If you are a fan of horror movies then you probably enjoy watching horror movies about vampires, ghosts, demons, slaughtering, etc. But how would you react if you knew that you could actually meet the real vampire? Would you be scared then? According to some scientists vampires really exist, but…

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In the last couple of years, there were several studies that found maternal use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (antidepressants) linked to higher risk of birth defects. The last study found the same. Researchers found that women who took SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) in…

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New Horizons probe would start its action very soon. The probe is on its way to fly nearby the Pluto and NASA expects it to perform normal scientific operations. The tests are last chance of Pluto to prove that it is not dusky ice ball. The agency recently fixed a technical glitch which resulted…

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The press reports are saying that next Newton Medal will be bagged by ‘photonic crystals. The crystal has ability to manipulate lights. US physicist invented this unique piece of physics to repel, steer and trap the light. London-based prestigious Institute of Physics gives the medal as its…

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The women in science have been the topic of long debate. Recently famous article about good-looking scientists received criticism from the feminist movement for objectifying women. The concept of gender segregated laboratory is being suggested now to stop scientist from falling in love with each…

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On July 1st, many scientists as well as research institutes in Greece woke up to the rude shock that they no longer have access to the Internet portal that provides them with all the necessary electronic journals that they need. According to reports, the main reason as to why this happen was due to…

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The world is generating high level of data today and scientists treat it like gold. As the concept of big data is evolving, the profession of data scientist is becoming more important in every field. The astronomy was always data driven profession. The concept of big data is literally true in the…

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The size of brain is matter of debate among scientists. The Bottlenose dolphins have bigger brain than human beings weighing 1.6 kg. This is four times more than average chimpanzee brain. Huge brain has resulted in strong social behavior and intelligence in the dolphins but you can imagine those…

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A new product has just been developed that will allow astronauts to sleep on the moon. This new product is an inflatable sleeping bag. When rolled up, the sleeping bag can practically fit in the pocket of an astronaut. However, it is made with material suitable to be on the moon without rising up…

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The prices of cancer drugs are increasing in the market. A group of doctors proposed a formula for all the patients to decide if the medicine was worth its cost or not and it calculated how beneficial it would be. This was the most recent effort by the American Society of Clinical Oncology. The…

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The left-handedness was considered as evil or unnatural in humans’ long time ago. The scientists even investigated it as being a disease but finally concluded it as natural tendency. There are many mammals that prefer left hands while performing tasks and it has to do with the active part of…

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The DNA analysis pointed out that Neanderthals and modern humans undergone interbreeding in Europe. The scientists analyzed 40,000 year old DNA to reach this conclusion. Early Homo sapiens migrants in the Europe included a Neanderthal member few hundred years ago in the family. The interbreeding…

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In order to make a powerful research tool, more than 100.000 Californians send their saliva samples to genetic researchers. This research should link genetic variants to many health conditions. The co-leader of the project is Neil Risch, PhD. The first results are available in the journal Genetics.…

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People often say that you can see the kindness or maybe something evil in other people’s eyes. And of course you know that expression that our eyes are the windows to our soul. Scientists obviously agree with this fact, since they’ve been saying that our eye color can tell something…

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The similarities among the Earth and Moon are fascinating. There are many theories about the Earth’s only natural satellite. Many people even say that it originated from a landmass which got separated from Earth million years ago and some say that Earth’s strong gravitational field…

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The Philae Lander, a space probe launched by the European Space Agency remained a subject of great mystery. The probe landed somewhere on a comet in deep space but didn’t contact the Earth station since November 2014. Mission heads have been searching this large cube in space from that day.…

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There is a new use for virtual reality. Patients with weakened limbs can use it to train their weakened limbs. They will believe that their limbs are more accurate than they are. Spanish researchers found that if a patient thinks, that his limb is more effective, there are higher chances that he…

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It is logical just in the sense one ought to have exploratory information yet all the written work capacities are obliged to make a decent presentation of science. It is because of the present absence of accentuation on the workmanship part of science promotion that this field of movement has…

