oh.. my .. god. lmao
WHAT IS THIS EVEN
Cat Shit One
They’re rabbits because USAGI as in United States Army General Infantry/Government Issue/whatever GI means is “rabbit” in Japanese. And the Japanese are like that.
Bunnies are some cold blooded killers man.
I want to see this…
Watch on GoodAnime. I had the best luck with the third video, just pause it once it starts and let it preload some.
Glass diagnostic tools use honey bees to sniff out cancer
Portuguese designer Susana Soares has created a series of glass diagnostic tools which use trained honey bees to detect if a patient has cancer. The “Bees” project draws inspiration from research indicating that “sniffer bees” can be trained to detect specific odors such as explosives, or in Soares’ case, cancer. We’ve previously seen a similar idea where researchers used sniffer dogs to detect lung cancer and help develop a cancer-detecting electronic nose. And although bees can only be trained to detect a single odor, research by Inscentinel suggests that their abilities are just as good, if not better than their canine competitors. “Bees have an acute sense of smell and can be employed as a flexible and rapid biosensor for biochemical molecular odor recognition,” says Soares. “Bees can be easily trained to target a wide range of natural and man-made chemical odors including the biomarkers associated with certain diseases.” The bee training can take as little as ten minutes to complete, involving a simple process where the bees are taught to identify a specific odor by being rewarded with a water and sugar solution. The bees then associate that specific scent with food and will thus always seek it out in future experiments. (via Glass diagnostic tools use honey bees to sniff out cancer)
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