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Scientist warns of humans-turned-robots taking over the world

A top boffin has warned that in the future, chances are that the world will be ruled by humans who have turned into cyborgs.

Slow cognitive process among teens linked with depression, anxiety as adults

A new study has observed that teens with slower performance on a test of "cognitive processing speed" are more likely to have depression and anxiety symptoms as adults.

Pregnant women expecting sons likelier to develop diabetes

Women who are expecting male babies are likelier to develop gestational diabetes than women who expecting girls, finds new study.

H&R Johnson’s ‘The Red Ramp Project’ to help differently abled travellers

H&R Johnson has recently launched 'The Red Ramp Project', an initiative aimed at encouraging the general public and policy makers to start thinking about providing differently abled...

Football fanatics shine in FIFA U-20 host city New Plymouth

After an extreme stunt on Auckland’s iconic Sky Tower- which saw two of New Zealand’s prospective U-20 football stars take to the skies...

How ‘green tea’ helps reduce stress levels

In a trial, scientists tested a drink based on a green tea ingredient, L-Theanine, and found that it significantly reduces stress and cortisol levels in healthy and young adults.

John Nash: A life of great struggle and even greater success

Russell Crowe, who was nominated for the best actor for playing John Nash in 'A Beautiful Mind' movie, tweeted that he was 'stunned' by news of the couple's death.

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‘Breastfeeding’ helps shield babies from pollution

A new study has suggested that breastfeeding may lessen the negative impact of some environmental pollutants common to high-traffic areas.

India to have 70 super computers for high-level research

Narendra Modi led government has formed modalities to discuss nitty- gritty of the project.

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Here’s why good people do bad things

Washington, May 24 (ANI): A new research has tried reasoning why good people do bad things, offering some insights about when people succumb to versus resist ethical temptations.

Top-earning dead celebrities: Albert Einstein, Michael Jackson, Marilyn Monroe, more

Michael Jackson, Elvis Presley, Charles Schulz, Elizabeth Taylor, Bob Marley, Marilyn Monroe, John Lennon, Albert Einstein and others have simply become brands to be managed.

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J.K. Rowling feels reputation restored post Daily Mail apology

J.K. Rowling has admitted that her reputation has been restored as she received an apology from Daily Mail after winning the case in court.

Diabetes: Faster the heart pulse, higher the future risk

A new study linking heart rate and diabetes has suggested that a person's risk of diabetes can be determined by evaluating the heart rate.

Soon, vaccines for 2 bird flu strains

A new study has detailed vaccine development for two new strains of avian influenza that can be transmitted from poultry to humans.

Jordan to relax entry visa regulations for tourists

Following a meeting with King Abdullah II and Queen Rania, the Jordanian Government has approved a proposal put forth by...

India to offer mining tourism from October

Maharashtra Tourism Development Corporation (MTDC) is all set to introduce mining tourism for the first time in the country

Most luminous galaxy in universe discovered

The galaxy belongs to a new class of objects recently discovered by NASA's Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer or WISE.

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Natural plant chemicals block tooth decay

A new study has suggested that oral care products containing a natural chemical that stops bacteria harming teeth could help prevent decay.

Brain or heart? Where you place thy ‘sense of self’ says a lot about you

As per a new study, people tend to locate their "sense of self" in the brain or the heart.

Munich Airport unveils third recreation area in Terminal 2

Munich Airport has opened its third recreational area in Terminal 2

Bombardier predicts over 9,000 business jet deliveries by 2024

Bombardier Business Aircraft has released its annual 10-year forecast for the private aviation market which shows that current economic conditions and geopolitical issues...

Best destinations in the world to click selfies

A picture is worth a thousand words, that may be especially true these days with the ever increasing trend of what are called 'selfies' on the Internet

‘Partnership between the Centre, states and private stakeholders can boost India’s share to 1% in global tourism’

The union minister of state for tourism (independent charge), culture (independent charge) and civil aviation, Dr Mahesh Sharma has said the Government is making all possible efforts to take the share

Scientists restore youthful vigour to adult brains, paves way treatments of autism, schizophrenia

Scientists, led by an Indian-origin researcher, have successfully coaxed old brain processes to become young again...

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Men exist to keep population genetically healthy?

Sexual selection was Darwin's second great idea.

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First hidden, real-time, screen-camera communication created

Operating on the visible light spectrum band, screen-camera communication is free of electromagnetic interference...

NASA offers $2.25 mn for building 3D-printed space habitat

NASA is offering USD 2.25 million in prize for designing and building a 3D-printed habitat for deep space exploration, including the journey to Mars.

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