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Preservation without borders

Diversity & Ethics

A computer-controlled hand is removing barriers for the deaf-blind community.

And now a research team from Queensland University has developed an app that promotes international dialogue between scientists aiming to preserve endangered species of bird.

Often, birds’ territory extends across continents and linguistic boundaries. In the app, species at risk of extinction are categorised according to language.

A move which allows users to see which foreign researchers they can contact to discuss conservation strategies.

Support that could be made available for other ‘transfrontier’ animals in future.

As far as birds and their flight routes go, the earth’s magnetic field is more important than any man-made territories.

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