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Asgardia, the First Outer Space Nation

Experts have revealed a New Nation state in the space. A report has showed that Asgardia can open up the access to space technologies. A team of scientists and legal experts have claimed Asgardia as the first nation state in space.   There is an old believe that space exploration is something which can be done by powerful countries only. How ...
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Disappeared Pile of India and Eurasia

A study has discovered that half the real mass of India and Eurasia gone into the Earth's interior many years ago. The study was led by researchers at University of Chicago in the US. The researchers said, 60 million years ago, huge pile of India and Eurasia disappeared before the two landmasses started their slow-motion impact. The research has c ...
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Kind People Are Happier Than Others

According to a recent study kindness can improve happiness. The research has claimed that being kind to others can slightly improve subjective well-being in humans. The study was led by the universities of Oxford and Bournemouth has done systematic review of the scientific literature.   According to a classical theory of pop psychology and s ...
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Bees Can Learn Skills Too

According to the Queen Mary University of London, bees can also have a learning capacity. The researchers did an experiment, through which they observed that insects can transfer skills through generations. According to the study animals including insects have more capacity to spread and pass on cultures than humans. Not only this, the scientists ...
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Smartphone Can Smartly Control Live Bacteria

Stanford University has come up with a new smart phone microscope called LudusScope. The name was suggested after the Latin word ‘Ludus’ that refers to elementary school or play games as per the researchers. The scientists have claimed that this smart microscope can detect microbes through a light seeking feature. Additionally Euglena i ...
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Motor Cortex Controls Humans’ Decisions

The scientists have revealed that human decisions are controlled by the brain. As per the study the scientists have found the evidence that challenges the traditional belief. Traditionally it is believed that the motor cortex functions the response mechanism without affecting the choice itself.  According to the scientists the new study chall ...
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Scientists Finds Technology to Identify Water Pollution

The researchers from Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) have created a DNA-based device. This newly developed device can detect and distinguish sources of microbial contamination in water. The research was done with the help of a PhyloChip that is as small as a credit card. According to the claim this device is capable of identify ...
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October: Best Month to Watch the Super moon

According to the expert 16th October is going to be the best day to watch the full moon along with other planets such as Venus, Saturn and Mars. Astronomers also suggested to the sky-watchers that evening is the best time to see other planets as Jupiter can be seen in the early morning.   According to the claim Mercury will also appear low n ...
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Avoid Sugar Drinks for Better Health

A research has showed that beverages with extra sugar can increase the risk of cancer. A Professor from Louisiana State University Health Sciences in New Orleans has suggested avoiding sugary beverages.   Beverages such as sweetened soda, sugar-containing fruit juices and sports drinks becomes the reason behind pancreatic and endometrial can ...
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Scientists Find Substitute for 2D Graphene

According to a nature study two-dimensional boron is best material for stretchable electronics. The study has found that two-dimensional material such as graphine is a tough to apply on flexible electronics.   Collaboration of the Rice lab of theoretical physicist Boris Yakobson and experimental collaborators analyzed the material. As per th ...
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