NASA seeks officer to defend Earth from aliens

NASA is hiring a "planetary protection officer" who would be tasked to protect the Earth from potential alien contamination.

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Ebola can persist in survivor’s semen 2 years after infection

The deadly Ebola virus can persist in the semen of survivors for more than two years after the onset of infection, a study has found.

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Giant exoplanet with glowing water atmosphere discovered

Scientists have for the first time discovered glowing water molecules in the atmosphere of a giant Jupiter-like planet located 900 light years from Earth that is hot enough to boil iron.

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US scientists edit genes of human embryos– a step that can produce babies with desirable traits

Scientists for the first time in United States have edited the genes of human embryos.

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Alien attack a reality? NASA scientists to hire planetary protection officer to save Earth from alien contamination

NASA scientists is hiring planetary protection officer to protect Earth from alien contamination.

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Born this way? Researchers explore the science of gender identity

While President Donald Trump has thrust transgender people back into the conflict between conservative and liberal values in the United States, geneticists are quietly working on a major research effo

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‘Human-induced’ earthquakes indistinguishable from natural ones: Study

Naturally occurring earthquakes and human-induced ones are actually "indistinguishable", a new study has revealed.

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What is the flesh-eating bacteria, which has horrified thousands of users on Facebook

A Facebook post about an incident, in which a woman allegedly fell victim to a "flesh eating bacteria" on the popular Myrtle Beach of South Carolina, has horrified lakhs of users

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Avoid early introduction to bovine milk, mother’s milk best for newborns: Experts

Early introduction to cow or buffalo milk may lead to several health complications in newborns, say experts who maintain there is no substitute to breastfeeding as mother's milk is the best source of

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Raksha Bandhan 2017 Date in India: When is Raksha Bandhan in Uttar Pradesh, Delhi and Others State in India?

According to the Hindu calendar, the festival of Raksha Bandhan is celebrated on the full moon of the Shravan month.

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Rising CO2 level to worsen India’s protein deficiency problem

The problem of protein deficiency is known to be widespread in India, and if carbon dioxide (CO2) levels continue to rise as projected, it may put an estimated 53 million people at new risk of consumi

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Salute! Superwoman pregnant doctor helps another woman in labor, then delivers her own

Dr. Hess was admitted to Frankfort Regional Hospital last Sunday and was waiting when she heard a woman screaming from another room.

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Excessively cute child fist bumps everyone on board; Watch video

In a rather heartwarming video, an adorable little kid is seen fist bumping everyone on a flight.

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Sun’s core rotates four times faster than its surface

An international team of astronomers has found that the Sun's core rotates nearly four times faster than the solar surface.

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Inadequate breastfeeding may drain Indian economy of $14 billion: UN report

Nearly one lakh children die every year in India due to diseases that could have been prevented through breastfeeding, according to a UN report which said mortality and other losses attributed to inad

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India top tourism source market for Sri Lanka

India has been Sri Lanka's top source for tourist arrivals during the month of May followed by China, according to a report released here today.

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ISRO to launch a ‘back-up’ navigation satellite by month end

Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will launch its navigation satellite IRNSS-1H by the end of this month to augment the existing seven satellites of NavIC constellation.

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Air pollution may cause 60,000 deaths in 2030: Study

Climate change, if left unaddressed, is expected to increase air pollution-related deaths by nearly 60,000 in 2030 and 2,60,000 in 2100 globally, a study has claimed.

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New drug could improve Parkinson’s disease treatment

Researchers have developed a new drug that may limit the progression of Parkinson's disease while providing better symptom relief to people with the disease.

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Summertime experiences of Paris

The Mon Eté in Paris guide, produced by the Paris Ile-de-France Regional Tourism Committee and made for tourists enjoying city breaks, offers a selection of signature and festive events, specific to

New optical device can detect drugs, explosives

Scientists have developed a new light-based sensor that can help detect drugs in blood, traces of explosives in the environment as well as track diseases.

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Earth likely to warm over two degrees this century: Study

Our planet may see a temperature increase of 2 to 4.9 degrees Celsius over the next 80 year

Drinking alcohol daily may raise skin cancer risk: Study

Individuals who are heavy alcohol consumers may be at an increased risk of developing non-melanoma skin cancer, an analysis has shown.

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Amazing 21-year-old Jaimie undergoes transgender surgery, documents journey to send a strong message

Jaimie Wilson, a 21-year-old musician from Florida, underwent a transgender surgery in 2015.

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Proxima b unlikely to be habitable: NASA

A new NASA study says that the atmosphere of Proxima b might have been destroyed by harmful stellar radiation, reducing its potential for habitability.

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Friendship Day 2017 Date in India: When is Friendship Day in India?

Friendship Day, also known as 'mitrata diwas' in India, is celebrated on the first Sunday of August every year.

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Sam Shepard, Pulitzer-winning playwright, is dead at 73

Sam Shepard, the Pulitzer Prize- winning playwright, Oscar-nominated actor and celebrated author whose plays chronicled the explosive fault lines of family and masculinity in the American West, has di

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