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Doctors use DNA to identify mystery illnesses for the first time

Doctors use DNA to identify mystery illnesses for the first time

A team of doctors have been able to identify rare mystery illnesses affecting children using ground-breaking DNA sequencing scheme.

9 out of 10 smartphone users suffer from "phantom vibration syndrome"

9 out of 10 smartphone users suffer from "phantom vibration syndrome"

According to a new research, a total of nine out of ten people using smartphones suffer from what is known as "phantom vibration syndrome".

Georgia Natural Resources Foundation Offers Opportunity to Bag Fishing License

Georgia Natural Resources Foundation Offers Opportunity to Bag Fishing License

Georgians have the opportunity to win lifetime hunting and fishing license in the next edition of a contest sponsored by the Georgia Natural Resources Foundation.

Researchers Endeavoring to Create Graphene-Based Devices

Researchers Endeavoring to Create Graphene-Based Devices

Because of graphene's unique ability to smoothly transfer electrons without any resistance at room temperature, scientists are endeavoring to create graphene-based electronic devices in coming year

New ‘Device Control System’ to Make Robots Smarter and Safer

New -Device-Control-System-Robots-Smarter-and-Safer

Researchers at Georgia Institute of Technology have made a control system that is capable of increasing the intelligence level of robots. Billy Gallagher, a recent Georgia Tech Ph.D.

Fossil Studies Show All Humans Belonged to Single Species

Fossil Studies Show All Humans Belonged to Single Species

It has been described in one human evolution paper published in 2013 that the five highly variable Dmanisi fossils belonged to a single population of Homo erectus.

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