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Fresh insight on how diamonds are formed

Washington, Nov 21 : New findings have revealed long unknown details about how carbon deep beneath the Earth's surface is helping diamond formation in the Earth's mantle.

First complete view of flu virus' key machine revealed

Washington, Nov 21 : A new research has come up with the first complete structure of one of the flu virus' key machines i.e. polymerase.

'Thread-like-filaments' pivotal in formation of galaxies

Washington, Nov 21 : A new study has revealed that thread-like "filaments" in the cosmic web played a critical role in the formation of distant universe.

Now, ultrasound can penetrate bones, metals

Washington, Nov 21 : In a major breakthrough, researchers have developed a technique that allows ultrasound to penetrate bones and metals.

A safe, reliable wireless pacemaker to hit stores soon

Washington, Nov 21 : A new self-contained, leadless cardiac pacemaker is the safe and reliable alternative to conventional pacemakers, says a new research.

Unravelling the process of going to sleep

New York, Nov 21 : Sleeping is a gradual process and researchers have now developed a method to estimate the dynamic changes in brain activity and behaviour during the transition from wakefulness to sleep.

Deep-Earth Carbons sheds fresh light on origin of life

Washington, Nov 21 : A new research has revealed the long unknown details about carbon deep beneath the Earth's surface which have given clues regarding the origin of life on earth.

Tectonic uplift in Himalaya led to formation of 'steep' gorge

Washington, Nov 21 : A team of researchers has discovered a canyon, filled with more than 500 m of sediments beneath the bed of the present-day Yarlung Tsangpo River upstream from the gorge.

Horses, rhinos may have originated from India

Washington, Nov 21 : A new study has suggested that ancestor of horses and rhinos originated on the Asian subcontinent while it was still an island.

Carbon sheds fresh light on origin of life

Washington, Nov 21 : New findings have revealed long unknown details about carbon deep beneath the Earth's surface, suggesting ways this carbon might have influenced the history of life on the planet.

Scientists discover 'power source' of canc

Washington, Nov 20 : A new study has revealed that a similar protein complex and its subunit which is now believed to be a cancer-causing gene that impacts activity of another gene that's tied to tumour growth.

New insight into cells may lead to better drugs

London, Nov 20 : In a significant revelation that may help scientists create better drugs, a team of British researchers have found how different types of immune cells communicate with each other and how they kill cancerous or infected cells.

Atomic clock that fits in your pocket

Washington, Nov 20 : Researchers, including an Indian-origin scientist, are working on a highly accurate atomic clock the size of a Rubik's cube, measuring about 2 inches in each dimension.

Astronomers observe possible black hole booted 2,600 light-years from host galaxy

Washington, Nov 20 : Astronomers have recently discovered a mysterious object, which appears to be a possible black hole that has been booted 2,600 light-years from its host galaxy's core.

How long can Earth's technological civilization last?

Washington, Nov 20 : A new study has provided a deeper insight into what could be the average lifetime of species like humans, who are extremely technologically advanced.

Rosetta's spacecraft enters 'comet escort phase' post Philae going to sleep

Washington, Nov 20 : Rosetta's spacecraft will continue its own extraordinary exploration by orbiting the comet as it arcs closer to the Sun.

Blueberries may not provide better vision in the dark after all

Washington, Nov 20 : Scientists have claimed that the belief that blueberries helps healthy people see better in dark, may not true after all.

Of mice and men

Washington, Nov 20 : A team of scientists have made the first systematic comparison between the mouse and human at the genomic level.

An app to help infants with heart defects

New York, Nov 20 : A new app to directly connect infants who have had a critical heart surgery with doctors has been created.

Sun's magnetic field caused more lightning in Britain

London, Nov 20 : Researchers in Britain have found that the country experienced around 50 percent more lightning strikes during the last five years as the Earth's magnetic field was bent by the Sun's own magnetic field.

3D-printed heart models can treat patients better

New York, Nov 20 : An experimental 3D printed model of the heart may help surgeons treat patients born with complicated heart disorders, a significant study shows.

