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Chukchi Sea May See rise in Oil, Gas Exploration

Chukchi Sea May See rise in Oil, Gas Exploration

According to reports, there will be an increase in oil and gas exploration in the areas of Chukchi Sea in the upcoming three years.

Vampire Steroid Reassembles at Night, Haunts US Rivers, Streams

Vampire Steroid Reassembles at Night, Haunts US Rivers, Streams

According to scientists, the anabolic steroid trenbolone gets active at night rather than in sunlight. For this reason, it is also known as `Vampire Steroid'.

Scientists Report Record-Low Number of Monarchs This Fall

Scientists Report Record-Low Number of Monarchs This Fall

Scientists have been keeping their eye on monarch butterflies in their central summer home in Central and Eastern North America.

PopSci Shuts Down Public Comments on Scientific Topics

PopSci Shuts Down Public Comments on Scientific Topics

According to a survey, enabling people to comment on the sites can be bad. The same has happened with the PopularScience. com and as a result, they are shutting them off.

Sea Turtle Nesting Season Leads to a Record Year

Sea Turtle Nesting Season Leads to a Record Year

This year has been proving to be a record year for sea turtle nesting season.

UCLA Scientists Explain Behavior of Third Radiation Ring in Space

UCLA Scientists Explain Behavior of Third Radiation Ring in Space

Ever since the Van Allen radiation belts were discovered in 1958, space scientists were of the belief that these belts encircle the Earth and consist of only two doughnut-shaped rings of highly charge

Brain Capable of Differentiating between Sugar and Artificial Sweetener: Study

Brain Capable of Differentiating between Sugar and Artificial Sweetener: Study

If the market condition is assessed then it will be found that artificial sweeteners are present for a number of years now.

Fireball in the Night Sky

Fireball in the Night Sky

Hundreds of Texans report of seeing a fireball in the sky, reports The Austin American-Statesman.

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WHO Urges India to regulate use of E-Cigarettes

E-cigarette market in India is growing at a rapid pace and to keep a check on their adoption, the World Health Organization (WHO) has raised serious concerns. WHO experts have added that the use of e-cigarettes is not less harmful compared to the traditional cigarettes.

In India, smoking devices are easily available through online...

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