Octopus and human brains have surprising similarity and here is why

Evolutionary history over time has shown that while vertebrates, ie, those animals with backbones developed large and complex brains, invertebrates lacked them. However, one exception did exist in the latter: the cephalopods. According to a study published in the journal, “Science Advances”, a team led by Nikolaus Rajewsky of the Max Delbruck Center has shown … Read more

Science News Roundup: Europe names world’s first disabled astronaut; Europe flags space ambitions with spending hike and new astronauts and more

Following is a summary of current science news briefs. Europe names world’s first disabled astronaut The European Space Agency on Wednesday named the first ever “parastronaut” in a major step towards allowing people with physical disabilities to work and live in space. The 22-nation agency said it had selected former British Paralympic sprinter … Read more

FTI Consulting : Q3 Activity Contributes to All-Time High in European Insurance M&A Despite Fewer Transactions, According to FTI Consulting Report

London, 22 November 2022 – European insurance M&A deals for 2022 continue to run at an all-time high of 292, compared to 280 in Q1-Q3 2021 and 190 during the same period in 2020, as investors pursue opportunities to deploy unspent capital despite geopolitical tensions, economic turmoil and the rising cost of debt financing, according … Read more

Mobilize Financial Services Teams with Accenture to Launch New Usage-Based Insurance; ‘Mobilize Insurance’ to scale Renault Group’s usage-based car insurance business in Europe

PARIS; – Mobilize Financial Services, a subsidiary of the Renault Group, has announced that it is to launch Mobilize Insurance, a car insurance specialist for the European market that will offer integrated usage-based car insurance for Renault, Dacia and Alpine customers. As part of the group’s ambition to create sustainable mobility for all, Mobilize Insurance … Read more