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Saturn’s moon Titan supposedly has as much salinity as the Dead Sea

Research performed by scientists has confirmed that Titan's ocean, supposedly contains far more salt than any Earth ocean, and that its salinity probably matches...

Volvox embryo inversion 3D video may provide ground-breaking information

Researchers have recently managed to capture a one-of-its-kind 3D video. The said video shows a living algal embryo turning itself inside out. The embryo...

2000 year old Greek Antikythera shipwreck yields more treasures

Scientists have recently raised some more treasures including a part of a Greek board game and a bronze arm chair (it’s probably the remnants...

Deforestation might threat the majority of the Amazon tree species

Researchers have recently conducted an extensive research on the Amazonian tree species for gathering information on the diversity of the biggest tropical rainforest in...

Researchers discovers J1407b aka Super Saturn with 200 times larger rings

This spectacular new discovery by the astronomers has taken the world by surprise. Astronomers from Leiden Observatory, Netherlands together with the astronomers from the University...

Global warming didn’t slow, data was INCOMPLETE

Global warming is still happening, despite what some continue to argue. While a few will be content arguing that climate change has slowed down...

Mice exposed to cat odour changes behavioral reactions but not physiological responses

The predator and prey pairing of cat and mouse is probably the most famous one ever. We have cartoon characters developed based on this...

Human stem cells can be modified by low-dose irradiation

Human stem cells could be getting an overhaul. This is the first time ever in history of gene editing that researchers have used low-dose...

Scientists going crazy over Dark Matter existence, it has DARK side too

The year 2015 began with a path breaking revelation by Dr. Sabine Hossenfelder, a Stockholm-based theoretical physicist; he suggested that dark matter might be...

New species of Tarantula named “Johnny Cash”

Johnny Cash, the famous country singer who often performed in black, has had a new species of spider named after him. Aphonopelma johnny cash...

Boffins at CERN LHC find a rare subatomic process for the first time

Combining the results of two different experiments at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) in Geneva, Switzerland has allowed scientists to observe a rare subatomic...

Compressible rescue robot takes cue from cockroaches

Nobody likes a roach scuttling across the floor - but incredible new research may have proved the creepy insect more useful than we thought....

Killer honeybee pandemic caused by human factors

A study to be released on Friday will report the widespread movement of bee colonies around the world is to blame for their plummeting...

Reseachers found alien mushroom shaped sea creatures in Australia

It is very rare that scientists discover a sea creature that does not fit within current and existing animal kingdom categories, but University of...

25th Anniversary of Hubble brings snaps of Mysterious Green Quasar Ghosts

In 2007, Hanny var Arkel, a Dutch schoolteacher, discovered a weird-looking green blob of gas in space. She made the discovery as a participating...

La Silla Observatory releases prawn nebula’s spectacular views of cosmic recycling

Prawn Nebula’s new view has allowed us to take a close look at cosmic recycling. In this recycling process, gas expelled from a previous...

Mexican free-tailed bats utilize sonar jamming to pursue prey

As it turns out, the Mexican Free-Tailed Bat gets aggressive when it comes to attacking their prey, or hunting down their prey. Even more...

Harvard “kilobot” robots assemble into shape

Robotics and robots as assistant technology are on the rise. Harvard’s latest robots show us that even when tiny, programmed creatures gather together, they...

Giant pandas can be lazy because of low metabolism

Have you ever wondered how giant pandas can get away with being as lazy as they are, while maintaining the diet that they do,...

17 million year old whale skull solves the puzzle of human origin

Researchers have come across a 17 million-year-old whale fossil, which is helping them in solving the mystery surrounding the birthplace of the human race...

Wonder material Silicene is the key to super-fast computing

Super-fast computing might be more plausible than previously thought, now that researchers from the University of Texas have revealed that they have created a...

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