Thursday, Jul 31, 2014
July 19, 201412:38 pm
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The gene known as ASF1A is key to the making of stem cells.

July 17, 20143:37 pm
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The TSS tool provides information to controllers about the speeds they should assign to aircraft.

July 13, 20144:19 pm
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One-third received only text message queries about their drinking and one-third received no text messages.

July 12, 20143:41 pm
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ISRO has planned another trajectory correction manoeuvre in August before the Mars Orbit Insertion in September.

July 12, 201411:31 am
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The researchers also used gene therapy to "rescue" mice with RP due to MFRP mutations.

July 11, 20143:46 pm
galaxy-S

Astronomers used a telescope made by stitching together telephoto lenses and discovered seven new galaxies.

July 6, 20142:59 pm
fish_t

Research says that high carbon dioxide levels may hinder the ability of fish to recognise one another.

July 4, 20145:14 pm
NAsaT

The initial flight-test configuration will provide a 77-tonne capacity.

July 2, 201410:10 am
nasa

NASA said the countdown stopped because of the failure of the launch pad water suppression system.

July 1, 201411:32 am
nasa

Its field of view is about one square mile (three square kilometres), so even wispy clouds can obscure its measurements.

June 30, 201412:35 am

The space agency launched its Low-Density Supersonic Decelerator (LDSD) test vehicle Saturday from the US Navy’s Pacific Missile Range Facility.

June 29, 201412:44 am
brain

A 2012 study (involving 17 coma patients and 20 healthy ones) tracked 417 brain regions for changes in blood flow.

June 29, 201412:36 am
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A start-up plans to create a space servicing system. But first, they’ll send a Japanese sports beverage to the moon.

June 29, 201412:32 am
space-small

A businessman interested in finding a solution to gravity contributed significantly to understanding it. But it remains a force that confounds scientists.

June 24, 20144:02 pm
image

The clouds are responsible for both precipitation and temperature condition on the planet's surface.

June 22, 20143:58 pm
Space-s

The race to revive the long-lost ISEE-3 — launched in 1978 and abandoned in 1997 — began this April

June 22, 20143:54 pm
Foot-tech-s

The 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil is the first in which goal-line technology (GLT) has been used to cut out refereeing errors.

June 22, 20143:55 pm
Earth-s

Researchers have long suspected that there is a massive water reservoir deep within the Earth. Now, that theory has been confirmed

June 21, 20144:32 pm
White Sharks 01

"The species appears to be recovering," said Cami McCandless.

June 16, 20145:04 pm
tooth_thumb

New technology to repair damaged tooth from cavity without any filling or drilling!

June 13, 20142:00 pm
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The according to researchers from Northwestern University and the University of New Mexico.

June 11, 20142:09 pm
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The final stage of Earth's formation is around 60 million years older than previously thought, researchers said.

June 9, 20144:13 pm
Ice age animals go extinct due to human hunting

Modern man exterminated many of the large animals due to hunting.

June 9, 20141:52 pm
plant-sex-s

The mystery of 'double fertilisation' process is how each single pollen grain is able to produce twin sperm cells.

June 4, 20143:48 pm
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The biochip is made from quartz, silver and thousands of nanoscale interferometers.

June 1, 20145:40 pm
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Raptor is almost as fast as the world's fastest legged robot, Cheetah.

June 1, 20145:06 pm
Sun 2.1

According to NASA, a curtain of solar material erupted outwards at speeds of 1.5 million miles per hour.

May 29, 20141:22 pm

The biomaterial also dissolves once repair is well underway and its stealth coating makes it invisible to the immune system.

May 28, 20145:42 pm
nasa-t

CHESS is equipped with a spectrograph, which can parse out just how much of any given wavelength of light is present.

May 26, 20143:27 pm
mars-S

The crater spans half the length of a football field and first appeared in March 2012.

May 25, 20141:13 am

A fast-paced, digitally enhanced memory tournament was an unusual collaboration between industry, academic scientists and science, to develop drugs for cognition.

May 25, 20141:08 am
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Scientists believe nature holds another 10 million undiscovered species, from single-celled organisms to mammals.

May 23, 20143:51 pm
GlobalSelfieMosia

NASA has released the 'Global Selfie' created by combining over 36,000 pictures clicked by individuals.

May 23, 20143:49 pm
moon-T

A ground terminal at White Sands, New Mexico, uses four separate telescopes to send the uplink signal to the Moon.

May 21, 20143:59 pm
intel

9 Indian students were awarded at Intel International Science and Engineering Fair, the world’s largest high school science research competition.

May 19, 20143:39 pm
Light-ss

The calculation was found to be theoretically sound but Breit and Wheeler said that they never expected anybody to physically demonstrate their prediction.