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Names proposed for new chemical elements Names proposed for new chemical elements

Names have now been proposed for the four new chemical elements added to the periodic table in January.…


Spitting image: Clever fish can recognise human faces Spitting image: Clever fish can recognise human faces

Paris:  A tropical fish can tell one human face from another despite lacking a part of the brain…


100 Mars candidates to undergo five-day tests 100 Mars candidates to undergo five-day tests

The 100 candidates on the shortlist to establish a human colony on the planet Mars are to undergo tests…


Rising temperatures may make flowers less fragrant Rising temperatures may make flowers less fragrant

Jerusalem:  Flowers may be losing their diverse and delicious fragrances, thanks to increasing…


Astronauts enter world's first inflatable space habitat Astronauts enter world's first inflatable space habitat

CAPE CANAVERAL: Space station astronauts opened the world's first inflatable space habitat Monday…


Arctic getting greener due to climate change: NASA Arctic getting greener due to climate change: NASA

Washington:  Using 29 years of data from satellite imageries, NASA scientists have found extensive…


Samsung announces updated price for Samsung Galaxy J2 and J5 Samsung announces updated price for Samsung Galaxy J2 and J5

Samsung Mobile Bangladesh has announced attractive promotional price for its Galaxy J2 device and new…


Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter, Pinterest accounts hacked Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg's Twitter, Pinterest accounts hacked

The accounts of Mark Zuckerberg, co-founder and CEO of social media giant Facebook, on Twitter and Pinterest…


What Does it Take to Become a NASA Astronaut? What Does it Take to Become a NASA Astronaut?

For many aspiring space explorers around the world, becoming an astronaut is a childhood dream.  …


"Exercise" wheels explain benefits of mammal's brains

The relentless desire by mice to run on cage "exercise" wheels has helped explain at a molecular…


Why do mosquitoes bite some people more? Why do mosquitoes bite some people more?

In a room full of people, you're the only one who gets bitten by mosquitoes. What makes you a delicacy…


Surfer dies after losing leg in Australian shark attack Surfer dies after losing leg in Australian shark attack

A surfer who lost a leg in an Australian shark attack has died in hospital, police said today, saying…


Rare 'Baby Dragons' Hatch in Ancient Slovenian Cave Rare 'Baby Dragons' Hatch in Ancient Slovenian Cave

Two "baby dragons" have been recorded hatching for the first time in a remote cave in Slovenia…


Google teaching its driverless car to honk Google teaching its driverless car to honk

Software giant Google, in its Self-Driving Car Project’s latest monthly report, has said that…


Underwater 'lost city' found to be geological formation Underwater 'lost city' found to be geological formation

The ancient underwater remains of a long lost Greek city were in fact created by a naturally occurring…


Google Made A Machine That Can Compose Its Own Music Google Made A Machine That Can Compose Its Own Music

Google is where we go when we have a question, and it looks like the tech company may have just provided…


Ancient Wari Empire and Genetic Diversity Ancient Wari Empire and Genetic Diversity

The imperial dominance of the ancient Wari Empire at the Huaca Pucllana site in Lima, Peru, was likely…


Universe is expanding faster that thought: Astronomers Universe is expanding faster that thought: Astronomers

In a significant find, astronomers using NASA's Hubble Space Telescope have discovered that the…


Chinese panda gives birth in Belgium Chinese panda gives birth in Belgium

A giant panda on loan to Belgium from China gave birth to a cub in a Belgian zoo on Thursday, a rare…


Comets break up, make up throughout their lives Comets break up, make up throughout their lives

New York:  Some periodic comets -- objects that orbit the Sun in 200 years or less -- may regularly…


This software turns users' webcams into eye-trackers This software turns users' webcams into eye-trackers

A new software developed by scientists at the Brown University in the US can help website owners and…


Hydrogen Seen in Distant Galaxy Hydrogen Seen in Distant Galaxy

An international team of scientists has pushed the limits of radio astronomy to detect a faint signal…


Pluto's Polygons Formed by Convection Pluto's Polygons Formed by Convection

On Pluto, icebergs floating in a sea of nitrogen ice are key to a possible explanation of the quilted…


Scientists discovered rare 'Einstein Ring' Scientists discovered rare 'Einstein Ring'

London:  Scientists have discovered one of the most symmetrical Einstein rings - a rare astronomical…


World's costliest smartphone unveiled at $14,000 World's costliest smartphone unveiled at $14,000

London: Bringing speculations to an end, Israeli start-up Sirin Labs has officially unveiled its…


Artificial intelligence spots more offensive photos than humans on our site: Facebook Artificial intelligence spots more offensive photos than humans on our site: Facebook

Washington:  In an attempt to combat hate speech, Facebook has said its artificial intelligence…


Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Microsoft sign EU hate speech code Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, Microsoft sign EU hate speech code

Brussels, Belgium:  Internet giants Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Microsoft on Tuesday signed…


Why global warming hasn't touched Antarctic Ocean Why global warming hasn't touched Antarctic Ocean

While the world continues to grapple under the effects of global warming, researchers have found why…


2010 Gulf oil spill pollution sent to seafloor 2010 Gulf oil spill pollution sent to seafloor

Scientists working in the Gulf of Mexico have found that contaminants from the massive 2010 Deepwater…


Don’t miss seeing Mars close approach tonight Don’t miss seeing Mars close approach tonight

Monday is the day, Mars, the red planet, is at its closest to Earth in 11 years as it comes within 47.2…


World’s best beaches 2016: Plan your next holiday in paradise World’s best beaches 2016: Plan your next holiday in paradise

Dreams of white sand beaches and paradisiacal ocean waves dancing in your head? With the holiday season…


NASA tries again to inflate spare room in space NASA tries again to inflate spare room in space

Washington, United States:  NASA tried again Saturday to inflate an add-on room at the International…


Scientists finally know what stopped Mongol hordes from conquering Europe Scientists finally know what stopped Mongol hordes from conquering Europe

In 1206, Genghis Khan, a fierce tribal chieftain from northern Mongolia, began to take over the world.…


Gadgets which are replacing alarm clocks Gadgets which are replacing alarm clocks

You are pretty sure to wake yourself up using the Android alarm app while primitive residents relied…


3D model shows  sea waves move materials 3D model shows sea waves move materials

  Mathematicians have developed a new 3-D model that reveals how invisible internal sea waves move…


New gatekeeper for light discovered New gatekeeper for light discovered

Imagine a device that is selectively transparent to various wavelengths of light at one moment, and…


NASA successfully deploys space station’s inflatable room NASA successfully deploys space station’s inflatable room

US space agency NASA successfully deployed the first experimental inflatable room attached to the International…


Researchers Identify How Zika Virus Infects Placenta Researchers Identify How Zika Virus Infects Placenta

A team of researchers led by Indian-origin scientists have discovered that the deadly Zika virus can…


NASA to make second attempt to inflate expandable habitat on ISS NASA to make second attempt to inflate expandable habitat on ISS

Washington:  After NASA's first attempt at deploying an inflatable habitat on the International…

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