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Birds Are Giving Researchers A Crash Course In Flight Safety

Research at The University of Queensland has revealed the stunningly simple reason why birds never crash mid-flight: they always veer right. The findings from Professor Mandyam Srinivasan’s laboratory at the Queensland Brain Institute have enormous potential for automated anti-crash systems on aircraft. More »      
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