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Researchers claim they found ways to grow plants in space

Wed, 11/04/2015 - 23:31

A team of researchers in Queensland in Australia have said that they have cracked the genetic code of a plant and this would help grow plants in space and eventually colonise other planets like MARS.

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Scientists create simulated 3-D exotic clouds on an exoplanet

Tue, 11/03/2015 - 23:51

A team of scientists have developed simulated 3-D exotic clouds on an exoplanet in order to determine how the clouds would look like on the celestial body.

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Teenaged girl in Oregon contracts bubonic plague, report

Sun, 11/01/2015 - 23:21

According to healthcare officials, a teenaged girl in the state of Oregon in the United States has been diagnosed with having contracted the bubonic plague.

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Study shows angry men can be more influential than angry women

Thu, 10/29/2015 - 10:34

A new study has found that the men use anger to influence others on the other hand; women tend to lose influence if they use anger to make a point.

The researchers studied men use anger to influence others and concluded that men are more influential when angry. The study found that women do not usually have the same opportunity to influence when they express anger.

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Study says DNA tests can save unborn babies from Down's syndrome

Tue, 10/27/2015 - 23:22

According to a new study, using DNA test for Down's syndrome could potentially save the lives of unborn babies in the UK.

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Concerns over new disease caused by ticks

Mon, 10/26/2015 - 23:22

Health experts have said that there are increasing concerns over a new illness similar to Lyme disease caused by the spread of ticks in the UK.

The experts have found that the bacteria were carried by parasites that are resistant to drugs. They said that the new disease causes headaches, fatigue and muscle disease in a similar manner to the Lyme disease.

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Physical activity is essential for healthy brain

Sun, 10/25/2015 - 23:29

According to a team of researchers, physical activity, which keeps body fit and healthy, is very essential for maintaining a healthy brain.

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Study shows Objects Separated by Great Distance can Affect Each other’s Behavior

Fri, 10/23/2015 - 23:42

Famous theoretical physicist Albert Einstein may have contributed many important equations to science, but he was not right all the time. A team of Dutch researchers have claimed that two particles can affect each other even when they are separated by a huge distance, which means Einstein was wrong.

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Planned Parenthood Clinics raided over documents relating to allegations of Medicaid fraud

Fri, 10/23/2015 - 23:37

On Thursday, agents from the Texas Office of the Inspector General reached at the Planned Parenthood clinics in Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio unannounced. They were there to have documents related to allegations of Medicaid fraud.

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Climate change to disrupt oceans’ food chain, study

Tue, 10/20/2015 - 10:51

According to a new study, Climate Change will significant oceans across the world and result in a completecollapseof food chain.

The study by researchers at Adelaide Universityin Australia showed that increasing level of ocean acidification and warming might reduce the number of important species and also impact their diversity and this might impact the ecosystems across the world.

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George Mueller, NASA Scientists who Made Moon Landing in 1960s Dies at 97 on Oct 12

Tue, 10/20/2015 - 10:50

George Mueller, a coolly decisive, hard driving engineer, scientist and administrator died at the age of 97 due to cognitive heart attack on Oct 12, 2015. A career space engineer was known as the ‘Father of the Space Shuttle’ who made President John F. Kennedy’s manned moon landing possible in 1960s.

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Jupiter’s Great Red Spot continues to shrink

Tue, 10/20/2015 - 10:49

A lot many changes are taking place on Jupiter’s surface. Experts come to know of them from Hubble Space Telescope, whose job is to observe how the Solar System’s outer planets are changing over the period of time.

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Michigan DEQ Director Dan Wyant acknowledges mistakes by the state in handling Flint water emergency

Tue, 10/20/2015 - 08:59

On Monday, the leader of the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality accepted that critical mistakes were made that resulted into the contamination of drinking water of Flint. DEQ Director Dan Wyant on Sunday admitted the mistakes that the state made in handling of the situation. He said that they are bringing the necessary changes.

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Robots still need to learn common-sense reasoning, expert

Tue, 10/20/2015 - 08:51

A leading Australian expert has said that robots still need to lean the skill of common-sense reasoning in order to be able to perform more human tasks.

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FAA Requires Drone Owners to Get Their Drones Registered With Government

Mon, 10/19/2015 - 23:47

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) wants people who purchase drones this year to get their drones registered with the government. The Transportation Department said it will be making an announcement related to drones on Monday but later declined to comment on the matter.

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FDA approves use of Praxbind in patients taking anticoagulant Pradaxa (dabigatran) during emergency situations

Mon, 10/19/2015 - 23:42

Praxbind (idarucizumab) has been given accelerated approval by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA has approved it only for patients who have been taking the anticoagulant Pradaxa (dabigatran) under emergency conditions wherein there is a need to reverse Pradaxa’s blood-thinning effects.

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Excessive Drinking Costs Nearly Quarter of a Trillion Dollars to America

Mon, 10/19/2015 - 04:11

A new study from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealed that excess of drinking or boozing is costing the US nearly a quarter of a trillion dollars every year.

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Faraway star sparks speculation of alien life

Sun, 10/18/2015 - 01:37

A star, which is about 1,500 light years from Earth, has sparked a lot of speculation over the internet after astronauts picked up unusual readings suggesting there is unusual amount of debris orbiting the star at different speeds.

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Study shows size of brain is not linked to IQ level

Sat, 10/17/2015 - 00:47

According to new research, the brainsize is not linked to the level of IQ in a person in a great way. The new study is contrary to widely held belief that the size of brain affects the intelligence quotient (IQ) of the person.

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New App Can Improve Sleeping Habits among Veterans

Fri, 10/16/2015 - 23:32

Macalester College senior Tyler Skluzacek's father, who is a soldier, was having trouble while sleeping after he returned home from a tour in Iraq in 2007. Tyler and his team decided to develop an app to help Skluzacek's father. The app could track the sleep of veterans.

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NHS settlement is good but not enough, experts

Health care experts in the UK have said that the new settlement proposed by UK Chancellor George Osborne for a better funded health service is a good effort but warned that it falls long way short of what is needed to stabilise the overall health service.

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