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Saturn’s Moon Enceladus harboring Large Underground Ocean of Water

Saturn’s Moon Enceladus harboring Large Underground Ocean of Water

Since 2005 when photographs of Enceladus, a moon of Saturn, showed geysers of ice crystals spewing out its south pole, planetary scientists have suspected the presence of water inside the moon.

Three Patients suffering from Meningitis Die

Three Patients suffering from Meningitis Die

Eight cases of invasive meningococcal disease in the Los Angeles County were announced so far this year, said the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.

New Exhibition Allows to Get Up Close and Personal with Prehistoric Flying Reptile

New Exhibition Allows to Get Up Close and Personal with Prehistoric Flying Repti

A new pterosaur exhibition is going to take place at the American Museum of Natural History on Saturday, April 5 and will continue till January 4.

Sharks Switch between Various Senses as they Hunt Prey: Study

Sharks Switch between Various Senses as they Hunt Prey: Study

Sharks can be called as true predators as they use all their senses in different combinations and ways to hunt their prey.

Residents in Ratcliffe Claiming Chupacabra Captured Alive

Residents in Ratcliffe Claiming Chupacabra Captured Alive

It has been claimed by residents in Ratcliffe, Texas, that they have found the mythical, despicable chupacabra. And this time, it has been captured alive.

DARPA Looking at development of Robot-Human Hybrid

DARPA Looking at development of Robot-Human Hybrid

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) made an announcement that they are targeting at development of a new generation of technologies to combine biological and electronic systems.

MannKind Corp’s Afrezza Won Recommendations from U.S. Advisory Panel

MannKind Corp’s Afrezza Won Recommendations from U.S. Advisory Panel

After long-waiting for the approval of inhaled diabetes treatment drug, Afrezza, MannKind Corp. finally got recommendation from U. S. advisory panel.

Astronauts Eagerly Await Mini Robot Space Surgeon

Astronauts Eagerly Await Mini Robot Space Surgeon

Researchers are almost ready with their first mini robot space surgeon (produced through Virtual Incision in Lincoln, Nebraska), and it will soon undergo its zero-gravity test to clear its path of cli

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Cancer patients under 65 are more open to alternative drugs: study

People suffering from potentially deadly disease of cancer under age of 65 years are more likely to look for alternatives drugs to allay their symptoms and side-effects of treatment than other older patients, a new newly published study suggested.

Dr. Jun Mao, Director of integrated oncology at the Abramson Cancer Center at the...

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