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Daylen Brickley, a baby from the US state of New Hampshire, is the proud owner of a lifetime permit to hunt and fish - the first license holder under a new program. His fishing license is valid, but he will need to complete a hunter safety course before receiving that permit.
The spacecraft which made a spectacular landing on a comet last year has discovered a rich array of carbon compounds. One leading scientist has even described the chemicals as "a frozen primordial soup"...
Storing information so that you can easily find it again is a challenge. From purposefully messy desks to indexed filing cabinets, we all have our preferred systems. How does it happen inside our brains? Somewhere within the dense, damp and intricate 1.
Insects solve some pretty wacky biological problems, says Dr Gregory Sutton. And he should know. For almost a decade, he has been using high-speed cameras to reveal the secrets of the most acrobatic of the world's invertebrates...
The UK's Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) received a record number of complaints about nuisance calls in the past year. The watchdog said 180,188 complaints about unwanted promotional calls and text messages had been made, up 11% from last year...
Campaign group Amnesty International has called for an independent inquiry after it was confirmed it was spied on by British surveillance agency GCHQ. It said it was "outrageous" that human rights bodies were being monitored...
Facebook is to start paying some video creators for uploading their clips to the platform. The company is launching a Suggested Videos feed that curates a sequence of clips, interspersed with adverts.
Sitting eating a hot dog outside Lyon's exhibition centre, I couldn't help noticing the group at the next table. Three young men were chatting while a fourth sat completely immobile, not saying a word. Maybe that was because the fourth was a robot...
Researchers have used "mind games" to reveal clues about how nerve cells may change when making new memories. The team asked 14 volunteers to view pictures of people and faces, while recording the activity of single brain cells...
Now circus skills are being used not as a way of running away, but as a way of preventing marginalised young people from dropping out. And there is a branch of academic study to examine the social impact of circuses, known as "circademics"...
The 22-year-old man died in hospital after the accident at a plant in Baunatal, 100km north of Frankfurt. He was working as part of a team of contractors installing the robot when it grabbed him, according to the German car manufacturer.
We apply DFS on the graph and keep track of two properties for each node in DFS tree produced :1. Its time(or order) of first being discovered in DFS.(say p1)2. The order of oldest ancestor it can reach.(say p2)Initially both are same for every node.
 circuit directed graph graph theory algorithm Robert Tarjan
Tarjan's Algorithm is an algorithm in graph theory for finding the strongly connected components of a graph. Although proposed earlier, it can be seen as an improved version of Kosaraju's algorithm, and is comparable in efficiency to the path-based strong component algorithm.
 circuit directed graph graph theory algorithm Robert Tarjan
Look ahead towards the middle of the century and much-loved animals such as lemurs, rhinos and tigers will only survive in some form of captivity. And extinction will be even more of a threat than it is now.
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Sometimes it is hard to comprehend the size of things in astronomy. Just our Solar System, the little corner of the Milky Way in which we live, is vast.

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