World’s 1st successful donkey embryo created via IVF

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San Francisco-- The world's first successful donkey embryo through in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) has been created by a research team led by the University of...

Global assessment reveals huge potential of peatlands as climate solution

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Sharm el-Sheikh (Egypt)-- Earth loses 500,000 hectares of peatlands a year, while already drained and degraded peatlands contribute around four per cent of annual...

Women better at finding and remembering words than men: Study

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London-- Are women really better at finding and remembering words than men? A large study has now settled score. Accordign to researchers, women are...

New fruit fly species recorded in Himachal

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Shimla-- A new fruit fly (Tephritidae) species, earlier confused with Bactrocera nigrofemoralis, was found during survey studies conducted for fruit flies in Himachal Pradesh...

Endangered Indian turtles hatch in US zoo after two decades

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New York-- Officials at the San Diego zoo announced the arrival of 41 tiny Indian narrow-headed softshell turtles - a rare and endangered turtle...

Trio wins Physics Nobel for unravelling quantum science mysteries

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Stockholm-- France-born Alain Aspect, American John Clauser and Austrian scientist Anton Zeilinger were on Tuesday awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics "for experiments with...

Swedish academician, who cracked Neanderthals’ DNA, wins Nobel for Medicine

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Stockholm-- Swedish geneticist Svantee Paabo, whose work provided key insights into human evolution and and how humans spread around the planet by achieving "the...

Satellite operators need to clear space junk in 5 years: US FCC

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Washington-- The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has adopted new rules requiring satellite operators in low-Earth orbit to dispose of their satellites within five...

NASA set to crash spacecraft into asteroid to protect Earth in future

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Washington-- A NASA spacecraft was set to smash into an asteroid early on Tuesday, in a bid to test a technology to defend Earth...

Don’t miss Jupiter’s closest date with Earth in 59 years

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Washington-- Jupiter was set to make its closest approach to Earth in 59 years on Monday and stargazers were waiting for an excellent view...
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