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Washington, Sep 20 : An electric car built by students at Brigham Young University has reportedly set a new land speed record breaking the former 200 miles-per-hour record for cars in its class.
Washington, Sept 20 : A new study has revealed that massive galaxies have stopped making their own stars and are instead "eating" nearby galaxies and our Milky Way galaxy has grown by doing the same.
Washington, Sept 20 : A new research has revealed about the future spacesuits that may be a lightweight stretchy garment lined with tiny muscle-like coils to contract and essentially shrink-wrap the garment around astronauts' body in response to heat.
Washington, Sept 20 : A new research has revealed about the discovery of a hadrosaur species with a truly distinctive nasal profile that lived approximately 75 million years ago during the Late Cretaceous period.
Washington, Sept 20 : A new study has revealed about the first time development of a fingertip sensor technology that gives robot dexterity.
Washington, Sep 20 : In a disturbing trend, an internal Hubble Space Telescope (HST) study has found that in each of the past 11 observation proposal cycles, applications led by male principal investigators had a higher success rate than those led by women.
London, Sep 20 : Do you believe that a person travelling in a high-speed rocket would age more slowly than people back on Earth?
Washington, Sep 20 : In a bid to help under-developed countries clean polluted water more effectively, researchers at the Washington State University (WSU) have developed a unique method to use microbes buried in pond sediment to power waste cleanup in rural areas.
Kolkata, Sep 20 : In a pioneering step aimed at zero food wastage, a group of Indian engineers have designed a solar powered, portable micro cold storage system for small farmers that will help them store agricultural produce at low temperatures in areas with poor or no access to electricity.
London, Sep 20 : An ultra-sensitive biosensor made from the wonder material graphene has been used to detect molecules that indicate an increased risk of developing cancer.
Washington, Sept 19 : A recent study has revealed that dogs can be pessimistic too.
London, Sep 19 : If high levels of sound disturb your sleep at night, you can now turn your smartphone into a noise sensor for further action as researchers have now developed an app that lets you map noise.
Washington, Sep 19 : Massive galaxies in the universe have stopped making new stars and are instead gulping down nearby galaxies, according to new research.
Washington, Sep 19 : The Earth is going to have 11 billion people by 2100, with the rising population exacerbating global problems such as climate change, spread of infectious diseases and poverty, says a significant joint study by the United Nations and the University of Washington.
Washington, Sept 18 : In a new study, scientists have found that clownfish larvae can swim up to 400 kilometres in search of a new home, which helps them deal with the environmental changes better.
Washington, Sep 18 : Researchers recently developed an "artificial beak" that could allow people to collect water from fog.
Washington, Sept 18 : Scientists have found that astronauts can actually walk faster on the moon than what was previously thought.
Washington, Sept 18 : A new research has revealed that chimpanzees have innate lethal aggression, refuting the theory of chimpanzees' inter-community wars being a result of human impact, such as habitat destruction or food provisioning, rather than adaptive strategies.
Washington, Sept 18 : A new research has revealed that toddlers' ability to learn words increases with age and a limit exists as to how many words they can learn each day.
Washington, Sep 18 : Astronomers has recently found a smallest known galaxy that contains an enormous black hole.
Washington, Sept 18 : A new study has found that coral growth rates have plunged 40 percent in since the mid 1970s.
Washington, Sep 18 : Were you intrigued by Neil Armstrong's unusual walking style on the moon as he took a 'giant leap' for mankind? Well, that was not because of low gravity but space suits that restricted movement.
Washington, Sep 18 : NASA's Mars spacecraft is nearing its scheduled insertion into the Martian orbit Sep 21 after completing a 10 month interplanetary journey of 442 million miles.
Washington, Sep 18 : Astronomers including an Indian-origin scientist have found an unlikely object in an improbable place - a monster black hole lurking inside one of the tiniest galaxies ever known.
Washington, Sept 17 : A new research has revealed about the first time capturing of extremely rapid "motions of single molecule in real time."
Washington, Sep 17 : A new study has revealed that sharks possibly are more sensible than clever, which might make them appear like they are brilliant mathematicians.
Washington, September 17 : In an initiative to use networks to spread messages about public health knowledge, Noshir Contractor and his collaborators are combining social networks with knowledge about social motives to influence the adoption of family health innovations.
Washington, Sept 17 : A new study has revealed the development of a long-lasting and more efficient nuclear battery using a water-based solution to generate electrical energy.
New York, Sep 17 : Researchers have created a breakthrough colour display technology that brings the quest to create artificial squid skin - a metamaterial that can 'see' colours and automatically blend into the background - a step closer.
