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Engineers Create Graphene Lens to enable Infrared Vision

Engineers Create Graphene Lens to enable Infrared Vision

A breakthrough study by University of Michigan researchers has created a graphene contact lens which makes infrared vision possible.

Dark Chocolate Beneficial for Human Health

Dark Chocolate Beneficial for Human Health

Researchers have solved the long-term mystery regarding health benefits associated with eating dark chocolate.

Steady Rise Witnessed in Number of Brain Scans Performed Per Year

Steady Rise Witnessed in Number of Brain Scans Performed Per Year

A new study by the University of Michigan's Medical School has unveiled that number of patients undergoing brain scan to find a way to end headaches have been putting immense strain on US healthcare,

Carbon Balance: Amazon Forest Absorbs More Carbon Dioxide than it Emits

Carbon Balance: Amazon Forest Absorbs More Carbon Dioxide than it Emits

A recent study conducted by space agency NASA has suggested that famous Amazon Forest consumes more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere than it creates, therefore playing a crucial role in mitigating t

How Earth escaped a devastating Solar Storm in 2012?

How Earth escaped a devastating Solar Storm in 2012?

A July 2012 solar storm would have destroyed global electronic systems if it had occurred just nine days earlier.

Bill Gates not an admirer of Edward Snowden

Bill Gates not an admirer of Edward Snowden

Bill Gates, the founder of the IT giant Microsoft, raised serious concerns about privacy during a recent interview.

Nearly nine hundred thousand Honda Odyssey minivans recalled

Nearly nine hundred thousand Honda Odyssey minivans recalled

Honda, one of the leading car manufacturers in the world, has recalled nearly nine hundred thousand Odyssey minivans due to a faulty part in the fuel pump.

Youngsters more prone to yawning

Youngsters more prone to yawning

Yawning. We all do it but then there's no set clarification for why we do it. In the same way the baffling is that the demonstration of yawning appears to be infectious.

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Hackers expose contact details of 20,000 FBI employees

The contact information of 20,000 employees from the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) was published online on Monday afternoon by hackers who recently gained access to personal data of thousands of employees at the Justice Department and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).

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