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Fossil Study shows Strange Wings used by Little Dinosaur

Fossil Study shows Strange Wings used by Little Dinosaur

Researchers were left surprised by a little dinosaur that had a pair of bizarre wings. Researchers previously learnt that wings made of feathers were normally used by dinosaurs for flight.

Ethical debate starts over genetically modifying human embryos

Ethical debate starts over genetically modifying human embryos

The scientific community and various sections of the society around the world are engaged in a debate over the concerns relating to the genetically modifying human embryos.

China's simulates unmanned docking

China's simulates unmanned docking

Space scientists in China have conducted tests to simulate an unmanned docking close to the moon.

Trouble falling asleep may be linked to High BP: Study

Trouble falling asleep may be linked to High BP: Study

People who face trouble in falling asleep may have increased risk of high blood pressure, finds a new study conducted in China.

China, Russia oppose plans for Antarctic Ocean sanctuary

China, Russia oppose plans for Antarctic Ocean sanctuary

The representatives of China and Russia have opposed an international proposal to create the world's largest ocean sanctuary in Antarctica.

US-based Yum! Brands lowers its 2014 Profit forecast due to lower sales in China

US-based Yum! Brands lowers its 2014 Profit forecast due to lower sales in China

Yum! Brands or Yum!, the United States-based fast food company that is the operator and parent company for KFC, Pizza Hut and Taco Bell, has reportedly lowered its 2014 earnings forecast.

China’s MIIT approves the sale of iPhone 6 handsets in the country

China’s MIIT approves the sale of iPhone 6 handsets in the country

Apple has revealed in an earlier-this-week announcement that the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) has, after a long approval process, given the company the go-ahead to se

Samsung rebuffs ‘Gapgate’ complaints about its new Galaxy Note 4 phablet

Samsung rebuffs ‘Gapgate’ complaints about its new Galaxy Note 4 phablet

Within days of the launch of Samsung Electronics' new, oversized Galaxy Note 4 'phablet' in China and South Korea on Friday, the company is fighting claims that the device has a 'Gapgate' defect.

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Smelliest titan arum plant blooms in Edinburgh

A plant named, titan arum, which is often referred to as the smelliest plant in the world, has bloomed under the care of horticulture experts in Edinburgh in Scotland.

The plant has the heaviest corm ever recorded at 153.9kgs and has produced seven leaves during the previous twelve years since it was placed under the care of researchers...

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