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One need not make any expansive diagrams of particular media to offer evidence to this mistake. It is adequate to see how recreations has made sense of how to get scope in distinctive media all through the latest couple of decade’s inverse science.One may contend that this is so in light of…

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The life sciences industry is progressively assuming control from the tech segment in driving the worldwide advancement, as indicated by a Thomson Reuters investigation of worldwide licenses. With a bigger number of licenses demanded or permitted in 2014 than in whatever other year ever, humankind…

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Government offices will in future co-reserve scholastic examination seats with the branch of science and innovation. Between departmental co-operation has reliably been referred to as a hindrance to advancement in the nation and the effective working of the science, innovation and development space,…

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Ever had a go at taking a gander at the sun with your uncovered eyes? Too splendid, correct? Presently envision taking a gander at something with the shine of 300 trillion suns. That is the manner by which serious " the most brilliant framework found till now" is the 19 other practically…

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Fox as of late reported that "American Idol" won't get another season. The show may have delivered a couple of names with genuine ability it felt like one of those reality shows where viewers get their jollies watching judges pulverize individuals' fantasies like grapes in a…

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The new kind of yeast is designed to produce codeine and morphine from the common sugar. An international team informed recently that home-brewing will be at new level altogether now as the yeast will enable people of produce opioids. The opiates can be manufactured at home in near future, according…

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On the off chance that you've ever played a continuous system kingdom building amusement, similar to Age of Empires or one of the initial three Warcraft diversions, then you have encountered the inclination of constrained assets. As you keep on utilizing the assets of the earth for your building…

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This animating book is an endeavor to break down the association between the work that researchers are doing and the social and financial improvements in their general surroundings. Science has stopped to be the control of brilliant personalities upheld by benefactors, and has turned into an…

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Researchers have utilized X-beam to look into the sweet chestnut heart of chocolate to find what makes it turn white. Have you ever dismisses a bit of chocolate in light of its surface had turned an unappetising dusty white? You're not the only one: that sprout is the reason numerous move in the…

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The 17th century event, which kept famous astronomers like Hevelius and Cassini wondering, has been explained by the scientists. According to the accounts of Hevelius, he classified the explosion in skies as a new star. The 350 year old question has been answered by scientists in a released video,…

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The impact of an asteroid on the Earth always fascinated scientists. The asteroids bring different materials from outer space on the Earth. This has triggered tremendous research inside the craters created by the asteroid impact. According to Andrew Gilkson, asteroid expert, one of the largest…

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When you read it like this, seems almost surreal, because this is something humans wanted to achieve for centuries. Something like this we were only able to see in fiction movies but is it possible that it is finally becoming real ? In a study from Sweden's Karolinska Institutet a team of…

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Light acts both as a particle and as a wave. When UV light hits a metal surface, it causes an emission of electrons. Albert Einstein explained this “photoelectric” effect by proposing that light – thought to only be a wave – is also a tributary of particles. Even though a…

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Naveen Jain is a billionaire from India and a co-founder and chairman of Moon Express and he wants to send the first commercial robotic spacecraft to the moon, and he wants to do it next year. It is widely known that moon is rich with iron, palladium, gold, cobalt, platinum, and it is also rich with…

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The human mind is very complex as compared to any other creature on the Earth. These complexities during an evolution have given its special characteristics and conditions such as fear, anxiety and anger. Next time when you are scared of spiders in your old closet, blame your genes. During early…

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A great challenge was put forward today during solar eclipse in Germany, which produces more renewable energy than any other country in the world. It has the capacity to produce as much as one quarter of solar energy globally. When it comes to domestic overall production of energy, solar energy in…

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As much as 39 percent of electricity in the United States is produced by coal, which is more than any other source. Nuclear power, however, which accounts for 19 percent of electricity produced in the US, is a much better option and should replace coal power-plants completely, said the Energy…

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The new orbital space station will be jointly developed by Russian Space Agency and the NASA. The International Space Station (ISS) is scheduled to retire around 2024. The relations between US and the Russia are all time low since the cold war due to the Ukrainian conflict due to which there were…

