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Huge Hurricane on Saturn Captured by Cassini

Huge Hurricane on Saturn Captured by Cassini

Recent pictures from Cassini expose hurricane on Saturn in a remarkable manner.

Queries about Yellowstone Grizzly

Queries about Yellowstone Grizzly

A recent study has drawn the curtains over the manner in which Yellowstone's Grizzly population has been counted by the Government.

Atlantis to Go on a New Mission

Atlantis to Go on a New Mission

A report has unveiled recently that the spaceship Atlantis that had flown on 33 missions covering almost 126 million miles in its memorable career is now to take another mission.

Apple's board links CEO Tim Cook's bonus to stock's performance

Apple's board links CEO Tim Cook's bonus to stock's performance

In a bid to reassure investors, the board of technology giant Apple Inc. has linked Chief Executive Officer Tim Cook's bonus to the performance of the company's stock.

Oracle partnering SaaS and infrastructure companies in the Cloud Space

Oracle partnering SaaS and infrastructure companies in the Cloud Space

In an apparent attempt to ensure the potential success of its forthcoming multi-tenant 12c database, Oracle - while reporting its somewhat disappointing fourth quarter earnings on Saturday - said that

Decreasing Species’ Origin Becomes Increasingly Concerning Issue

Decreasing Species’ Origin Becomes Increasingly Concerning Issue

A latest study conducted by researchers at the University of California, Berkeley has revealed that there was a notable decrease in the origin of new species.

Men with Low Sperm Count are Vulnerable to Cancer: Study

Men with Low Sperm Count are Vulnerable to Cancer: Study

According to a new study, men diagnosed with azoospermic have a higher tendency to develop cancer than those who do not have it.

CDC Concerned about West Nile Virus

CDC Concerned about West Nile Virus

As the monsoon season has arrived, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has raised concerns about the West Nile Virus.

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Novel Software Allows Scientists to have Peek into Formation of Cells within Emb

With the help of novel software, researchers were able to not only view cells in an embryo but also watch the formation and movement of each of them.

Earlier, scientists could only see these cells through microscopes. Till now, the new software has been used to study cell movements within embryos of three species, fruit fly, zebrafish...

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