Nations must step up climate actions or face costs: UN report

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Nairobi-- As temperatures rise and climate change impacts intensify, nations must urgently step up action to adapt to the new climate reality or face...

Poaching pushes anteaters to near extinction as environment ministry shuts its eye

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By Kushagra Dixit New Delhi-- Though on the verge of extinction, pangolins or scaly anteaters -- among the most traded animals in the world that...

Discovery of water on Mars ‘could change the whole game’

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By Molly Callahan News at Northeastern The search for life on Mars—and the quest to send humans to Mars—just got one step closer. For the first...

Microgravity used to create cells with stem cell properties

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Chennai-- Researchers at Indian Institute of Technology Madras (IIT-M) have found that subjecting cancer cells to microgravity results in the formation of giant cancer...

When women, literally, aren’t recognized

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By Ekaterina Pesheva The Harvard Gazette Our ability to recognize faces is a complex interplay of environment, neurobiology, and contextual cues. Now a study from Harvard...

Earth has life span of nearly 1bn years more: Study

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Tokyo-- The future life span of Earth's oxygen-rich atmosphere is approximately one billion years, a new study reveals. According to the study, published in the...

Why Homo Erectus went extinct: Laziness

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Sydney-- Laziness could explain the reason why Homo Erectus -- a species of primitive humans -- went extinct, a new research has shown. The findings, based...

Obama selects 4 Indian American scientists for presidential awards

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Boston-- Four Indian-American scientists, including Kaushik Chowdhury from Northeastern University, have been chosen among 102 researchers who will receive the Presidential Early Career Awards...

Space exploration critical for our survival: Bezos

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San Francisco-- While Elon Musk-led SpaceX always stays in limelight, world's richest person Jeff Bezos' aerospace company Blue Origin is fast catching up because...

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...
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