A team of Japanese researchers from the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology may become the first people to communicate with dolphins using their own language.
The population balance of some marine ‘pests’ could be drastically changed as the world’s oceans become increasingly acidic. Populations of certain types of marine organisms known collectively as the ‘biofouling community’ – tiny cr... Read Post
The NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories is coming up with technology that automatically generates animated sign language in order to expand sign language in news broadcasts. The automatic sign language translation system ... Read Post