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The United Nations designated 2013 the International Year of Water Cooperation. A.; Rykoff, E.; Aldering, G.; Amanullah, R.; Barbary, K.; Burns, M. S.; Conley, A.; Connolly, N.; Deustua, S.; Fadeyev, V.; Fakhouri, H. Inspired by the dating app Tinder, which asks users to ‘swipe right’ across their screens to approve prospective matches, an app called Papr is inviting scientists to swipe to rate life-sciences preprints.And like other recommendation algorithms, Papr also promises to learn from researchers’ choices so that it can supply them with preprints they’ll like.It aims to make major scientific progress by creating the first 4-dimensional brain map of early life.
It also suggests the Roman and Chinese empires may have had more interaction than many historians had previously thought.
, Dr Redfern said: “The expansion of the Roman Empire across most of western Europe and the Mediterranean, led to the assimilation and movement of many ethnically and geographically diverse communities.
"Its power and wealth meant that it also had trade connections for raw materials and products, such as silk throughout Europe, Africa and also to the east, including India and China.
The images and data will be available for wider use by the scientific community.
The researchers hope this will help to improve understanding of conditions including Autistic Spectrum Disorder and Cerebral Palsy.