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Cosmic rays does not cause birth defects

Cosmic rays does not cause birth defects

According to a new study, cosmic radiations that reach Earth are not strong enough to cause any birth defects.

India’s ISROplanning a mission to Venus

India’s ISROplanning a mission to Venus

Indian premium space agency, the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has indicated that it is planning a mission to Venus.

Scientists name jellyfish after schoolboy

Scientists name jellyfish	after schoolboy

Scientists in Australia have chosen to honour the schoolboy who discovered a new species of jellyfish in a canal in Queensland, by naming the species after him.

Number of Seabirds declined since 1950, study

Number of Seabirds declined since 1950, study

According to a new global study, the populations of seabirds have declined consistently since 1950's across the world.

Study shows air pollution claimed 9,500 lives in London

Study shows air pollution claimed 9,500 lives in London

According to a new study, air pollution claimed the lives of almost 9,500 people in London during the year 2010.

Scientists find genomic architecture of melon genome

Scientists find genomic architecture of melon genome

A team of scientists have found the genomic architecture of melon genome and were able to prove that highly cultivated and bred linesshow the least diversity.

Crew working to save whale stuck in lagoon on Great Barrier Reef

Crew working to save whale stuck in lagoon on Great Barrier Reef

Wildlife experts and crew members are working to save rare whale that was stranded in a reef lagoon on the Great Barrier Reef.Many worked to save and free the whale that is strandedoff Cairns for abou

SKA Pathfinder discovers galaxy five billion light years away

SKA Pathfinder discovers galaxy five billion light years away

A high-tech radio telescope, SKA Pathfinder telescope in Australia has been able to find a new galazy about five billion light years away from the Earth.

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Experiment with Worms in ISS could Help Understand Astronauts‘ Skin-Thinning in

In order to shed some light on what makes the body build and lose muscle of astronauts' in space, researchers have decide to send thousands of microscopic worms on a mission to the International Space Station (ISS) in an experiment.

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