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Playing violent games leads to aggression

The theory that playing violent video games can lead to aggression after all!

Playing violent games leads to aggression

Astronomers photograph a baby Jupiter in another solar system

Astronomers have taken a photograph of a baby planet beyond the solar system that may reveal clues as to how planets such as Jupiter are formed and influence their planetary siblings, a study released

Astronomers photograph a baby Jupiter in another solar system

Comet skirts past Sun with Rosetta in tow

A comet hosting the Philae robot and orbited by the Rosetta spacecraft zipped by past the Sun today with all systems go, The European Space Agency said.

Comet skirts past Sun with Rosetta in tow

NASA offers $1,500 prize for smartwatch app for astronauts

NASA is offering a reward of USD 1,500 to anyone who can design a smartwatch app that will allow astronauts onboard the International Space Station to easily access information.

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How ‘competitive’ cats drove ancient dogs species to ‘extinction’

Competition from the cat family is what played a role in driving many species of ancient dogs to extinction, scientists have found.

How ‘competitive’ cats drove ancient dogs species to ‘extinction’

Australian artist Stelarc to connect ear grown on arm to internet!

Stelarc, an Australian artist is growing a human ear on his arm and plans to turn it into an internet-connected 'remote listening device'.

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Armed and dangerous: octopus genetic secrets unveiled

Scientists have unlocked the genetic secrets of one of Earth's underwater wonders - the octopus - whose eight sucker-studded arms bestow an otherworldly appearance and large brain place it among the s

Armed and dangerous: octopus genetic secrets unveiled

Tomb of Queen Nefertiti found in Luxor?

The final resting place of Queen Nefertiti, the legendary beauty who ruled Egypt along with her husband, Pharaoh Akhenaten, may have been found, a British archaeologist has claimed.

Tomb of Queen Nefertiti found in Luxor?

Photos from International Space Station help measure light pollution on Earth

Scientists are tapping into photographs taken by astronauts aboard the International Space Station (ISS) to reliably measure the amount of light pollution worldwide.

Photos from International Space Station help measure light pollution on Earth

‘Revolutionary’ airline seat design by B/A Aerospace aims to give desired ‘leg-space’

Gone are the days where you had to worry about your legs during long airplane rides as there's a new airline seat design which aims to offer adjustable leg room top ease out some pain of flying.

‘Revolutionary’ airline seat design by B/A Aerospace aims to give desired ‘leg-space’

‘Stripes’ may not shield zebras from predators

While it was believed that "stripes" offer protection for animals living in groups, like zebra, a new research has rebuffed the assumption.

‘Stripes’ may not shield zebras from predators

Here’s why the Greenwich prime meridian ‘changed’, according to astronomers

The Greenwich prime meridian has changed and the scientists now explain it was expected all thanks to advanced technology.

Here’s why the Greenwich prime meridian ‘changed’, according to astronomers

Researchers crack the evolution of ‘beer yeast’

Ever wondered how genetically different is lager from ale beer? Researchers have now answered this query by revealing the evolution of beer yeast.

Researchers crack the evolution of ‘beer yeast’

‘Universe’ is dying, claim scientists

A team of astronomers have claimed that our Universe is slowly fading away.

‘Universe’ is dying, claim scientists

Our universe is slowly dying: Study

The universe is slowly dying but we have another 100 billion years, according to a new study of 200,000 galaxies which found that the energy generated by the galaxies is half of what it was two billio

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For the first time, ISS astronauts to eat lettuce grown in space

Astronauts onboard the International Space Station (ISS) will for the first time eat food that was grown on the orbiting laboratory after harvesting a crop of 'Outredgeous' red romaine lettuce.

For the first time, ISS astronauts to eat lettuce grown in space

New ‘Star Wars’ planet orbiting two stars discovered

Astronomers have found a new 'Star Wars-like' planet orbiting in the 'habitable zone' of two stars, the 10th such exoplanet located by NASA's Kepler Mission.

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‘Footprints’ show carnivourous dinosaurs’ strolled German beach 142 mn yrs ago

Researchers have found footprints of two carnivourous dinosaurs which strolled around Germany 142 million years ago and have provided insights into their daily life.

‘Footprints’ show carnivourous dinosaurs’ strolled German beach 142 mn yrs ago

NASA’s Kepler identifies new ‘circumbinary’ planet orbiting two stars

NASA's Kepler Mission has detected a new "circumbinary" planet orbiting a pair of stars.

NASA’s Kepler identifies new ‘circumbinary’ planet orbiting two stars

Astronomers discover protogalaxy 10 bn light-years away, 4 times size of our Milky Way

Astronomers have discovered a giant protogalaxy 10 billion light-years away, and found that it is about four times larger in diameter than our Milky Way galaxy.

Astronomers discover protogalaxy 10 bn light-years away, 4 times size of our Milky Way

Move over 2D! Scientists develop 3D computer cursors

Taking one more step forward in the age of 3D, scientists have now developed techniques that enable computer cursors to interact in 3D in single or multiuser, local or remote collaboration scenarios.

Move over 2D! Scientists develop 3D computer cursors

Radio buff chats with astronaut on International Space Station

A radio enthusiast named Adrian Lane had least expected that the radio signal he sent out would actually reach the International Space Station, and get him to chat to a US astronaut.

Radio buff chats with astronaut on International Space Station

Darwin not first to discover heterostyly in plants: Study

Darwin was the first to provide an explanation for the functional significance of the two types of flower, researchers said.

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3,500-yr-old Egyptian mummies embalmed with unusual recipes

Researchers studying two ancient Egyptian mummies, dating back to some 3,500 years, have found that they were embalmed with unusual recipes...

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NASA drones to explore Moon and Mars

NASA engineers are developing drones that can fly to areas which are inaccessible to rovers - such as the shaded region of a crater - on Mars, asteroids and Moon to gather samples.

NASA drones to explore Moon and Mars

Q&A: A look at the science on Hawaii’s Mauna Kea

Atop Hawaii's Mauna Kea, where some Native Hawaiians have been peacefully protesting the construction of what would be one of the world's largest telescopes, astronomers have spent the past 40 years o

Q&A: A look at the science on Hawaii’s Mauna Kea

‘Salt deposits’ on Mars point towards planet’s last habitable surface water

In a new research, scientists have stumbled upon salt deposits on Mars, pointing towards what could have been the last habitable surface water on the Red Plant before it went cold and dry.

‘Salt deposits’ on Mars point towards planet’s last habitable surface water
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