Saturday, July 4, 2020

Our ancestors learnt to smile so that they can have sex

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London--Believe it or not but our forefathers were way smarter than us when it came to wooing the opposite sex for mating. According to...

Gravitational waves ‘sixth sense’ to understand universe: US-based Indian researchers

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By Sahana Ghosh Kolkata--Thrilled at the detection of the elusive gravitational waves a century after Albert Einstein's prediction and the first observation of collision of...

How memories shape our perception of the present

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By Thea Singer News at Northeastern What are mem­o­ries made of? Do dif­ferent parts of our brain light up when we per­ceive an event than when...

Scientists unveil genome of India’s national bird

By Manupriya Bhopal, June 4 (IANS/Mongabay .com) After a two-year-long effort, a team of researchers from IISER-Bhopal has been able to sequence the genome of...

Convergence of talents: Modi must join hands with Musk for a shot at Mars

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By Rajendra Shende  "A one-km auto rickshaw ride in Ahmedabad takes Rs 10 and India reached Mars at Rs 7 per km, which is really...

Triumph of spirit over form: The extraordinary life and career of Stephen Hawking

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By Vikas Datta (13:26)  Diagnosed with a debilitating condition when barely out of his teens, he was given just two years to live. But Stephen...

Drawing inspiration from plants, animals to restore skin tissue

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By Leah Burrows Researchers from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering have developed new wound...

How we tune out distractions

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By Anne Trafton MIT News Office  Imagine trying to focus on a friend’s voice at a noisy party, or blocking out the phone conversation of the...

NASA telescope spots most extreme blazars yet: Roopesh Ojha

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Washington-- NASA's Fermi Gamma-ray space telescope has identified the farthest gamma-ray blazars, a type of galaxy whose intense emissions are powered by super-sized black...

World’s oldest semen still viable, say researchers

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Sydney-- A 50-year-old frozen semen from a ram, believed to be the oldest in the world, is still achieving high fertility rates with the successful...
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