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The selfie season is on a roll. From movie stars to sportsmen to politicians, none can stop themselves from taking a selfie at different situations. Then how can we leave behind NASA’s curiosity. The Mars rover- Curiosity which was sent by NASA in November 2011 has taken many pictures and…

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On Monday, IBM Corp was sued by its shareholders who claim that the company had committed security fraud by failing to write down a money loosing semiconductor unit before agreeing to sell it for $1.5 billion to another company. The law suit which was filed by the shareholders in a federal court in…

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With many instances investigation of historical details shows that research offers became a new problem for humankind rather than advantage. People, employed an increasingly harmful approach simply by misusing know-how in addition to abilities which should have been used for functions of providing…

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The Consumer Electronics Show floored its audience in an entertaining, flashy show of the future in Las Vegas. Sony excited crowds with a fast-paced series of presentations on some of the newest technologies it plans to release in the near future. One of Sony’s 2015 releases is a smart TV that…

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Dieters hoping to shed the kilos should watch the clock as much as their calorie intake after scientists discovered that limiting the time span in which food is consumed can stop weight gain. Confining meals to a 12-hour period, such as 8am to 8pm, and fasting for the remainder of the day, appears…

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Water filtration removes the impurities present in the water by using the modes of fine physical block, chemical procedures as well as some biological procedures. Filters cleanse the water largely that is further utilized for irrigation purpose, drinking water purpose, swimming pools purposes and…

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Three Science Gadgets From Calibrex

Calibrex Universal is designed to handle the pouring of liquids from a wide variety of flasks and bottles. The dispensers are well designed with a combination of first class technology systems, very high class materials and very sleek ergonomic design. This has resulted in its users experiencing…

What is the Apple Pencil?
What is the Apple Pencil?

The Apple Pencil is used as a stylus pen for an iPad Pro computer tablet. On September 9th, 2015, the announcement of this product was made by Apple and it is scheduled for release in November 2015. What features does the Apple Pencil have? When you get the Apple Pencil you will notice that is has…

Science VS Samsung
Science VS Samsung

We’ve said for so many times that technology has helped us in so many ways and on so many levels. Phones have become like mini computers and it seems like there is nothing wrong we can say about the latest mobile phones, well expect maybe one thing – battery. Customers have been…

Rats Will Now Be Able To Go For A Spin
Rats Will Now Be Able To Go For A Spin

There are certain people out there who are fond of rats. These people have rats as pets. The only problem with this is that rats can get out of their cage and run around the home or even out of the home. This is because they are creatures that always like to be on the move. Rats can now be on the…

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 Vampires definitely exist

Vampires definitely exist

If you are a fan of horror movies then you probably enjoy watching horror movies about vampires, ghosts, demons, slaughtering, etc. But how would you react if you knew that you could actually meet the real vampire? Would you be scared then? According to some scientists vampires really exist, but…

Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors may be responsible for higher risk of birth defects

Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors may be responsible for higher risk of birth defects

In the last couple of years, there were several studies that found maternal use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (antidepressants) linked to higher risk of birth defects. The last study found the same. Researchers found that women who took SSRIs (selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors) in…

NASA is Fixing New Horizon’s Glitch for Mission Pluto

NASA is Fixing New Horizon’s Glitch for Mission Pluto

New Horizons probe would start its action very soon. The probe is on its way to fly nearby the Pluto and NASA expects it to perform normal scientific operations. The tests are last chance of Pluto to prove that it is not dusky ice ball. The agency recently fixed a technical glitch which resulted…

US physicist to win prestigious Newton Medal for photonic crystals

US physicist to win prestigious Newton Medal for photonic crystals

The press reports are saying that next Newton Medal will be bagged by ‘photonic crystals. The crystal has ability to manipulate lights. US physicist invented this unique piece of physics to repel, steer and trap the light. London-based prestigious Institute of Physics gives the medal as its…

LGBT scientists face discrimination

LGBT scientists face discrimination

The women in science have been the topic of long debate. Recently famous article about good-looking scientists received criticism from the feminist movement for objectifying women. The concept of gender segregated laboratory is being suggested now to stop scientist from falling in love with each…