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Capturing and Sorting thickets of stars in galaxies far, far away

A Yale University astronomer has helped untangle the cosmic knots of stars at the center of giant, elliptical galaxies. Two studies, one led by Yale’s Grant Tremblay and other led by Michigan State University researcher Megan Donahue, are providing new information about why the universe’s largest elliptical galaxies ratchet down their star production despite having plenty of available star-making material. ...

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Some Autism Kids Escape Detection But Struggle with it Later: Study

A study by pediatricians shows that autism detection criteria cannot pinpoint its existence in some children but they undergo emotional and behavioral symptoms which require special education support. About one in 14 toddlers diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) no longer met the diagnostic criteria in elementary school, but continued to struggle with emotional and behavior symptoms and never received ...

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Leopards in India’s Human Populated Areas Not Conflict Animals: Study

Defending leopards in human populated areas as not necessarily or always “stray” or “conflict” animals, a GPS-based study in India said they are good-natured residents with strategies to thrive in these areas. The study, which observed the secret lives of these big cats, suggests that policy makers need to rethink India’s leopard management strategies, saying they apply tactics to avoid ...

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Quantum Teleportation possible, 100+ meters now but space-based transmission sure in future

With eights days difference, two research groups, one in China and the other in Canary islands proved that the long-cherished quantum teleportation is possible. The Chinese group did the experiemnt on May 17 and achieved quantum teleportation across Qinghai Lake in China, a distance of 97 km, which is 16 km more than the previous record. Within eight days, a ...

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