A rare discovery of a new species of whale has been made in the Alaskan Bering Sea. This species lives in the Bering Sea, between Japan and Alaska. Scientists have not given it a name yet. A dead whale was found on a shore in 2014. However, this was unlike anything anyone had seen before. For…

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The Food and Drug Administration approved implantation of a tiny device in the eyes, this can surgically fix the problem of millions of Americans, and it can commonly occur in middle or old aged people. The miniscule was developed by the California-based AcuFocus Inc and it inserted a procedure of…

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JOOS Orange solar charger has several benefits. Maybe the most important is internal battery. Also, it is waterproof. This means that it can be used when the weather is bad. Sadly, it has several drawbacks. It is heavy, it isn’t very easy to use and there is no direct USB plug. However, the…

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The nature is the biggest artist on the Earth. Its enormous power has created organisms and plants in various shapes. The scientists recently found a prickly sea worm with its head attached to its rear. The research team said there are very few creatures like this. The scientific name of this big…

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For 176 participants, the grey matter density had been estimated on the score test board and it was rated according to the cognitive empathy level rather than affective or emotional empathy. The study involved looking if people having more brain cells in any particular region of the brain are better…

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The hunt of extraterrestrial is known as most ambitious project being operated by humans. If successful , this project will give better understanding of human life and life on other planet as well. The NASA seems to be taking new approach to the problem. Many of the extraterrestrial searches are…

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The recent experiment in the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology has resulted in the world’s coldest molecule. The research was published in Physical Review Letters, a scientific journal. The molecular behavior at lower temperatures will be better understood now. MIT scientists…

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Dwarf planet Ceres’ bright spots were captured in the camera of NASA’s spacecraft. The Dawn spacecraft has relayed back best pictures of dwarfs. The researchers noticed very unusual features on the surface of the planet which can’t be explained with present data. The bright spots…

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Ever wondered why vertebrates have different modes of reproduction? These creatures with distinct spinal cord consists of some biggest living creature on the planet and smallest too. But researchers still didn’t have any idea why some of them lay eggs and some of them conceive babies inside…

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Science verse takes its subject from investigative estimations to exploratory images to time & space to science to science to material science to cosmology to earth science/geography to meteorology to natural science to software engineering to designing/specialized science. It might likewise…

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Really, prevalent science presentation ought to be similar to the tip of the ice sheet. It ought to however make one not just acquainted with the tip of the icy mass additionally mindful of the concealed bigger piece of the ice sheet skimming under the water. It ought to energize one's…

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Science verse or experimental verse is a particular idyllic type that makes utilization of science as its subject. Composed by researchers and nonscientists, science artists are for the most part enthusiastic per users and appreciates of science and "science matters." Science verse may be…

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Biomedical engineering (BME) is the utilization of designing standards and outline ideas to medication and science for medicinal services purposes (e.g. Demonstrative or remedial). This field looks to close the crevice between engineering and prescription: It consolidates the outline and critical…

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An investigative hypothesis is empirical, and is constantly open to distortion if new proof is displayed. That is, no hypothesis is ever considered entirely sure as science acknowledges the idea of fallibilism. The thinker of science Karl Popper strongly recognizes truth from conviction. He composes…

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The Super Science gathering a bundle starts with hands-on lab tests and/or exhibits, guided by WonderLab's birthday gathering host. Exercises can be balanced for the age of the birthday party visitors. Whatever remains of the time is spent investigating the historical center and getting a charge…

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Natural nourishment has a greater amount of the cancer prevention agent mixes connected to preferred wellbeing over consistent sustenance, and lower levels of poisonous metals and pesticides, as indicated by the most extensive experimental investigation to date. The universal group behind the work…

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The science fiction like epic space battles are here. The technology nerds were often fascinated by the space fights shown in the movies like star wars and star trek but one similar incident just happened in 2015. Though the defense experts do not anticipate space wars in near future, the story of…

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Not everybody knows this, but emotional intelligence is crucial for being successful in life. When scientists first started exploring this broad field, they finally realized why people with average IQ outperform those with high IQ 70 percent of the time. This proved that IQ is not the only thing…

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The experimental system is a progressing procedure, which for the most part starts with perceptions about the regular world. People are commonly curious, so they regularly think of inquiries concerning things they see or hear and frequently create thoughts (theories) regarding why things are the way…

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Black holes are the strangest, mind-blowing objects found in space. The gravity in black holes is so much strong that it pulls so much that even light cannot get out. They have extreme high density. Albert Einstein first predicted black holes in 1916 with his general theory of relativity. The term…

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Researchers from University of Southampton have constructed a new technique to help produce more reliable and robust next-gen photonic chips. A photonic chip uses light instead of electricity and is being developed for the production of ultra-fast quantum computers with capabilities far beyond…

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A silicon photonic chip that emits knotted photon pairs in a controlled fashion could one day enable quantum transceivers. Developed at the University of California, San Diego, the chip is pumped by a telecommunications-grade low-power diode laser. Through a filter, the chip produces two daughter…

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Expedition 43 Flight Engineer Samantha Cristoforetti of the European Space Agency (ESA) photographed the giant solar arrays on the International Space Station on Feb. 12, 2015. The space station’s solar arrays contain a total of 262,400 solar cells and cover an area of about 27,000 square feet…

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Whenever we picture a European man, image of light skinned, brown haired and suitable eyes but the research says the early inhabitants of the Europe were dark skinned. The white residents of the Europe are fairly recent as per the study. The research published in the Science Magazine showed many…

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The University of Toronto researchers have excavated 508 million year old lobster fossil in Canadian waters. The species existed before 250 million years from the dinosaurs. Scientists have named this new species as Yawunik Kootenayi, which has looks like lobster. The creature has connections with…

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Each and every activity we are doing or going through has got something to do with the science. It is a form of technology by which we are surrounded with. It is very important for the children to start learning science from the state when they start their studies. Most of the schools in recent…

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There have been recent studies conducted in the field of improving our immunity system to prevent diseases by dietary intervention. There is also research that says that existing immunity related therapies can be made more effective with the help of this simple method. It has been a well established…

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The new keyboard is fascinating. It can detect who is its owner and it can block the access to a computer even if someone knows your password. The good side is that it doesn’t require batteries! It will harvest the energy while you are typing. According to the Zhong Lin Wang, a professor at…

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MOM (Mars Orbit Mission), an Indian Safari which was sent to the Red planet for studying the atmospheric changes of Mars has again proved itself. The MOM mission was the first mission to be able to reach the orbit of MARS in its first attempt. Now, with the most recent observations that it has made…

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We all know them little creatures which tend to lurk in dark areas in our houses feeding off crumbs which have been left in the house. Years in the making, and what is without a doubt whatsoever a contender for the most revolting creation which has ever been made in a laboratory has arrived and that…

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Scientists knew that Earth’s crust consists of several, at least 15, tectonic plates. Those plates are responsible for creating mountains, volcanoes and earthquakes. Although, scientists knew that tectonic plates are moving, exact mechanism stayed unknown! Well, now there is explanation for…

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Saturn’s position was pinpointed with an accuracy of one mile using a cross match of data from the Cassini spacecraft – which has been in Saturn’s orbit for 10 years now - and NRAO’s VLBA – an array radio antennae spread over North America. Dayton Jones led the study…

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The European Space Agency’s Rosetta mission made history when it delivered the Philae lander to the surface of comet 67P last month. The landing didn’t go perfectly to plan, but a great deal of science was still done by Philae. With all that going on, it can be easy to forget…

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Three Science Gadgets From Calibrex
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…