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IPCC’s Projected Sea Level Rise may already be outdated, says NASA

IPCC’s Projected Sea Level Rise may already be outdated, says NASA

As per NASA, the projections made by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change on a rise in global sea levels of 1 to 3 feet have already become a thing of past.

New crustacean species named to honour Elton John

New crustacean species named to honour Elton John

A team of scientists have named a new crustacean species after famous composer and singer Sir Elton John to honour his contribution.

Study finds plastic materials in cosmetic products

Study finds plastic materials in cosmetic products

A team of researchers have said that they have found millions of plastic particles in several cosmetic products available in the market.

Environmental groups to organize a major climate rally

Environmental groups to organize a major climate rally

It has been reported that a number of environmental groups are coming up with a major climate rally and a large crowd will assemble on the National Mall.

Nasa's Curiosity rover takes a 360 degree selfie on MARS

Nasa's Curiosity rover takes a 360 degree selfie on MARS

The Curiosity rover, sent by American space agency NASA to Mars, has taken an amazing 360 degree image of itself as it was in the Marias Pass region of Mars.

Rare dinosaur footprints found in Lower Saxony in Germany

Rare dinosaur footprints found in Lower Saxony in Germany

A team of scientists from Germany have found a long trail of footprints from a rare dinosaur at a site in Lower Saxony in Germany.

New exhibition to mark space dog mission

New exhibition to mark space dog mission

A new exhibition is being organised to celebrate the mission that sent dogs to space to pave the way for the human space missions.

Scientists developing artificial leaf for fuel source

Scientists developing artificial leaf for fuel source

A team of scientists have developed an artificial leaf that might be used as a new source of fuel in the future to power machines including cars and homes.

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Gaining weight in midlife can increase risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease

With more number of people aging, it is predicted that number of people with Alzheimer’s will also increase. Currently, there are around 5 million people are living with Alzheimer’s in America. If no medical intervention is done, the number is set to increase more than double by 2050.

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