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NASA planning to test space launch system booster

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Engineers have said that American space agency, NASA is planning to testrocket booster qualification motor for its giant new Space Launch System (SLS) rocket.NASA has said that they are planning to conduct tests on two five-segment boosters and four RS-25 engines that will enable the SLS to reach orbit.

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Eggs can be un-boiled: University of California Research Team

3 hours 41 min ago

Researchers from the University of California, Irvine, have found a technique that can help transform boiled eggs back to their original form. According to the researchers, the method could help in fields like food processing and even in cancer treatment.

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Baby smiles after seeing mother through glasses

Sun, 01/25/2015 - 07:48

A new video has captured an emotional moment showing a baby smile after seeing her mother for the first time through a pair of special glasses.

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Stronger emotions help women have better memories, study

Sun, 01/25/2015 - 00:48

According to a new study, women have stronger emotional responses and it helps them have better memories.

Experts say that women’s brain processes emotions differently than that of men. A large study by a research team at University of Basel in Switzerland found that women rate emotional images in a more intense manner than men and are thus more likely to remember them.

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NHTSA to add two emergency-braking technologies to its star-rating system

Sat, 01/24/2015 - 08:53

During the course of a meeting with automotive engineers in Washington on Wednesday, US Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx said that the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) is making a change to its star-rating consumer advisory system, by adding two emergency-braking technologies.

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Scientists find Texts considered to be oldest Copy of Gospel

Fri, 01/23/2015 - 15:01

Scientists have found out texts that are believed to be the oldest copy of a gospel, the Gospel of Mark that was written during 90 A.D.

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Study: US iPhone usage rates correlated to education, population density

Fri, 01/23/2015 - 08:42

According to the findings of a new study published by ad platform Chitika’s research arm - Chitika Insights – on Thursday, usage rates of the Apple iPhone in the US has a positive correlation with the education level of the users as well as population density.

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New MegaChat communications platform launched by Kim Dotcom's Mega

Fri, 01/23/2015 - 07:10

On Thursday, Kim Dotcom’s controversial Mega storage locker for online content announced the launch of a new communications platform dubbed ‘MegaChat,’ which has been designed to challenge Skype and other similar services.

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Google reportedly planning to launch new wireless cellular service

Fri, 01/23/2015 - 07:04

According to a recent Associated Press report, tech giant Google is apparently planning to foray into the wireless data market with the launch of a new wireless cellular network, which has been codenamed ‘Project Nova.’

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Biologists still trying to find the cause of death of around 200 Aquatic Birds

Thu, 01/22/2015 - 15:38

California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) officials said that an unidentified sticky substance has killed around 200 birds and more than 250 birds are receiving care.

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South Dakota Officials Plan To Frame New Rule to Stop Spread of Invasive Species

Tue, 01/20/2015 - 11:01

It has been found that officials in South Dakota are trying hard to make some moves in order to slow the spread of invasive species in the waterways. As of now, the South Dakota Game Fish and Parks Commission has proposed several regulations to prevent introduction of the invasive species and also to slow the spread of existing populations.

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Researchers develop the Smallest Laser

Tue, 01/20/2015 - 08:37

Researchers from the Princeton University in New Jersey have developed a device that can be a huge step for technology. According to reports, the researchers have created the smallest laser that could be powered by single electrons.

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Zebras' Stripes May Help them Stay Cool

Mon, 01/19/2015 - 09:39

According to a new study, black stripes of Zebra may help them to stay cool in midday African heat. Researchers have work hard to describe the purpose of unique black-and-white coat of zebra.

Earlier, it has been suggested that the stripes of zebra may help them camouflage themselves and escape from lions and other predators, or to stay away from nasty bites from disease-carrying flies.

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Some coral reefs are able to recover from ‘bleaching’

Fri, 01/16/2015 - 08:17

According to a new study, some of the coral reefs in the rea are able to recover from the harmful effects of “bleaching” on corals.

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Swiss students creates robot that copy’s movement of cuttlefish

Wed, 01/14/2015 - 08:56

A group of Swiss university students has created an underwater robot that imitates movements of a cuttlefish.

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Waterways: The Greatest Contributor to Sea Level Rise

Wed, 01/14/2015 - 08:31

Scientists have previously revealed that Greenland's frozen ground cover is melting at a rapid pace, which is significantly increasing sea level. It's a stark reality that the complete melt of Greenland's ice and snow will increase global sea level by more than seven meters.

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Experts say adding a ‘leap second’ may cause issues this year

Tue, 01/13/2015 - 09:11

Experts have said that adding a leap second this year may result in problems with the computing world as the world community is planning to add a second on 30 June, 2015.

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Aberdeen streets are most polluted in Scotland, study

Tue, 01/13/2015 - 00:36

According to a new study by a leading environmental pressure group, Aberdeen streets are among the most polluted in Scotland

Market Street and Wellington Road were listed as among the worst of 19 streets in Scotland including levels of tiny particulate matter that are generated by car exhausts, according to Friends of the Earth Scotland

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Medical group recommend H.P.V tests for cervical cancer

Sun, 01/11/2015 - 08:18

Leading medical organizations have recommended a human papillomavirus (H.P.V.) for testing women for cervical cancer before adopting Papanicolaousmear screening.

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Woman dies in Kenosha due to complications of the flu

Sun, 01/11/2015 - 08:14

Medical workers have said that a 26-year-old health care worker has died in Kenosha County due to the complications of the flu.A Kenosha County official said Katherine McQuestion had received a flu shot but died due to the complications. McQuestion from Kenosha was working as a radiology technician at St. Catherine's Medical Center in Pleasant Prairie.

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Arizona Baby born with No Eyeballs

An infant, Richie Lopez, was born about three months ago in Mesa without eyeballs. According to doctors, the baby suffers a rare disorder known as 'anophthalmia'. The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that anophthalmia is the medical term for the absence of one or both eyes. In this case, a baby doesn't have eye...

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