Lisbon, Sep 17 : Portuguese and Spanish paleontologists have discovered a new species of dinosaur, the smallest in Portugal, researchers involved in the discovery have revealed.
New York, Sep 17 : Smartphone users are spending more time on apps that ever. According to a latest study, app usage has increased by an average of 21 percent worldwide from a year ago.
London, Sep 17 : Children generally produce words at 10 to 15 months and the range of vocabulary expands as they grow. However, according to a study, the key to learning to talk lies in the genes.
New York, Sep 17 : Researchers at the University of Missouri have created a long-lasting and more efficient nuclear battery that could be used as a source of reliable energy in automobiles and space flight.
Washington, Sep 17 : US space agency NASA said Tuesday it will make a "major announcement" regarding the awarding of contracts to build commercial spaceships that will send the country's astronauts to space soil by 2017.
London, Sep 16 : A tiny fragment of Martian meteorite 1.3 billion years old has made a strong case for the possibility of life on Mars, say scientists.
Washington, Sep 16 : Conditions on the Earth for the first 500 million years after its formation may have been surprisingly similar to present day conditions - complete with oceans, continents and active crustal plates, report geologists.
Washington, Sep 16 : Mice that receive a "humanised " version of a speech and language gene exhibit accelerated learning, a new study said.
London, Sep 16 : Scientists have developed a new method for the synthesis of an ultra-hard material that exceeds the hardness of diamonds.
New York, Sep 16 : A "global selfie" project that aims to send a special message from earth to space via NASA's New Horizons spacecraft has been approved by the US space agency.
Washington, Sept 16 : Scientists have discovered a gene mutation that arose more than half a million years ago, and could be the key to humans' unique language ability.
London, Sep 16 : Scientists recently discovered fossils of a new flying reptile, which lived 120 millions years ago and named it 'ikrandraco avatar' due to it's closely resemblance with the creatures ridden in James Cameron's 2009 film 'Avatar.'
Washington, Sept 16 : In a new study, experts have found the common principles at work in swimming, revealing how animals as big a whale or as small as larvae, swim.
Washington, Sept 16 : A new research has revealed that numbers-focused calculations, especially those involving money, may lead to unethical choices, including social and moral transgressions.
London, September 16 : NASA's inspector general has said that the agency won't be able to meet its goal of finding 90 percent of nearby and potentially dangerous asteroids larger than 460 feet in diameter.
London, Sept 16 : A new study has revealed that due to global warming, this century may suffer from a series of decades-long "megadroughts".
Washington, Sep 16 : A new study has revealed that the conditions on early earth, which is 500 million years after it was formed, may not be as bad as previously imagined; in fact it might be similar to the present day.
Washington, Sept 16 : A new study has revealed that hearing and cognitive function affecting genes determine one's musical aptitude.
New York, Sep 15 : How does it feel when your smartphone begins to ring all of a sudden during a key client presentation? Embarrassed? Help is here.
Washington, Sep 15 : In search of a way to clear infections, US researchers have developed an artificial "biospleen" to filter blood.
Bangalore, Sep 15 : An Indian spacecraft will enter Mars Sep 24 for scientific exploration of the red planet after a 300-day voyage through inter-planetary space, a space agency official said Monday.
Washington, Sep 15 : Scientists have finally found the mechanism that keeps the circadian clock in sync, which could ultimately help in curing jetlag and other related diseases.
Johannesburg, Sep 15 : Scientists recently unveiled a device called 'bio-spleen,' which uses a magnet to cleanse the blood by bacteria, fungi and toxins.
New York, Sep 15 : At a time when scientists the world over are looking for ways to extend smartphone battery life, a new study suggests that rapid charging and draining does not damage lithium ion electrodes as much as earlier thought.
New York, Sep 15 : A giant balloon fitted with a new NASA telescope to spot black holes is set to take off this month.
Washington, Sep 14 : NASA is all set to send the fourth SpaceX cargo mission, that would carry among other equipments a 3D printer to the International Space Station (ISS) from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida Sep 20.
Washington, Sep 14 : Despite digital technology invading youngsters' life, US millennials are reading more books than the older generation, said a latest survey by Washington-based think tank Pew Research Centre.
Athens, Sep 14 : Archaeologists are still trying to identify the owner of the tomb found in Greece recently.
London, Sep 14 : Tired of housemaids' tantrums? Soon try this robot who can load dishwasher for you.
Washington, Sep 14 : Quasars are the brightest objects in the universe and display a mysterious diversity in their appearance that has puzzled astronomers for over two decades. Scientists believe that the mystery can now be solved.
Washington, Sep 14 : Researchers from the North Carolina State University have identified crucial genes and cellular processes that appear to control the so-called hyper-sensitive defence response (HR) in corn.