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Astronomers discover most distant galaxy ever

The new distance measurement also enabled the astronomers to determine that EGS-zs8-1 is still forming stars rapidly...

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How India slammed into Eurasia at record speed found

For years, scientists have struggled to explain how India could have drifted northward so quickly...

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NASA spacecraft crashes into Mercury, ends mission

NASA's MESSENGER spacecraft dashed into Mercury, ended the 11-year space exploration mission.

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Astronomers find 11 runaway galaxies

Astronomers have spotted 11 runaway galaxies that have been flung out of their birthplaces to wander the void of intergalactic space.

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Artificial photosynthesis method turns waste CO2 into fuels

In a breakthrough in artificial photosynthesis, researchers have developed a new system that uses sunlight to convert waste carbon dioxide into valuable...

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New LED technology boosts Wi-Fi bandwidth tenfold

A new technology that can increase the bandwidth of WiFi systems by 10 times, using LED lights to transmit information, has been developed.

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Breast cancer to grow 50 per cent by 2030

The number of breast cancer cases diagnosed in the US in 2030 will double due to several factors, including changing lifestyle and increasing population...

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Protein that boosts immunity to viruses and cancer found

Scientists have discovered a protein that plays a central role in promoting immunity to viruses and cancer....

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World’s first self-powered video camera developed by Indian-origin scientist

The world's first self-powered video camera that runs without a battery and can produce an image each second...

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One of the most distant planets discovered

A remote gas planet about 13,000 light-years away has been discovered by scientists using NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope...

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The weird ways of water on Saturn

Once every 20 or 30 years, a superstorm greater than Earth breaks out on Saturn and whips...

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Tyrannosaurs were violent cannibals: Study

Remains of a mutilated dinosaur victim provide strong evidence that T rex and his kin were violent animals and practiced cannibalism, scientists say.

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US astronomer names asteroid after Malala

An asteroid discovered by a US astronomer has been named after Pakistan's teenage education activist and the world youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai...

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IRNSS-1D’s health normal: ISRO

India's fourth navigation satellite IRNSS-1D has been positioned at its assigned orbit and is in "normal" health, Indian Space Research Organisation said today...

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Non-violent video games can be useful to autism: Study

Non-violent video games that capitalise on storytelling have prosocial benefits...

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Our Sun is a late ‘boomer’: Study

Astronomers found that galaxies like our Milky Way underwent a stellar "baby boom," churning out stars at a prodigious rate, about 30 times faster than today.

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Earth’s violent collision with Theia created Moon

Within the first 150 million years after our solar system formed, a giant body roughly the size of Mars struck and merged with Earth...

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Plants are passive smokers: study

Passive smoking also affects plants which can take up nicotine from cigarette smoke and contaminated soil, according to a new study...

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Robots helping surgeons where hands can’t reach

To remove tumours and perform surgeries where their hands cannot reach, doctors are now using 5 mm thin robotic hands...

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Signs of alien life will be found by 2025: NASA scientists

Signs of alien life will be detected by 2025, while "definitive evidence" of extra-terrestrial beings may be found within the next 20 to 30 years, top NASA scientists say.

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Sun experiences seasonal changes: Study

The Sun undergoes a type of seasonal variability with its activity waxing and waning over the course of nearly two years...

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Aliens probably weigh over 300 kgs, says a cosmologist

A cosmologist in Spain has calculated that Aliens, if they exist, weigh over a massive 300 kgs.

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NASA-funded engine may take humans to Mars in just 39 days!

NASA awarded a grant of $10 million to Ad Astra Rocket to develop an engine that could send humans to Mars in just 39 days.

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Due to lunar eclipse in India, ‘Danda Nata 2015’ festival comes to halt in Odisha

Due to the lunar eclipse, the ongoing 'Danda Nata 2015' festival, a popular folk dance of Ganjam district in Odisha...

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‘Blood moon’ Lunar eclipse: Thousands witness event in Chennai

In wake of the Fabindia incident in Goa, all district SPs in Chhattisgarh have been directed to inspect trial rooms...

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‘Blood moon’ Lunar eclipse 2015 to be visible from Eastern-most Arunachal Pradesh

The first total lunar eclipse of 2015 would be visible in its entirety tomorrow from some parts of the eastern-most region of Arunachal Pradesh, a senior astrophysicist said.

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Information is not lost when it enters black hole: Study

Contrary to what some physicists have argued for years, information is not lost once it has entered a black hole, scientists, including one of Indian-origin, have claimed.

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