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scientists Find The Highest-Ever Concentration of Microplastics on The Seafloor

What if the "great ocean garbage patches" were just the tip of the iceberg? While more than 10 million tonnes of plastic waste enters the sea each year,...

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What happens to microplastics in the ocean?

UK scientists have identified the highest levels of microplastics ever recorded on the seafloor.

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scientists Have Officially Declared This the Most Dangerous Place on Earth

Now a dry land, the place was once home an extensive river system, surrounded with different species of aquatic and terrestrial animals.

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scientistS CREATE TINY DEVICES THAT WORK LIKE THE HUMAN BRAIN

A major computing breakthrough has allowed researchers to develop ultra-low power devices capable of operating at the same voltage level as a brain. ...

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Six-planet system found in almost perfect orbital harmony

Scientists have discovered a six-planet system -- a "super-Earth" and five "mini-Neptunes" which display an exceptionally regular spacing, hinti...

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Meet Our Oldest Common Ancestor: A 555 Million-Year-Old Worm-Like Creature

Scientists have discovered our earliest common ancestor — and the earliest ancestor of all animal life.

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Superconductivity Has Been Discovered in Meteorites For The First Time

Scientists have found naturally occurring superconducting materials in extraterrestrial objects for the first time, discovering superconductive grains embedded insi...

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Engineers crack 58-year-old puzzle on way to quantum breakthrough

A happy accident in the laboratory has led to a breakthrough discovery that not only solved a problem that stood for more than half a century, but has major implica...

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scientists observe half billion-year-old ‘social network’ in early animals

Since rangeomorphs could not move and are preserved where they lived, it is possible to analyse whole populations from the fossil record.

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US begins first human trial of coronavirus vaccine

The coronavirus vaccine is called mRNA-1273 and was developed by US National Institutes of Health (NIH) scientists and collaborators at biotechnology company Modern...

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scientists Claim to Have Found The First Known Extraterrestrial Protein in a Meteorite

A new discovery could be a clue for us to see if life could emerge elsewhere in the Solar System. Using a new analysis technique, scientists think they have found a...

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scientists Find The First-Ever Animal That Doesn't Need Oxygen to Survive

Some truths about the Universe and our experience in it seem immutable. The sky is up. Gravity sucks. Nothing can travel faster than light. Multicellular life nee...

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A Person Can Carry And Transmit COVID-19 Without Showing Symptoms, scientists Confirm

Chinese researchers have confirmed a case of asymptomatic transmission of the new coronavirus: A 20-year-old woman from Wuhan passed it to five of her family member...

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Frozen bird found in Siberia is 46,000 years old

Scientists studying the remarkably well-preserved remains of an Ice Age bird have identified the specimen as a horned lark.

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'Ghost' human ancestor discovered in West Africa

A mysterious "ghost population" of now-extinct ancient human-like creatures may have interbred with early humans living in West Africa, scientists say.

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A TINY AREA OF THE BRAIN MAY ENABLE CONSCIOUSNESS, SAYS "EXHILARATING" STUDY

In a wild new experiment conducted on monkeys, scientists discovered that a tiny, but powerful area of the brain may enable consciousness: the central lateral thala...

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scientists discovered repeated 'mysterious signals' in outer space, and they don't know where they're coming from

• Scientists have discovered regularly recurring "mysterious signals" from an unidentified source 500 million light-yea...

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Chinese scientists believe pangolins may have spread coronavirus from bats to humans

• Pangolins are believed to be one of the world's most trafficked mammals • T...

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This Technique Transforms Nuclear Waste Into “Diamond Batteries”

As the new decade rolls by, scientists have been frantically trying to construct batteries made of diamond. The batteries would have the recycled energy of nuclea...

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scientists Just Snapped the First Ever Picture of Foundation of an Antarctic Glacier

A particular area of concern, visited by the robotic submarine, named Icefin, is a boundary called the grounding line between where the glacier rests on the ocean b...

3 months ago . 50 views

 
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12 Crore Indians Lost Jobs Last Month Amid Virus Lockdown: Think Tank

Lockdown Impact: At least 49 million people across the world are expected to plunge into "extreme poverty" as a direct result of the pandemic's econom...

