Oversized black hole population discovered in star cluster

London-- An international team of astrophysicists have found an oversized black hole population of more than 100 in the centre of a unique star cluster. Called...

Brain implant turns paralysed man’s thoughts into words

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New York-- US researchers have successfully developed a "speech neuroprosthesis" that has enabled a man with severe paralysis to communicate in sentences, translating signals...

Scientists may need to rework on genes that control ageing: NIH

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New York-- Only 30 per cent of human genes, that are traditional hallmarks of ageing, may be directly involved in the process of ageing,...

Life could exist in clouds of Jupiter, not Venus: Research

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New Delhi-- Jupiter's clouds have water conditions that would allow earth-like life to exist, but this isn't possible in Venus' clouds, according to the...

Climate change could pose danger for Muslim pilgrimage

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CAMBRIDGE, MA-- For the world’s estimated 1.8 billion Muslims — roughly one-quarter of the world population — making a pilgrimage to Mecca is considered...

Bezos attempts history with flight to edge of space

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New Delhi-- World's richest man Jeff Bezos launched to the edge of space on Tuesday along with his brother Mark, 82-year-old female aviator Wally...

MIT physicists confirm Hawking’s black hole theorem for first time

New York-- Fifty years after physicist Stephen Hawking derived the black hole theorem, physicists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have confirmed it for the...

Tackle biodiversity, climate crises together: Experts

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Bonn-- Unprecedented changes in climate and biodiversity, driven by human activities, have combined to increasingly threaten nature, human lives, livelihoods and well-being around the...

‘Need for an active climate action to prevent future crisis’

By Siddhi Jain New Delhi-- The world is struggling with two global dangers, the novel coronavirus and climate change. However, these two pressing problems are...

Amur tigers make ‘remarkable’ comeback in China

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New Delhi-- An international team of scientists say that tigers could come roaring back in an unlikely place: Northeastern China. Scientists from Northeastern Forest University...
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