More crop yields adding more CO2 to atmosphere

Washington, Nov 20 : A sharp rise in food production to meet the demands for rising population accounts for as much as 25 percent of the seasonal increase in carbon dioxide (CO2), finds new research.

A jettisoned black hole discovered?

Washington, Nov 20 : Researchers analysing decades of observations from NASA's Swift satellite have discovered an unusual source of light in a galaxy some 90 million light-years away.

'Flying doughnuts' may be the future of air travel

Wellington, Nov 19 : The "flying doughnuts" plane concept could soon become the future of air travel, it has been reported.

Now, first-of-its-kind machine that converts water, CO2 into fuel

Washington, Nov 19 : A new machine has been recently revealed the "first of its kind" machine that could turn water and carbon dioxide into the synthetic petroleum-based fuels.

Gravity may have saved universe from collapsing after Big Bang

Washington, Nov 19 : A new study has revealed that gravity may have saved the universe from collapsing immediately after the Big Bang.

Musicians have better long-term memories

Washington, Nov 19 : If you are a musician, you have a better long-term memory as a new study has revealed what may be the first links between music expertise and advantages in long-term memory.

Mother's tender, love, care may benefit tot's early brain development

Washington, Nov 19 : A new study has revealed that a mother's soothing presence and tender, love, care( TLC) cannot just ease pain but it may also impact early brain development by changing gene activity in the part of the brain where emotions are involved.

Small volcanic eruptions slowing down global warming over past 15 yrs

Washington, Nov 19 : A new research has suggested that small volcanic eruptions may have contributed to the recent slowdown in global warming over the past 15 years.

Neanderthals were not 'subspecies' of modern humans

Washington, Nov 19 : A new study has revealed that Neanderthals were not subspecies of modern humans rather they were a distinct species separate from Homo sapiens.

Philae Lander detects 'life creating' organic molecules on comet

London, Nov 19 : The Philae lander has detected organic molecules on the surface of its comet, which are the basis of life on Earth and may give clues to chemical ingredients delivered to our planet early in its history.

Brain treats social and physical pain differently

New York, Nov 19 : Contradicting a common belief, a new study has found that the brain processes physical and social pain differently.

Small volcanic eruptions slowing down global warming?

Washington, Nov 19 : Small volcanic eruptions might eject more of an atmosphere-cooling gas into Earth's upper atmosphere than previously thought, potentially contributing to the recent slowdown in global warming, contends a new study.

Transparent brain reveals effects of cocaine and fear

New York, Nov 19 : A new technique that makes mouse brains transparent has revealed how the brain responds to cocaine addiction and fear.

Wearable, baby monitoring devices prove ineffective

London, Nov 19 : Wearable devices to monitor the vital signs of infants have no proven effectiveness, according to a British doctor.

NASA probe set to wake up for Pluto encounter

Washington, Nov 19 : NASA's Pluto-bound probe New Horizons spacecraft comes out of hibernation for the last time next month in preparation for a six-month encounter, including a first-ever close flyby of the mysterious dwarf planet on July 14, 2015.

Neanderthals were a distinct species: Study

Washington, Nov 19 : A team of US researchers has identified new evidence supporting the growing belief that Neanderthals were a distinct species separate from modern humans and not a subspecies of them.

Now, biofuel from oranges

Tokyo, Nov 19 : Scientists from Japan's Mie University have developed biofuel from inedible oranges and have received promising results due to its efficiency and less corrosive nature, media reported.

Mechanism to control 'cellular death switch' discovered

London, Nov 18 : Scientists have discovered mechanisms which control a new form of premature cell death in living tissue, opening up the possibility of new treatment for a number of diseases, says a new research.

Lizards breathe like birds

New York, Nov 18 : University of Utah scientists have shown that bird-like breathing also developed in green iguanas -- reptiles not known for high-capacity fitness.

Alien life may flourish on 'exotic kind' of CO2 instead of water

Washington, Nov 18 : A new study has revealed that alien life might be able to thrive on an exotic kind of "supercritical" carbon dioxide instead of water.

