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Cassini Spacecraft Completed Its Mission of Titan

The scientists are preparing for the exploration of the region between the planet and its inner rings with the help of Cassini spacecraft. The scientists have taken this decision after a positive result of their Cassini spacecraft mission which has completed its 13-year mission in Saturn's system. As per the reports, the Cassini had crossed Saturn ...
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THE FIRST SYNTHETIC SOFT TISSUE RETINA DEVELOPED

A new research by Miss.Vanessa Restrepo-Schild, an Oxford University student has for the first time successfully developed synthetic soft tissue retina in a lab.    This could lead to a revolution in the industry of bionic implantation and the development of less invasive technologies that closely duplicate human body tissues.   Th ...
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An Initiative to Save Trees

Currently, Delhi government has taken few important steps to save trees. Delhi government officials have asked schools based in Delhi to establish seed banks to encourage students. As per the officials, this step will not only improve the environment around but will also motivate students to plant trees in public places. The scheme has been taken ...
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ON CHOOSING YOUR CHILD’S ALLERGY MEDICATION

As the spring season sets in, many children catch symptoms and signs like itchy eyes, running nose, coughing, congestion, and sneezing. A nationwide survey conducted by the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital revealed that seasonal allergies affected more than half of the children. Eighty five percent of the parents gave children allergy medicine ...
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Scientists Re- Evaluate Existing Brain Formation Idea

A recent research by a team of scientists has shed some light on the origin of the vertebrate brain. Through the current research, the scientists have challenged the existing facts about the formation process of the brain. As per the findings, the interpretation supported hitherto about the main regions formed at the beginning of vertebrate brain d ...
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BETTER COMPREHENSION OF ANIMAL COLOR VISION AND CAMOUFLAGE

Scientists wanted to know why many animals have two types of color receptor cells in their eyes (dichromats), while others, including humans, have three (trichromats), and how this influences their capability to identify camouflaged prey. To over 30,000 online game players, they showed photographs of camouflaged nightjar birds or nests containing ...
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Bears Wake-Up to a Newly Transformed World

Bears in Sierra wake up across the land only to find a world that does not match with the one they left behind in December. At a place named Tahoe, temperatures have hit as low as -60 degree. This has made the bears move out of their dens. In some areas, the snowpack is so high that these bears have to climb up trees to take a nap. They have also b ...
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BLINDNESS IN CAVE FISH RE-STUDIED

Blindness has repeatedly evolved in the animal kingdom. Thousands of blind cave-dwelling and underground and species are found throughout nature. Originally Charles Darwin suggested that the loss of sight could be accounted to "disuse" over time. Currently, Reed Cartwright, a researcher, has re-studied the matter. He explains that sight is not lo ...
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DRAMATIC UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES OF FIB

FIB stands for Focused Ion Bean Milling. In this technique, a tiny beam of highly energetic particles is used to cut and study materials which are smaller than 1/1000 of a human hair strand. This revolutionary technique is an essential tool for a plethora of applications today. It is used in researching high performance alloys for nuclear applicat ...
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Expedition to Find the Lost Animals

Many animals which have been unseen for decades now are being feared to be extinct. While some are now only available in the museum the others are only seen in the old photographs and paintings. Researchers are saying that there is possibility that some of these species might be lurking in the remote parts of the world. To find these lost species, ...
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