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SpaceX Falcon 9 test craft reaches altitude of 744 metres

SpaceX Falcon 9 test craft reaches altitude of 744 metres

SpaceX has been gaining ground in its efforts to develop reusable rocket with improved capabilities in order to meet future requirements.

Skull indicates relation between human ancestors

Skull indicates relation between human ancestors

Researchers have found a `time link' from 1.8 million years ago, located in Dmanisi, Georgia.

Deep-sea Internet to help detect tsunamis, drug-smugglers & discover oil reserves

Deep-sea Internet to help detect tsunamis, drug-smugglers & discover oil reserve

Deep-sea Internet would help detect drug-smugglers, deadly tsunami and untapped oil reserves, an electrical engineer involved in the development of the ambitious project said.

National park ecosystems at risk due to elevated nitrogen emissions

National park ecosystems at risk due to elevated nitrogen emissions

Elevated levels of nitrogen putting the ecosystems of America's national parks at risk, a recently published study revealed.

Deep-Sea Internet Under Development

Deep-Sea Internet Under Development

A group of researchers from University at Buffalo are working on the development of a deep-sea Internet. Main aim of the development is to carry out an array of tasks.

Young Apes have Emotions similar to Humans: Study

Young Apes have Emotions similar to Humans: Study

If findings of U. S. researchers are to be believed, emotional development of bonobos is similar to that of children. The researchers were studying young bonobos in an African sanctuary.

Salmonella outbreak reaches 20 states

Salmonella outbreak reaches 20 states

Federal officials have said Salmonella outbreak have reached 20 states and Puerto Rico in the country as health centres have reported more than 300 cases.

Attempts to Improve Water Quality in Large Water Bodies May Disrupt Microbial Process

Attempts to Improve Water Quality in Large Water Bodies May Disrupt Microbial Pr

A research has been carried out by a group of researchers from University of Minnesota.

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First Generation Stars were 140 Times Bigger than Sun: Study

Scientists in a recent report have revealed that they have found some traces of one of the first stars of the universe. They said that these traces were detected from a chemical composition that was taken from a prehistoric star found in the aura of the Milky Way galaxy.

Dr. Wako Aoki, from the National Observatory of Japan, lead author...

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