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Disney Light Up the Sky with drones
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Disney Lights Up the Sky with 300 Drones

With New Years Eve coming up, it is time to talk about the future of firework. Disney World Orlando changed this ancient Chinese tradition to start the new year with a bang. When dusk falls over the entertainment complex, hundreds of luminous drones take off, replacing their regular fireworks show.

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The Vaccinator Drone will provide you with the medicine you need.
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Meet the Vaccinator Drone

A new friend from our drones coloring book What’s Flying There? is visiting us today. The Vaccinator Drone is a mosquito-like drone fully equipped to pinch you. But don’t worry, unlike his natural counterpart, this small drone won’t cause you any harm. On the contrary, it will provide you with the medicine you need.

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New Diets for Cows Can Stop Gas Emissions

We’ve all experienced that awkward moment when the body remembers about the beans we ate earlier. Humans are not the only ones who get a bit flatulent after eating certain foods. Cattle emanate 14.5 percent of all greenhouse gas emissions each year. To be exact, yearly 90 million metric tonnes of methane are burped and farted into the atmosphere with drastic effects on climate change. Researchers world wide are looking for ways to change the cow’s diet. Oregano, seaweed and super grass, here how scientists are reprogramming cows guts.

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Horseshoes plastic runners
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Horsesneakers

Horseshoes are so 400 B.C., meet the horsneakers – the latest hit in hoof protection. Thanks to researches in equine anatomy, we have learned that metal horseshoes are actually not the most natural and effective way to protect the horse hoofs. That’s why Megasus Horserunners created the horsesneakers. Although it’s not yet confirmed if these ones also bring good luck like the old-fashioned metal counterparts.

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Manufactured Animals

The Digital Life Project

Since naturalists realized that the human activity was provoking the extinction of many species, it became a necessity and a dream to create an archive of all the living creatures on Earth. Many have tried and failed. Some like 19th-century ornithologist and painter John James Audubon were limited by the technology available at their time. Yet Audubon classified hundreds of illustrations, collected in his book Birds of America. Others, such as photographer Joel Sartore, are currently working on an archive of thousands of animals all around the world, hoping to capture the whole animal kingdom. Today, researchers are able to create accurate 3D models of living organisms to preserve the heritage of life on Earth, that’s the aim of Digital Life Project.

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Reversing Evolution with a Legless Mouse

Hundred million years ago the snake came into existence, by slowly going from an animal with limbs to the slithering creature as we know it today. You might think that evolution worked the other way around, but if you take an x-ray of a phyton or a boa constrictor you can still see rudimentary legs in their bodies. Scientist are now trying to reverse evolution by inserting the mutated leg snake DNA into the DNA of a mouse. The test result is striking: a mouse without limbs.

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A Taste of RoboBee Honey

Bees are dying at an alarming rate, with radical consequences for humans too since these insects are essential to our food production. Without bees pollinating flowers, we could not have strawberries, peppers and apples on the supermarket shelves. While most scientists are focusing on keeping bees alive, Wyss Institute researchers at Harvard are developing a replacement for bees: RoboBees.

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Animal Fauxtography

Fake photography, or fauxtography, has been around since the invention of cameras and nature is one of the most popular subjects of dishonest photographers. From the mythical Loch Ness to the cheesy frogs using a leaf as umbrella, these images have been published in newspapers and spread virally on the web creating a fake perception of nature in the mind of millions around the world.

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Meet the WiFi Drone

Today we present you the WiFi Drone, a not-so-fictional character from the coloring book, What’s Flying There?The WiFi Drone is a friendly never intruding and cooperating drone. His job is to provide everyone with a safe and effective connection, while camouflaging himself perfectly among flowers. He has the appearance of dandelion seeds and that is exactly what he does: he “pollinates” his surroundings with connectivity, just like the bees that bring the pollen from flower to flower. Spreading information while living in harmony with the natural elements.

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Meet the Farmer Drone

The Farmer Drone is a hardworking drone that plows the field, grows crops and milks the cows, all on the same day. This octocopter has the ability to work continuously and to accurately cover hundreds of hectares in just one flight. Think about the costs it saves!

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