Global warming to weaken wind power, a study predicts

The talk about renewable energy is centred around its impact on global warming.

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Artificial intelligence may help identify bacteria quickly and accurately, says study

Microscopes enhanced with artificial intelligence (AI) may help clinical microbiologists diagnose potentially deadly blood infections and improve patients' odds of survival, according to a study.

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Kids who eat healthier food have better self-esteem: Study

Children who eat healthy food may have better self-esteem and fewer emotional problems, according to a European study.

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In first, SpaceX launches recycled rocket and spaceship

For the first time, SpaceX today launched both a rocket and a cargo ship that have flown before, a step forward in the company's goal to lower the cost of spaceflight.

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Tiny robots that think, act like insects in the offing

Scientists are developing a new type of programming that will allow tiny robots to think and act like insects, making them more autonomous and adaptable to complex environments.

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NASA scientists to survey unexplored stretch of Antarctic ice

A team led by two NASA scientists is all set to embark on a 750-kilometre expedition in one of the most barren landscapes on Earth to survey an unexplored stretch of Antarctic ice.

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Ketamine may reduce suicidal thoughts, says study

Addictive party drug ketamine may be effective in reducing suicidal thoughts in depressed people, a study claims. Researchers found that administration of low-dose ketamine reduced anti-suicidal thoug

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SpaceX cargo mission to space station set for Friday launch

SpaceX appears set to launch its 13th commercial resupply services mission to the International Space Station for NASA on Friday after scuttling several earlier attempts this month.

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‘Tourist police’ to assist visitors in Mathura

The tourist police would sport 'T' logo on their shirts, while logos for others would be decided by the director general of police

Scientists find miniature version of our solar system with eight planets

The planet Kepler-90i, described at a briefing on Thursday and in a paper accepted for publication in the Astronomical Journal, demonstrates for the first time that other stars can host planetary syst

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NASA spots eighth planet in solar system

With eight planets, the Kepler-90 system equals our own system in terms of the number of planets orbiting a single star. Astronomers have yet to detect a system with more than eight planets.

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Google artificial intelligence helps NASA discover solar system like ours

Utilising Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) algorithms from Google that decoded massive sets of data from NASA's Kepler Space Telescope, scientists have discovered two exoplanets,

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Student satellite helps solve major space mystery

  A 60-year-old mystery regarding the source of some energetic and potentially damaging particles in the Earth’s radiation belts has been solved, using data from a student operated shoebox-

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India developing small rocket to cash in on small-satellite boom

With the size of earth observation satellites reducing and the future trend moving towards a constellation of small satellites rather than a large one, India's space agency is developing a smaller roc

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Israel relaxes visa norms for Indians

The relaxed visa rule involves less documentation for Indians who have availed visas of Schengen countries, US, Canada, Australia or Israel and have completed their travel to these countries

New Horizons’ next target may have a Moon: NASA

The next flyby target of NASA's New Horizons' mission, which is a peanut-shaped object a billion miles past Pluto, might have company in the form of a small moon, astronomers say.

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Discover Peru’s adventurous side

Some of the adventurous activities that one can indulge in are mountaineering, rock climbing, canopying, sand boarding, caving, diving, surfing, rafting and more

SpaceX delivery delayed few days; first reused rocket for NASA

If the Falcon isn't flying by Friday, SpaceX will have to wait until late December at NASA's request, based on sunlight restrictions on the orbiting lab. As before, SpaceX will attempt to land the fir

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Tea bags in your office dirtier than toilet seat! Check out shocking truth

According to a poll conducted on 1,000 workers, it was revealed that 80 percent of people working in an office wouldn’t think of washing their hands before making drinks for colleagues.

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Why meteoroids explode before reaching Earth decoded

When a meteor comes hurtling towards Earth, the high-pressure air in front of it seeps into its pores and cracks, pushing the body of the meteor apart and causing it to explode, a study has found.

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Single-dose vaccine may control cholera outbreaks: study

Scientists have developed a high- dose cholera vaccine for controlling outbreaks. The vaccine, named Vaxchora, is a single-dose, live- attenuated oral vaccine.

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Jupiter’s Great Red Spot one-and-a-half Earths wide: NASA

Jupiter's Great Red Spot - the solar system's most famous storm - is almost one-and-a-half Earths wide and penetrates about 300 kilometres into the planet's atmosphere, according to data collected by

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Five unique experiences in Shandong

Centuries-old history and lots of cultural relics endows Shandong with abundant tourist resources

NASA’s Juno probe unravels Jupiter’s Great Red Spot roots

Jupiter's famous storm, the Great Red Spot, penetrates well below the clouds -- about 300 kilometres into the planet's atmosphere, suggest data collected by NASA's Juno spacecraft.

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Cleaner, cheaper way to turn methane into fuel

Researchers have developed a new cleaner and cheaper way to produce hydrogen fuel from methane and electricity in just one step. Hydrogen is an excellent fuel which, due to its high energetic density

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Darjeeling to host 5-day tourism festival

Lesser-known destinations in the hills will be promoted during the festival, to be held from December 27 to December 31, at four venues – Darjeeling town, Kurseong, Kalimpong and Mirik

NASA’s Kepler probe uses Google AI for latest discovery

NASA has said its planet-hunting Kepler space telescope made its latest discovery using machine learning from Google. The discovery will be announced at a media teleconference on December 14, NASA sai

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