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Origami-Inspired Petit Pli Clothing Grows With Kids

By Sarah Benton Feitlinger on August 18, 2017
Origami-Inspired Petit Pli Clothing Grows With Kids

Parents often use the expression “in the blink of an eye” to express their astonishment at how fast their children reach adulthood. However, for those with newborns, the phrase is literal given that an average baby grows between 6 to 7 sizes within the first two years! While exciting, the constant wardrobe replenishment is expensive and also results in a lot of wasted clothing. To tackle the issue, Ryan Yasin has created an origami-inspired line of clothing that expands (or contracts) automatically, resulting in a perfect fit each time.

Japanese Town Seeks Help From Dogs To Sniff Out Stomach Cancer

By Ashley Johnson on August 12, 2017
Japanese Town Seeks Help From Dogs To Sniff Out Stomach Cancer

While Japan is known to have higher than average rates of stomach cancer, the residents of the town of Kaneyama in Yamagata Prefecture appear to be particularly susceptible to the gastric ailment. After a recent report revealed that the municipality had one of the highest stomach cancer fatality rates out of the nation’s 344 “secondary medical districts”, the town officials decided to get its 6,000 residents tested.

Perseid Meteor Shower Will Be In Full Glory On August 12 And 13

By Meera Dolasia on July 30, 2017
Perseid Meteor Shower Will Be In Full Glory On August 12 And 13

The Perseid meteor shower is one of the most anticipated celestial events in the Northern Hemisphere. Though the shooting stars are already lighting up the skies in small numbers, the pace will accelerate around mid-August, making them easy to view without a telescope. This year, the best time to see nature’s annual firework display will be on August 12 and 13.

Lost Irish Beach 'Magically' Reappears After 33 Years

By Kim Bussing on July 26, 2017
Lost Irish Beach 'Magically' Reappears After 33 Years

With its majestic mountains, spectacular landscapes, and pristine beaches, Ireland’s Achill Island has always been a popular European tourist destination. However, since April, the rugged 57-square mile island of just 2,600 residents has gained worldwide fame thanks to the ‘miraculous’ return of a beach that was washed away over three decades ago.

It's Summer!

By Meera Dolasia on July 7, 2017
It's Summer!

Summer’s here, which means it’s time for the DOGOnews team to take a short break and prepare for the upcoming school year. We will be back in a few weeks with more exciting news articles. Meanwhile, be sure to browse through the over 3,000 published articles and see what you might have missed or re-discover some old favorites.

Flatworm Returns From Space With Two Heads!

By Kim Bussing on July 5, 2017
Flatworm Returns From Space With Two Heads!

Worms are not the first thing that come to mind when one thinks of space travelers. However, that is exactly what the researchers from Tufts University decided to send to the International Space Station (ISS) on January 10, 2015. Some were left whole, others had their head or tail sliced off, while a few poor souls went to space with neither head nor tail! The group of planarian flatworms (Dugesia japonica) selected for their ability to regenerate any body part, were in varying states. Some were left whole, others had their head or tail sliced off, while a select few were shipped with neither head nor tail!

Adorable Pooch Fired From Police Force For Being Too Friendly Lands A Better Job

By Sona Dolasia on July 2, 2017
Adorable Pooch Fired From Police Force For Being Too Friendly Lands A Better Job

When six-week-old Gavel arrived at the Government House, the official residence of the Governor of Queensland, in April 2016, everyone thought it would be for just a short period. The adorable purebred German Shepherd was, after all, being trained to become a Queensland Police Service (QPS) dog to help officials chase down criminals. Given that five members of his extended family are currently in the force, there was little doubt of his success.

Alaska Fishermen Grapple With Killer Whale "Bandits"

By Meera Dolasia on June 26, 2017
Alaska Fishermen Grapple With Killer Whale "Bandits"

Pods of crafty orcas in Alaska’s Bering Sea have figured out an easy way to get fed. Instead of seeking out the fish themselves, the clever whales chase down fishing boats and steal the entire day’s catch, as much as 20,000 to 30,000 pounds of halibut and black cod, in a single swoop.

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