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Highly Stretchable Touchpad Created By Scientists

Scientists have given a new shape to the gaming system. Now gaming can be enjoyed with the help of a stretchable device. As per the scientists this device can be wore on the wrist like a wrist band. This new and innovative idea was generated first by the team of scientists including Chong-Chan Kim. The users will get a mix of various application i ...
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Nickel Causing Inequality Among Planets

Lab experiments show that planets do not have identical cores because of how nickel reacts with iron in the core. Work by Elardo and Shahar of Carnegie Institution of Science, US studied this reaction to understand the difference in cores. During early solar system, the planets started forming as matter accumulated around them. During this accumul ...
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New Underwater Cameras for Wild Dolphins

A team of researchers from the University of Sydney's Charles Perkins Centre and the University of Alaska Southeast have studied the underwater life. The experts have tested custom-made non-invasive cameras to capture and analyze more than 535 minutes of such rarely-seen activities. The captured activities include mother-calf interaction, playing ...
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Communication a Bridge between Children and Careers

As per a new study, parents who communicate with their children about the importance of science and math can build their career interest in the field. Scientists conducted a study based on students interests and found 12 percentage point increase in math and science ACT for students. The scientists added that parents were provided with information ...
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Honey Bees Know Which Nutrients the Colony Needs

A team of scientists from the Tufts University did a study on honey bees to provide potential useful insight in support of increased health of the bees’ population. While shedding the light on limited research on the micronutrient requirements of honey bees the scientists came to know about some really important facts about bees’ popula ...
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MECHANICAL TENSION REGULATES EPITHELIAL CELL DIVISION AND DEATH

Scientists published the mechanism behind the maintenance of constant cell numbers of epithelial cells, in the journal Nature. Epithelial cells are those in the skin, and the skin-like linings which cover the internal organs. These have a protective function which allows these organs to function properly. Cells turn is fast in epithelia. An equal ...
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The Mystery of Amazonian Earthworks Solved

The scientists have recently stated that the Amazonian rainforest was transformed over two thousand years ago by prehistoric people. The researchers added that there is evidence which shows a creation of hundreds of huge and mysterious earthworks. The research took place under the guidance of Brazilian and UK experts. The findings indicate towards ...
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POKÉMON GO- REVIVING THE LOST INTEREST IN NATURE

Pokémon Go is a reality mobile game which permits users to capture, fight and train virtual creatures called Pokémon that appear on screen imitating the real world environment. Within two months of its release, there were 500 million downloads of it. The current research wanted to analyze whether the game’s huge success can rev ...
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Marine Worm Collected in 1981 Studied Recently

International efforts are being taken in Antarctica to construct long-term monitoring systems for ecological conservation in land and coastal organisms. For this, collection of fauna information from all over the continent is essential. And, Japan is lagging behind in this. In 2015, a research team began studying marine specimens preserved at Japa ...
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SOLAR NEBULA’S ORIGIN PREDICTED

Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have estimated the lifetime of the solar nebula which is an important stage during which a major part of the solar system’s evolution occurred. According to this estimate, the gas giants Saturn and Jupiter must have appeared within the first 4 million years of the evolution of the so ...
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