shapes or other properties could be useful for barbers

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A new era of flight on other worlds 0 (0)

The first flight of a helicopter on Mars will mark the beginning of a new milestone in aviation history. To

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Defective freeloader genomes unmasked in DNA virus infections 0 (0)

Defective freeloader viral genomes have been detected in infections by DNA viruses in humans for the first time, researchers at

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The ongoing search for the perfect climate change metaphor 0 (0)

This week: The ongoing search for the perfect climate change metaphor A new — and drier — home for endangered

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SpaceX wins $2.9B contract for NASA moon lander 0 (0)

NASA said on Friday it has awarded billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk’s private space company SpaceX a $2.9 billion contract to

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This year’s Yukon River Chinook salmon run will likely be small, according to forecast 0 (0)

The 2021 Yukon River Chinook salmon run will likely be a small one, according to pre-season forecasts. Officials on both

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Tiny wireless implant detects oxygen deep within the body 0 (0)

Engineers at the University of California, Berkeley, have created a tiny wireless implant that can provide real-time measurements of tissue

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Negative emissions, positive economy | Technology Org 0 (0)

The long-term goals of the Paris Agreement — keeping global warming well below 2 degrees Celsius and ideally 1.5 C in order

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Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin successfully launches another capsule to the edge of space 0 (0)

Jeff Bezos’s Blue Origin company strapped two employees into a fuelled rocket for practice but pulled them out shortly before sending the

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‘Microchipped’ Monkey plays Pong with its Brainwith its Brain 0 (0)

    Neuralink has demonstrated a video recording showing monkey that plays computer game using just its brain, through an

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Say what? More jargon in a paper means fewer scientists will read it, study finds 0 (0)

Science literature is often littered with technical terms that make little sense to people outside the field of research. But cave

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No Batteries? No Sweat! Wearable Biofuel Cells Now Produce Electricity from Lactate 0 (0)

Scientists develop biofuel cells that can power wearable electronics purely by using human sweat. Wearable electronic devices and biosensors are

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Liberals propose enshrining the right to a healthy environment in legislation 0 (0)

The Liberal government is proposing long-awaited changes to an environmental protection law that includes a recognition that everyone living in

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Drone hits a windshield at 100km/h – The outcome is surprisingly good 0 (0)

Drones are becoming ubiquitous throughout many industries, and despite new regulations mandating their use coming into force these robotic devices

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U.K. conservationists striving to restore local oyster population 0 (0)

Wild Oysters Project is creating underwater nurseries around the U.K. coast hoping to bring back the native European oysters from

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