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CDC Investigates Listeria Outbreak in Maryland and California

CDC Investigates Listeria Outbreak in Maryland and California

An outbreak of listeriosis has been reported in Maryland and California.

Nanoscale Pillars to Improve Performance of Thermoelectric Materials

Nanoscale Pillars to Improve Performance of Thermoelectric Materials

A new research has built hope to radically improve the performance of thermoelectric materials by utilizing an array of 'nanoscale pillars'.

US Study Warns Men to Avoid Taking Vitamin E or Selenium Supplements

US Study Warns Men to Avoid Taking Vitamin E or Selenium Supplements

A US study has warned men to avoid taking vitamin E or selenium supplements.

Strong Artificial Muscles from Twisted Fishing Line

Strong Artificial Muscles from Twisted Fishing Line

University of Texas research team has created strong artificial muscle from fishing line and sewing thread by twisting and coiling them carefully.

Ants Survive in Floodwater by Using their young ones as Floating Life-Preservers

Ants Survive in Floodwater by Using their young ones as Floating Life-Preservers

Researchers have come up with an interesting finding that ants use their helpless infants to ensure their survival in the event of flooding.

Envisat on High Risk of Collision with Space Debris, Says NASA

Envisat on High Risk of Collision with Space Debris, Says NASA

NASA scientists fear that Envisat, an 8,100 pound $3 billion satellite, is at high risk of triggering Gravity-style catastrophic cloud of cascading space junk.

Scientists Creating Bat-Inspired Flying Robot

Scientists Creating Bat-Inspired Flying Robot

Scientists are trying to design flying robots after being inspired by the ability of bats to rapidly flap their wings while flying.

NASA Reveals Secret behind How Stars Explode

NASA Reveals Secret behind How Stars Explode

Astronomers have unraveled the mystery behind how stars blow up in supernova explosions by using NASA's Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array, or NuSTAR.

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IPCC’s Projected Sea Level Rise may already be outdated, says NASA

As per NASA, the projections made by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change on a rise in global sea levels of 1 to 3 feet have already become a thing of past. Experts said that humans are locked into at least 3 feet of sea level rise and even more is also possible.

Steven Nerem of the University of Colorado said that most of the...

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