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Scientists Reveal What Makes Owl a ‘Silent Hunter’ in Night

Owls are known to have excellent night vision and they completely make use of it to seize their prey. Nevertheless, what was unknown was the mechanism behind them being such ...

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NASA Trains 6 Future Mars Dwellers at Hawaii for 8 Months, Their Reactions

NASA has been training six scientists at its make-shift Hawaii Space Exploration Analog and Simulation mission (HI-SEAS) for eight months to see whether these future dwellers of the Red Planet ...

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Saturn’s moon Enceladus stunning lights similar to curtain eruptions seen on Earth: Scientists

New research proposes the possibility that icy eruptions on the surface of Saturn’s moon Enceladus could be in the form of broad, curtain-like eruptions, rather than discrete jets. Based on ...

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Why India Lacks Nobel Laureates in Science? Wonders Harsh Vardhan

India needs a brainstorming exercise to find out why it lacks Nobel Laureautes in science while those who migrated abroad are bringing laurels to the mother land, said Union Minister ...

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Strong quake overdue in India but not soon, say experts

Nepal earthquake has sent shivers down the spines of many Indians living at the Himalayan foothills, fearing a major aftershock may uproot their lives too like the Nepalis. Even Indian media ...

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Swine Flu in India Mutating, Dangerous, says MIT Study

The swine flu in India is mutating and turning more dangerous than any other known strain of H1N1, warn scientists from the MIT, including two Indian-origin researchers. Swine flu has ...

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New Findings of Rosetta Mission Detail into How Comet Evolves

The closest and most-detailed look at the evolution of a comet, that was in headlines a year ago when the European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission helped its Philae Lander touch ...

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Rare Rock with 30,000 Diamonds Found in Russian Mine

A rock with as many as 30,000 diamonds was found in Russia’s Udachnaya diamond mine in northern Siberia, is now being studied by a professor from the University of Tennessee ...

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Native Sri Lankan flying snake now sighted in Andhra forests

A flying snake, almost extinct and native only to Sri Lanka, has been sighted in Andhra Pradesh’s Seshachalam forests, forest officials and researchers said, noting that it was the first ...

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Modi Triggers New Hindu Wave Invoking Ganesh from Mythology

When Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself subscribes to rhetoric and adherence to “Great Hindu Mythology”, Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, BJP MP from Haridwar and former Uttarakhand chief minister, has gone wild ...

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Asteroid Impact: Scientists Call for More Resources, Ask for Greater Prevention

Over 100 scientists, including astronauts, have signed a declaration in which they ask for more resources to prevent asteroid strikes against Earth and raise awareness about the danger such strikes ...

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Wikipedia can Predict Outbreak, Spread of Disease

An increase in visits to Wikipedia pages about a disease can predict its next outbreak, a study suggests. Researchers from the Los Alamos National Laboratory in the US examined 14 ...

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Universe Did Not Collapse After Big Bang Due to Gravity, says Researchers

European researchers have found that gravity provided the stability needed for the universe to survive expansion during the Big Bang and said that is the reason it did not collapse. ...

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First human mini stomach developed with stem cells; to help treat stomach cancer

Moving over from artificially induced tubes int stomach for feeding while seriously ill, externally grown miniature stomachs in the lab will replace the tubes inside your body, going by the ...

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Beware of Health Apps! Time to check, Certify, say scientists

In view of the rising abundance of mobile health apps, a team of scientists and doctors have called for an objective review and certification process of mobile heath Apps that ...

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