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Unemployed During Lockdown, Ayushmann Khurrana's Dream Girl Co-star Se...

Solani Diwakar, while talking to a news agency, said that he went back to selling fruits because he had to pay his rent and take care of the expenses of his family ...

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Bodies From the Sky: CCTV Captures Horror as Plane Crashes Into Buildi...

The alleyway at the centre of the crash was littered with debris from pieces of the plane's cabin along with personal goods from luggage, which were scattered a...

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Train Carrying Migrants From Maharashtra to UP Ends up in Odisha, Rail...

The migrant workers said they were informed that the train’s driver had lost his way because of some mix-up.  

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Earth's magnetic field weakens; satellites and spacecrafts malfunction

We have all read about how the magnetic field of the earth protects us from the solar radiation. However, according to reports, that magnetic field is now weakening...

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Manisha Koirala brings in China to support new Nepal map. Governor Swa...

Manisha Koirala was censured on Twitter after she tweeted in support of Nepal amid its border dispute with India.  

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Truecaller revamps its app, adds a host of new features: All you need ...

Caller-identification service provider, Truecaller on Wednesday announced that it has revamped its app completely for its Android and iOS users across the globe.

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राजीव गांधी के वो 5 बड़े योगदान, जिनसे बदल गया हिंदुस्तान

-- राजीव गांधी ने अर्थव्यवस्था के सेक्टर्स को खोला. -- 1988 में की गई उनकी चीन यात्रा ऐतिहासिक थी. ...

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Top 5 Best Cricket Kits in India
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A quick comparison of India’s Richest Man and Pakistan’s Richest Man

There is no doubt that India and Pakistan have produced notable billionaires even as family businesses have passed down from generation to generation. However, Indi...

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‘He stood right behind the stumps’ – Robin Uthappa on how MS Dhoni’s s...

Robin Uthappa, in his entire international career, has bowled only three balls. Even as two of them were in ODI cricket, the other was during the 2007 T20 World C...

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Ancient idols, pillars and Shiv Ling found in Ayodhya near Ram temple ...

KEY HIGHLIGHTS -- '5 feet Shiva Linga, 7 pillars of black touchstone, 6 pillars of red sandstone and broken i...

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Best Coffee Makers Brands in India 2018
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US Senate passes bill to delist Chinese companies from American stock ...

The bill was approved by unanimous consent and would require companies to certify that they are not under the control of a foreign government.

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First day at New Delhi railway station: Long queues and Aarogya Setu

Outside the New Delhi Railway station on Tuesday, there was a steady flow of passengers — students, migrants and professionals from within and outside Delhi &...

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Is Work From Home Making You Sick?

Researchers revealed that being online & offline lines almost always gets blurred. With your easy access to work, you end up working more than your counterpart ...

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Aarogya Setu App is Mandatory For All Rail Passengers: Must Have App I...

The Aarogya Setu app was made mandatory after a Union Ministry of Home Affairs missive, following Prime Minister Narendra Modi's meeting with chief ministers....

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Former Chhattisgarh CM Ajit Jogi 'Very Critical', Doctors Start Audio ...

Jogi was admitted in Shree Narayana Hospital on May 9 after he suffered a cardiac and respiratory arrest. As per doctors, a sweet tamarind seed had got stuck in J...

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2020 Hyundai i20 N Tested On A Frozen Lake – Teaser Video

The 2020 Hyundai i20 N could get the Kia Ceed GT’s 1.6-litre turbo-petrol engine, or even a detuned version of the i30 N’s 2.0-litre mill, with a powe...

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The Best BarCode Scanners in India – Detailed Review
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Laws, legal system totally geared in favour of rich and powerful: Just...

Speaking at a virtual farewell hosted by the Supreme Court Bar Association, Justice Gupta said that the Bar “should... be totally independent and members of t...

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Covid-19 crisis: UP exempts biz from all but 3 labour laws for 3 years

State government says it will boost investment; experts term it an attack on fundamental rights

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This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Use Hand Sanitizer Every Da...

We all are using hand sanitizers much more than ever before. Proper handwashing and using sanitizer whenever washing hands is not possible, can save all of us from ...

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