Antioxidant found in high-protein foods crucial for women's fertility

Washington, Nov 18 : A new study has found that a natural antioxidant, selenium, which is found in protein-rich foods like red meat, seafood and nuts, is crucial for fertility in women.

Volcanoes may have caused triggered water flow on early Mars

Washington, Nov 18 : A new study has revealed that volcanism and greenhouse gas could have warmed Mars sufficiently, but only for tens or hundreds of years at a time, which could have triggered water flow.

Scientists link soap ingredient to liver tumors in mice

Washington, Nov 18 : Scientists have revealed that an antimicrobial commonly that is found in soaps, shampoos, toothpastes and many other household items causes liver fibrosis and cancer in laboratory mice through molecular mechanisms that are also relevant in humans.

NASA observes return of giant sunspot producing mid-level flare

Washington, Nov 18 : NASA's Solar Dynamics Observatory (SDO) has recently observes the return of giant sunspot that produced mid-level flare on Nov. 16, 2014.

Less sex, more veggies can increase lifespan of reptiles

Washington, Nov 18 : A new study has revealed that having less sex and eating more vegetables is the secret to longevity of lizards and snakes.

Climate change didn't cause Europe's Bronze Age population collapse

Washington, Nov 18 : A team of scientists has refuted the theory of climate change being the cause behind the huge population collapse in Europe at the end of the Bronze Age.

First global geologic map of asteroid Vesta reveals history of large impacts

Washington, Nov 18 : The Scientists have recently created the first global geologic and tectonic map of asteroid Vesta, which helped them reveal the history of large impacts.

Soon GPS may help scientists find 'elusive' dark matter

Washington, Nov 18 : Scientists have revealed that GPS might be a tool in directly detecting and measuring dark matter, so far an elusive but ubiquitous form of matter responsible for the formation of galaxies.

Scientists find new way to make drugs

Canberra, Nov 18 : Chemists have developed a revolutionary new way to manufacture natural chemicals and used it to assemble a scarce anti-inflammatory drug with potential to treat cancer and malaria, a news release by the Australian National University (ANU) said Tuesday.

Water flow on early Mars was episodic

New York, Nov 18 : New research finds that warmth and water flow on ancient Mars were probably episodic, related to brief periods of volcanic activity that spewed tons of greenhouse-inducing sulphur dioxide gas into the atmosphere.

How GPS can find elusive dark matter

Washington, Nov 18 : The Global Positioning System (GPS) might be an effective tool in directly detecting and measuring dark matter - so far an elusive but ubiquitous form of matter responsible for the formation of galaxies.

Subtle Earth shifts can forecast quakes, tsunamis

New York, Nov 18 : Monitoring subtle shifts in the Earth's offshore plates can provide accurate forecasts of earthquake magnitude and tsunami potential, says a study by an international team of scientists.

Revealed: how carbon dioxide moves around the globe

Washington, Nov 18 : A high-resolution NASA computer model has given scientists a stunning new look at how carbon dioxide in the atmosphere travels around the globe.

Now, 'smart' toilet that acts as air freshener

Washington, Nov 17 : A giant plumbing products company has introduced a smart toilet seat that makes your bathroom smell better.

Chilean engineers create bicycle that's 'impossible' to steal

London, Nov 17 : A new 'unstealable' bicycle has been created by 3 Chilean engineers, which can be robbed only if a person breaks it.

Magic tricks created using artificial intelligence

London, Nov 17 : A team of researchers in Britain have for the first time succeeded in creating magic tricks using artificial intelligence.

Soon, wearable tech for troop, civilians to get personalized health alerts

Washington, Nov 16 : Researchers are working on developing a wearable technology that would help troops and civilians to get personalized health alerts, it has been revealed.

Scientists on quest to find hundreds of black holes in universe

Washington, Nov 16 : Researchers have made a breakthrough discovery that might assist scientists to discover hundreds of black holes and unlock secrets of the universe.

Now turn your car into Wi-Fi hotspot

London, November 16 : Adding a latest product to their kit, 4G Network EE recently launched its latest in-car WiFi entertainment hub called the Buzzard 2.

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