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Researchers pinpoint part of the brain that recognizes facial expressions Researchers pinpoint part of the brain that recognizes facial expressions

Researchers at The Ohio State University have pinpointed the area of the brain responsible for recognizing…


Volcanoes tied to shifts in Earth's climate over millions of years Volcanoes tied to shifts in Earth's climate over millions of years

  A new study in the April 22 edition of Science reveals that volcanic activity associated with…


Nearby Supernova Ashes Rain On Earth Nearby Supernova Ashes Rain On Earth

Most of the cosmic rays arriving at Earth from our galaxy come from nearby clusters of massive stars,…


New smart mattress will tell you if your partner is cheating New smart mattress will tell you if your partner is cheating

Sleep tracking is nothing new, but one company wants to track when your mattress is being used, especially…


2-day robotics competition begins in RUET 2-day robotics competition begins in RUET

A two-day Inter-university robotics competition began at Rajshahi University of Engineering and Technology…


Researchers show 'dirty mice' could clean up immune system research Researchers show 'dirty mice' could clean up immune system research

Scientists at the University of Minnesota have developed a new way to study mice that better mimics…


First North American monkey fossils are found in Panama Canal excavation First North American monkey fossils are found in Panama Canal excavation

Seven fossil teeth exposed by the Panama Canal expansion project are the first evidence of a monkey…


Earth had 11th straight record warm month in March Earth had 11th straight record warm month in March

Washington: March was the 11th consecutive month a monthly global temperature record was broken, the…


Victorian Age technology to enhance virtual reality experience Victorian Age technology to enhance virtual reality experience

Virtual and augmented reality have the potential to profoundly impact our society, but the technologies…


Human limbs may have evolved from shark gills Human limbs may have evolved from shark gills

Human limbs may have originated from shark gills, according to a study published Tuesday that backs…


Indoor pollution more harmful: Research Indoor pollution more harmful: Research

New research in the journal Science of the Total Environment has highlighted the dangerous effects of…


Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hit Study: Dinosaurs were declining long before asteroid hit

Dinosaurs were in decline long before an asteroid strike polished them off about 66 million years ago,…


New study discovers way to forecast earthquakes New study discovers way to forecast earthquakes

Scientists, led by an Indian-origin researcher, have discovered a way to forecast earthquakes based…


Newly Discovered Galaxy Is 4 Billion Light Years From Earth Newly Discovered Galaxy Is 4 Billion Light Years From Earth

This really is a galaxy far, far away.   A hidden dwarf dark galaxy was discovered four billion…


US Officials Invite Hackers to Attack Pentagon US Officials Invite Hackers to Attack Pentagon

Every year, the Pentagon spends hundreds of millions of dollars protecting its computer systems from…


Dinosaurs 'in decline' 50 million years before asteroid strike Dinosaurs 'in decline' 50 million years before asteroid strike

The dinosaurs were already in decline 50 million years before the asteroid strike that finally wiped…


We all lie, scientists say, but politicians even more so We all lie, scientists say, but politicians even more so

We watch with fascination as candidates for the world's most powerful job trade falsehoods and allegations…


Chinese driverless cars complete 2000-kilometre road test Chinese driverless cars complete 2000-kilometre road test

Beijing, China:  Two self-driving cars produced by a Chinese firm completed a 2,000-km journey…


Cassini Probe Catches Interstellar Stardust Cassini Probe Catches Interstellar Stardust

The Cassini space probe, which has been circling Saturn since 2004, has detected interstellar dust,…


Tiger countries agree to preserve big-cat habitats Tiger countries agree to preserve big-cat habitats

Countries with wild tiger populations have agreed to do more to protect tiger habitats that are shrinking…


Apple defends stand in Brooklyn case on iPhone access Apple defends stand in Brooklyn case on iPhone access

Apple urged a federal court Friday to reject efforts to force the company to help break into an iPhone…


India may relocate tigers to Cambodia India may relocate tigers to Cambodia

NEW DELHI: Tigers from India could be relocated to Cambodia as part of a plan to increase the animal's…


West Bengal: 65 out of  70 wells dry up in four months West Bengal: 65 out of 70 wells dry up in four months

Seventy wells in a village, 65 of them dry. For the last four months, residents of Tarabari village…


Lack of knowledge, skills hindrance to protect cyberspace: Vilius Benetis Lack of knowledge, skills hindrance to protect cyberspace: Vilius Benetis

An international cyber security expert working for protecting cyberspace of the government of Bangladesh…


SoftTech-IT arranges free freelance outsourcing training SoftTech-IT arranges free freelance outsourcing training

SoftTech-IT has arranges Free Training  programme on Freelancing for people of all walk. Interested…


Implantable device may soon shrink pancreatic tumours in humans Implantable device may soon shrink pancreatic tumours in humans

In pioneering research, researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and Massachusetts…


Electric car firm Faraday to start Nevada plant by 2018 Electric car firm Faraday to start Nevada plant by 2018

Upstart electric car company Faraday Future hopes to have its first vehicles rolling off the assembly…


US Govt Both Supports Encryption and Seeks Limitations US Govt Both Supports Encryption and Seeks Limitations

The recent announcement by mobile messaging service WhatsApp that it would begin offering end-to-end…


British astronaut all set to run London Marathon from space British astronaut all set to run London Marathon from space

Britain's first official spaceman,Timothy Peake, says he's ready to run the London Marathon…


Facebook unveils 360-degree 3D video camera at F8 developer conference Facebook unveils 360-degree 3D video camera at F8 developer conference

New York:  Taking the video recording to a next level, social media giant Facebook unveiled its…


Microsoft, Facebook reveal they pay equal to men, women Microsoft, Facebook reveal they pay equal to men, women

Facebook Inc. and Microsoft Corp. , two of the technology companies pressed by an investment firm for…


New planet-hunting tool to refine exoplanet search New planet-hunting tool to refine exoplanet search

Washington: A team of scientists has developed a new refined tool to search for exoplanets orbiting…


Google testing Android app for people with disabilities Google testing Android app for people with disabilities

Google is currently testing an Android app that will let you control some primary functions with only…


Conservationists offer new options to better protect Sharks Conservationists offer new options to better protect Sharks

The waters around eastern Indonesia are known as the "Amazon of the Seas," because of their…


Tiger numbers show increase for first time in a century Tiger numbers show increase for first time in a century

The estimated number of wild tigers worldwide has risen for the first time in a century, conservationists…


Drought threatens California despite El Nino

Drought threatens California despite El Nino

Last winter, El Nino-driven storms dumped much-needed snow and rain over California, boosting reservoir…


NASA's planet-hunting Kepler probe goes into emergency mode NASA's planet-hunting Kepler probe goes into emergency mode

The Kepler spaceship is in trouble again, and NASA scientists are diligently working to find creative…



Soon, interact with products as you shop Soon, interact with products as you shop

Instead of reading a label, consumers could soon be interacting with an electronic screen on packages…


Earth could become hotter than thought, study warns Earth could become hotter than thought, study warns

Global warming could make the planet far hotter than currently projected because today's scientific…

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