Saturday, August 8, 2020

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...

MIT Professor Mavalvala explains Einstein’s gravitational waves in 2010 (with video)

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CAMBRIDGE, MA— MIT Professor Nergis Mavalvala, whose research focuses on interferometric Gravitational Waves and Quantum Measurement, played a role in the detection of Einstein’s...

Astrobiologist Chopra on why no alien is calling us from space

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SYDNEY--If the search for an alien life has not yielded any conclusive results in the last 50 years, it is probably because life on...

Museum of Science to honor the Deshpande Foundation and Google on April 14

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BOSTON-- The Museum of Science Boston, the nation's first science museum with a comprehensive strategy and infrastructure to foster technological literacy in science museums...

Are we alone? Study refines search for habitable planets

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New York-- A team of US researchers has redefined the conditions that make a planet habitable by taking the star's radiation and the planet's rotation...

Researchers identify 9 genes behind eyebrow colours

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Beijing-- An international research team has for the first time identified nine genes responsible for eyebrow colours. Eyebrow colour is one of the most recognisable...

New study on Universe expansion: Indian physicist feels vindicated

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By K.S. Jayraman Bengaluru--Indian astrophysicist Abhas Mitra, whose revolutionary theories challenging the existence of "black holes" and "dark matter" remain uncontested till date, again feels...

Building city on Mars could cost up to $10 trillion: Elon Musk

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San Francisco-- SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has not stopped at lofty talks of colonising Mars. He has even estimated the cost of having a...

Earliest Genetic Glimpses of the Movement and Mingling of Peoples in West Asia 8,500...

By Juan Sillezar The Harvard Gazette New genetic research from around one of the ancient world’s most important trading hubs offers fresh insights into the movement...

Infosys Science Foundation awards presented to six winners

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Bengaluru-- Global software major's Infosys Science Foundation on Wednesday conferred its Prizes to five eminent academicians, selected by a jury of renowned scientists on...
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