Tuesday, Apr 28, 2015
April 26, 20154:29 pm

Researchers have developed a revolutionary 4D printing technique which can create objects that change shape over time to suit their environment.

April 24, 20156:42 pm
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The common name of the species is "pocket shark," and its scientific name is Mollisquama species.

April 20, 20151:21 pm
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NASA is offering an award of up to $30,000 for innovative design ideas to protect a spacecraft's crew on the journey to Mars.

April 19, 201512:00 am
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Italian neurosurgeon Sergio Canavero is set to perform the world’s first head transplant — on 30-year-old Russian Valery Spridinov (inset), who suffers from a genetic muscle-wasting disease.

April 17, 20159:12 am
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When the camera is not used to capture images, it can be used to generate power for other devices, such as a phone or a watch.

April 16, 20159:21 pm
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Pluto is getting its first close-up decades after planets such as Venus, Mars and Neptune received theirs.

April 14, 20154:04 pm
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"Our measurements show that these conditions exist at night and just after sunrise in the winter, said Madsen.

April 13, 20157:45 pm
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A Portuguese startup that aims to use solar-powered drones to provide wireless internet access to offline areas of the world claims to have successfully completed its maiden test flight.

March 25, 20153:51 pm
NASA's rover Curiosity has detected the first traces of nitrogen on the surface of Mars, a discovery that adds to the evidence that the red planet could have once supported life.

A team using the Sample Analysis at Mars instrument suite aboard NASA's Curiosity rover detected of nitrogen on Mars

March 18, 20156:27 pm
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The draft policy is currently under discussion with all senior experts and stakeholders for finalization.

March 5, 20155:55 pm
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The robot is capable of verbal communication and sets of facial expressions.

March 4, 20151:19 pm
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Researchers discovered that an ice sample exposed to UV radiation under space-like conditions produces these essential ingredients of life.

February 25, 20154:14 pm
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The component images for the self-portrait were taken in late January, while Curiosity was at a drilling site called "Mojave 2."

February 15, 20151:58 pm
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The first version of the telescopic contact lens - which magnifies 2.8 times - was announced in 2013.

February 15, 201512:05 am
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Recent techniques have helped those with Swyer’s Syndrome, in which a woman is genetically male but has female characteristics, give birth.

February 13, 20153:11 pm
The southern stretch is mostly uncrowded unlike the northern stretch where temples and religious activities keep the area abuzz with tourists and pilgrims. (Source: Express photo by Swati Chandra)

Jambeck forecasts that the cumulative impact to the oceans will equal 155 million metric tonnes by 2025.

February 8, 201512:40 am
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The result has been more electric vehicles in California.

February 8, 201512:34 am
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Neutrinos are everywhere. But that’s just what makes them difficult to detect.

February 8, 201512:25 am
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‘Gas physics’ might explain the low pressure found in some balls used for the AFC championship game.

February 6, 201512:51 pm
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The series of images of Ceres were taken on February 4, from a distance of about 145,000 kilometres.

January 29, 20154:23 pm
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They conclude that many of those gullies were formed by meltwater from icy deposits.

January 27, 20151:42 pm
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Probes would last an estimated 15 minutes, according to planetary scientists writing in International Journal Space Science and Engineering.

January 27, 20151:32 pm
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There are at least two types of neurons in the SFO, including ones that drive thirst and others that suppress it.

January 26, 20157:40 am
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The writer is with CNRS, Sciences Po, Paris, and visiting scholar at the sociology department, Pune University.

January 23, 20156:15 pm
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The experiment was carried out by a team from the University of Glasgow's Optics Group.

January 19, 20158:09 pm
A material discovered by ETH Zurich researchers led by Dr Semih Afyon and Reinhard Nesper may have the potential to double battery capacity.

A material discovered by ETH Zurich researchers led by Dr Semih Afyon and Reinhard Nesper may have the potential to double battery capacity.

January 18, 201512:00 am
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The Compact Muon Solenoid Experiment, among others, has helped CERN become a leader in particle physics.

January 11, 201512:13 am
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NASA’s Kepler mission has discovered more than 1,000 planets and some are quite Earth-like.

January 11, 201512:06 am
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Five scientists look at the science we missed at the Indian Science Congress.

January 8, 20151:22 pm
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VolcanoBot 1 was tasked with mapping the pathways of magma from May 5 to 9, 2014.

January 7, 20154:50 pm
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The two most Earth-like planets of the group are Kepler-438b and Kepler-442b.

January 6, 20153:34 pm
ISRO IRNSS 1D satellite launch

The IRNSS 1D would put in place India's own navigation system on par with the Global Positioning System of the US.

January 4, 201512:00 am
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A quick-grow lab technique may make it possible to mass-produce reef-building corals.

January 3, 20153:24 pm
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During ACL reconstruction surgeries, tunnels are drilled into the femur and tibia bones to hold the new ligament in a fixed position.

January 2, 20154:26 pm
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The real alcohol is locked in the hospital pharmacy, ready to send over for the extra temptation of smell.

December 28, 20141:50 am
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In 2015, data science sophistication will increase with an explosion of new tools.