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Strong and Wafer-thin Graphene Devices could soon be reality

Strong and Wafer-thin Graphene Devices could soon be reality

Graphene will serve as strongest and lightest material and will find application in electronics and technology devices in near future.

Increasing Risk of Sea Level in New Jersey

Increasing Risk of Sea Level in New Jersey

According to a new study by researchers at Rutgers, there are more chances of increase in sea level in New Jersey this century.

UAS Launched by NRL from Submerged Submarine

UAS Launched by NRL from Submerged Submarine

According to a new report, the US Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) has launched an all-electric, fuel cell-powered, unmanned aerial system (UAS) from a submerged submarine.

3D Mammography Better for the Detection of Breast Cancer: Researchers

3D Mammography Better for the Detection of Breast Cancer: Researchers

According to a latest report, researchers from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania claim that although the conventional or regular mammography helps a great extent in to

Scientists Found Evidence for Survival of Comet ISON

Scientists Found Evidence for Survival of Comet ISON

Earlier, scientists believed Comet ISON has dead, after they failed to recognize it behind star with expected brightness.

Chynn’s performed his First 'Eye-Jewelry' Implant on November 6

Chynn’s performed his First 'Eye-Jewelry' Implant on November 6

Manhattan ophthalmologist Emil William Chynn tells that about 20,000 corrective eye procedures has been performed by him.

Princeton University Students to Get 1st Dose of Meningitis Vaccine on December 9

Princeton University Students to Get 1st Dose of Meningitis Vaccine on December

An outbreak of type B meningococcal disease has taken place at the B meningococcal disease. This has led the U. S.

Eight Researchers Elected as 2013 Fellows

Eight Researchers Elected as 2013 Fellows

According to a new report, eight scientists from the Michigan University have been elected as 2013 fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

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Extinction of the biggest shark resulted large size of whales

Experts have said that theextinction of the biggest shark may have resulted in whales growing so large in size.

A new study has suggested that Megalodon, an ancient 14-18m-long predator, may have helped keep the size of whales at check. Experts said that Megalodon may havepreyed on primitive baleen whales. These whales weresmaller than...

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