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First direct seismic measurements reveal a geologically active Mars
Based on first reports, Mars has been found to have a moderate level of seismic activity and ground vibrations, intermediate between Earth and the Moon....
Swarm robots can help control self-driving cars
To help make self-driving vehicles safer and more flawless, the researchers have developed a decentralised algorithm with a collision-free, deadlock-free guarantee. ...
Researchers discover a new mechanism involved in expression of down syndrome
In a recent study, researchers have discovered a new mechanism involved in the expression of down syndrome, one of the main causes of intellectual disability and congenital heart ...
Researchers develop new gel-based nanosensor for radiation dose monitoring
Researchers have developed a new gel-based nanosensor for radiation dose monitoring that is cost-effective and easy to read, and which can be used on the skin....
Cases of melanoma caused by UV exposure vary widely in American states: Study
A medical study carried out in the USA has revealed the state-wise variation in rates of skin cancer (melanoma) caused as a result of exposure to ultraviolet rays....
US study reports decline in heart attacks greater among men than women
In a study based on US health system from 2000 to 2014, researchers have reported a steady decline in heart attacks among both men and women. However, the rate of decline slowed a...
NASA scientists spot water in Jupiter's atmosphere
NASA astronomers have recently revealed that our neighbourhood gas-giant, Jupiter, contains water in its atmosphere, albeit in a fractional amount....
Japan to launch sample return mission to Martian moon Phobos
Japanese space agency JAXA is gearing up for an ambitious unmanned space expedition to explore Phobos, one of the two moons that orbit Mars....
How newborn stars prepare for birth of planets
An international team of astronomers used two of the most powerful radio telescopes in the world to create more than three hundred images of planet-forming disks around very young...
Sub-Neptune sized planet validated using Habitable-zone Planet Finder
The Habitable-zone Planet Finder (HPF), an astronomical instrument has confirmed an object initially observed by the Kepler spacecraft is an exoplanet....
Double star system flipping between two alter egos
Researchers noticed that a stellar duo behaved like one type of object before switching its identity, and then returning to its original state after a few years.This is a rare exa...
MIT researchers develop system that identifies best way to deflect incoming asteroid
Researchers at the Cambridge-based Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have developed a system that could help identify the best type of mission for deflecting an incoming...
Findings from NASA's Juno update Jupiter water mystery
NASA's Juno mission has provided its first science results on the amount of water in Jupiter's atmosphere. Published recently in the journal Nature Astronomy, the Juno results est...
Artificial Intelligence can't be left unregulated, says Elon Musk
Tesla CEO Elon Musk has expressed concern over the ever-expanding capabilities of Artificial Intelligence and said that all organisations developing advanced AI, including Tesla, ...
Changes in gut bacteria helped human ancestors to survive in new geographical areas: Study
A new study has suggested that adaptive changes in the microbes inhabiting the human gut (gut microbiome) might be one of the factors responsible for human evolution, allowing our...
Researchers get unexpected insights into functioning of mitochondria
The inner membranes of mitochondria, called the powerhouse of cells, are not static as assumed earlier, but rather they constantly change their structure every few seconds in livi...
New engine to make rockets fuel-efficient, lightweight
A new type of engine -- called a rotating detonation engine -- promises to make rockets not only more fuel-efficient but also more lightweight and less complicated to construct, s...
New chip may pave way for batteryless smart devices
A new ultra-low power Wi-Fi radio housed in a chip smaller than a grain of rice can pave the way for batteryless smart devices and more portable, fully wireless smart home setups,...
Jupiter not as dry as earlier thought, reveals new NASA probe
The largest planet in our solar system may not be as dry as earlier shown by a NASA probe, according to the first science results revealed by the US space agency's Juno mission on...
Scientists create bomb-sniffing cyborg locusts
Pests like locusts are not usually on most people's minds when seeking an alternative to bomb-sniffing dogs....
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