Saturday, July 4, 2020

Gravitational Waves Detected 100 Years After Einstein’s Prediction

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WASHINGTON--For the first time, scientists have observed ripples in the fabric of spacetime called gravitational waves, arriving at the earth from a cataclysmic event...

Cells recall the way they were

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By Jessica Lau Harvard Gazette When cells grow up, they remember their childhoods. A new study has found that adult cells keep a record of which genes...

Earth may not appear as blue by 2100: MIT study

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New York-- Owing to climate change surface of the oceans will change colour by end of 21st century leading our blue planet to look...

India to build gravitational wave observatory

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New Delhi--In a major boost to Indian science research, the Union cabinet on Wednesday approved a proposal to establish a state-of-the-art gravitational wave observatory...

Three Earth-sized planets discovered orbiting dwarf star

London-- Raising the hope to find alien life near us, an international team of astrophysicists has discovered three Earth-sized planets orbiting near the "habitable...

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...

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...

Gene linked to hair loss may improve cancer treatment

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New York-- Scientists have found that a gene associated with autoimmune hair loss disorder may also help improve cancer immunotherapy -- treatment that uses...

Ten Finalists Compete for Title of “America’s Top Young Scientist” and Indian Americans Account...

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Silver Spring, Md – 3M and Discovery Education last month announced 10 finalists from across America as part of its annual 2019 3M Young Scientist Challenge (#YoungScientist). The nation’s premier...

Not many habitable planets can harbour life: Scientists

London-- Fewer than predicted planets may be capable of harbouring life because their atmospheres keep them too hot, researchers, including an Indian-origin scientist, have...
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