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Young solar system found around nearby star

Astronomers have recently discovered a young solar system around a nearby star that resembles Earth's solar system.

Young solar system found around nearby star

Crashing comets caused mystery swirls on Moon

Researchers have discovered that crashing comets caused mystery swirls on Moon over the last 100 million years.

Crashing comets caused mystery swirls on Moon

Methane may power future manned mission spacecraft to Mars

Scientists are planning to develop new next-generation rocket engines that will help getting mass to Mars and Moon.

Methane may power future manned mission spacecraft to Mars

Colorful bird plumage is about survival, not just sex

As per a new study, sexual selection isn't the last word on bird plumage.

Colorful bird plumage is about survival, not just sex

Secrets of ‘dark universe’ may soon be unraveled

The Large Synoptic Survey Telescope (LSST), whose construction officially began at a traditional stone-laying ceremony outside La Serena, Chile on April 14th, is slated to start scanning the heavens i

Secrets of ‘dark universe’ may soon be unraveled

NASA’s Cassini to take one last look at Saturn’s moon Hyperion

NASA's Cassini spacecraft will take final close-up look at Saturn's huge and irregularly shaped moon Hyperion on May 31.

NASA’s Cassini to take one last look at Saturn’s moon Hyperion

Climate change: Extreme heat wave in India could be a reason

A new research has revealed that increasing heat wave in India could be another manifestation of drastic climate change.

Climate change: Extreme heat wave in India could be a reason

Mystery behind Swiss cheese holes revealed

While you may have thought all sorts of reason behind why there are holes Swiss cheese, including mice eating their way through, it turns out it's dirt that causes such gaps in food.

Mystery behind Swiss cheese holes revealed

Modern humans migrated out of Africa from Egypt unlike previously believed

It turns out that modern human populations took the route out of Africa from Egypt, finds a new study.

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Like Earth, Mars also has visible ‘aurorae’

For the first time the occurrence of aurorae, a natural light display in the sky, has been predicted on Mars by the researchers.

Like Earth, Mars also has visible ‘aurorae’

Perfume scientists use nose expertise to design ‘stink-less’ latrines

Perfume researchers have combined nose expertise and technology to come up with less odorous latrines.

Perfume scientists use nose expertise to design ‘stink-less’ latrines

This is what our ‘toddler’ solar system looked like billion years ago

Scientists have found a young planetary system which may enable them to understand what our own solar system looked like as 'toddler' billions of years ago.

This is what our ‘toddler’ solar system looked like billion years ago

Another species of ‘modern humans’ existed along with ‘Lucy’ 3.5 mln yrs ago

A new study has examined that humans have a new ancestor i.e. a new hominin species called Australopithecus deyiremeda that most probably lived at the same time as the "Lucy" species in Ethiopia.

Another species of ‘modern humans’ existed along with ‘Lucy’ 3.5 mln yrs ago

Supernovas act as ‘cleaning maid’ for universe

Acting as a maid service of the universe, Supernovas have helped clean up galaxies.

Supernovas act as ‘cleaning maid’ for universe

This is how water walks on the moon

A new research has found that gravity on planets, satellites and large asteroids holds molecules, including water, on their exosphere.

This is how water walks on the moon

Discovery of Ebola virus’ ‘Achilles heel’ may yield better cure

Scientists have found the "Achilles heel" of Ebola virus, which may now help them to find a better way to protect against the virus.

Discovery of Ebola virus’ ‘Achilles heel’ may yield better cure

Now, a satellite tracking system to tackle forest fires in Himachal

In an effort to save forests in Himachal Pradesh, the state government has set up a satellite tracking system to find forest fires and launched awareness campaigns to safeguard the region's green cove

Now, a satellite tracking system to tackle forest fires in Himachal

Climate engineering may save coral reefs: Study

Coral reefs are considered one of the most vulnerable ecosystems to future climate change due to rising sea surface temperatures and ocean acidification.

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Scientists to explore Jupiter’s icy moon ‘Europa’: NASA

Researchers from the Planetary Science Institute will be studying Jupiter's moon Europa, NASA has announced.

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Women’s brains `change` post pregnancy, motherhood

A new research has found that women's brain alters permanently once they experience pregnancy and enter motherhood.

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Climate engineering may be only way to save coral reefs

A new study has indicated that geoengineering of the climate may be the only way to save coral reefs from mass bleaching.

Climate engineering may be only way to save coral reefs

Time to explore Venus with ‘inflatable aircraft’

Exploring Venus will now seem to be easier with Northrop Grumman's new idea of an inflatable aircraft.

Time to explore Venus with ‘inflatable aircraft’

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.

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

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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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.

Here’s why good people do bad things

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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