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John Kennedy announces aim to put an American on Moon on May 25, 1961

John Kennedy announces aim to put an American on Moon on May 25, 1961

Former U.S. President John F Kennedy had announced his aim to send an American to the Moon more than five decades ago, on May 25, 1961.

Humans will use oceans & dig underground for living space: survey

Humans will use oceans & dig underground for living space: survey

Struggling to cope with increasing living space crisis, humans will use oceans and dig underground for housing in the next ten years, according to results of a survey conducted by a group of leading a

Biologists perplexed at existence of 11 disparate species of Panther chameleons

Biologists perplexed at existence of 11 disparate species of Panther chameleons

An extensive study into the reasons for color variation in Madagascar's panther chameleons by a team of biologists from the University of Geneva and the University of Antananarivo revealed that at lea

Scientists convert embryonic stem cells into inner-ear hair cells

Scientists convert embryonic stem cells into inner-ear hair cells

A new research published in the journal Development detailed how an international team of scientist successfully converted embryonic stem cells into inner-ear hair cells that are crucial for our sense

House Republicans using military bill to block sage grouse’s ‘endangered’ listing

House Republicans using military bill to block sage grouse’s ‘endangered’ listin

In an apparent effort to ensure that sage grouse is kept off the ‘endangered’ list, a military bill is being used by House Republicans. The Republicans’ effort is being backed by Big Oil.

Three juvenile white beluga whales sighted in Oyster Bay Harbor

Three juvenile white beluga whales sighted in Oyster Bay Harbor

Three young white beluga whales were recently sighted in a Long Island creek – the Oyster Bay Harbor.

Global warming will cause drastic rise in ragweed levels in Europe: study

Global warming will cause drastic rise in ragweed levels in Europe: study

Warmer temperatures and increasing carbon dioxide 9cO2) levels due to global warming will cause ragweed levels to drastically grow in most of Europe in the future, a study published in a recent editio

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will no longer test algae blooms in lakes

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers will no longer test algae blooms in lakes

The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers will no longer bear the responsibility of sampling and testing algae blooms that occur in lakes managed by the corps.

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Mediterranean diet reduces risk of womb cancer, study

According to a new study, adapting a Mediterranean diet can significantly reduce to risk of getting womb cancer.The researchers found that those who followed a Mediterranean diet have lowered their risk of womb cancer by 57 per cent.

They said that women who have Mediterranean diet can halve the risk of getting womb cancer. The disease...

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