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Europeans remained lactose intolerant well after adopting cheese-making: study

Europeans remained lactose intolerant well after adopting cheese-making: study

Ancient Europeans remained intolerant to lactose nearly 5,000 years after they started keeping cattle and goats for milk production and adopted cheese-making, according to a new study.

Christiana Figuere surges for unity in climate talks

Christiana Figuere surges for unity in climate talks

Christiana Figueres, the head of UN'S climate change agenda has urged the negotiators from member countries to show unity on talks and arrive on an agreement during talks in Bonn.

SpaceX’s Dragon Cargo Spacecraft set for departure from ISS

SpaceX’s Dragon Cargo Spacecraft set for departure from ISS

The Dragon cargo spacecraft of the private spaceflight company, SpaceX, is ready to leave International Space Station, ISS, on Saturday, October 25.

Researchers discover ‘Information Strings’ through Virtual Computer Experiment

searchers discover ‘Information Strings’ through Virtual Computer Experiment

It has been reported that a team of researchers, through a virtual computer experiment, has discovered 'information strings' with peculiar properties that are needed to control cell metabolism.

Researchers Make First Large DNA Crystals by crystallizing DNA

Researchers Make First Large DNA Crystals by crystallizing DNA

Researchers from the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard University have claimed that they have created unique structures by crystallizing Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA).

Bonus for avoiding whales for ships

Bonus for avoiding whales for ships

Cargo ships in the US are being paid a bonus for avoiding collisions with whales and protecting the mammal at seas.

Australia proposing Antarctic sanctuary

Australia proposing Antarctic sanctuary

Authorities in Australia have said that they are aiming to gather support for its plans for developing a giant marine sanctuary off east Antarctica.

Saturn’s Mimas could be hiding subterranean ocean: study

Saturn’s Mimas could be hiding subterranean ocean: study

Mimas, a small ice moon of Saturn that is often believed to be one of the dullest satellites, is now attracting astronomers' attention who believe that it has a serious case of the 'wobbles,' accordin

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Toyota sells partial stake in Tesla Motors

In a recent announcement, world's biggest automaker Toyota Motor Corp has revealed that sold some of its stake in the electric-car manufacturer Tesla Motor Inc. The move is apparently a result of the dwindling sales of the plug-in SUV jointly developed by Toyota and Tesla.

Although Toyota - the top shareholder of Tesla - has sold some of...

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