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Global Warming causing Salamander Shrinkage in US

Global Warming causing Salamander Shrinkage in US

Scientists have found evidence that climate change is leading salamanders in the US to shrink.

Population of Ancient Wooly Mammoth Declined due to Cervical Ribs

Population of Ancient Wooly Mammoth Declined due to Cervical Ribs

Researchers have solved the mystery behind the decline of numbers of Wooly mammoths after analyzing fossil remains of woolly mammoths from the North Sea, dating back to 12,000 years.

Repeatedly Playing Violent Video Games will Make Children Think and Act Aggressively

Repeatedly Playing Violent Video Games will Make Children Think and Act Aggressi

Repeatedly playing violent video games will make children to think and behave in a more aggressive manner, says a new study.

NASA Seeking Proposals for Advance Technology Development

NASA Seeking Proposals for Advance Technology Development

NASA officials are seeking proposals to conduct studies in advanced technology development to support its NASA's Asteroid Redirect Mission.

SpaceX Confident to Launch Resupply Mission to ISS on March 30

SpaceX Confident to Launch Resupply Mission to ISS on March 30

SpaceX is confident to lift-off of Dragon spacecraft for the next supply mission to the International Space Station (ISS) on March 30.

NASA Releases 360-Degree Portrait of Milky Way

NASA Releases 360-Degree Portrait of Milky Way

With an aim to take pictures of Milky Way, NASA launched the Spitzer Space Telescope (SST), an infrared space observatory, in 2003.

Fisheries Wasting Too Much of their Catch: Report

Fisheries Wasting Too Much of their Catch: Report

Modern fishing practices have become the bane of marine life, said a report just published by Oceana, an organization for ocean conservation.

Democratic Members Raise Concern on Increased Prices of Hepatitis Drug, Sovaldi

Democratic Members Raise Concern on Increased Prices of Hepatitis Drug, Sovaldi

Some concerns on the high prices of hepatitis C drug, Sovaldi, have been raised by democratic members of the Congress. Henry Waxman of California, Frank Pallone Jr.

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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.

Timothy Etheridge from University of Exeter who studies muscle decline in space and potential ways of...

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