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Over the years, we all have heard a lot about artificial photosynthesis. Through decades, scientists have been trying to figure out the way to formulate artificial photosynthesis process. But no one was successful until today when  University of Central…

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This is not for the first time, that NASA is trying to create something that can help them to grow crops and vegetables on space. Once again, scientists from NASA have set ahead a new mission to design a prototype that will be able to produce crops on…

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Recently, in a photo sent by Cassini Telescope to NASA, it became very evident that Earth seems like a bright speck from within the Saturn’s Rings. Earth appeared as a small point like a ball from such distance. Cassini Telescope was 870 million miles or…

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For the first time in last 14 years, An Astronaut and a cosmonaut are launched in International Space Station through Russian Soyuz. It is a new thing in last two decades. They are planned to stay there for 5 consecutive months on International Space…

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Diabetes has strike American Kids now and Doctors really don’t know the real cause behind it. Diabetes which was claimed to happen in adults above the age of 40, is not seriously harming the childhood of American kids. A recent study on Diabetes diagnosis…

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Recently a married in the US visited the IVF treatment clinical centre to conceive their baby. After numerous attempt, the couple were not able to conceive naturally. They reported that they met each other in college and since then they have been in love…

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Researchers have never stopped looking for more dwarf planets, even when Pluto’s planetary status is endangered. Scientists were even successful in finding out new planets and named them as Sedna, Makeman and Erik. DeeDee is the newest of its kind and…

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Scientists claim to have captured the first ever image of dark matters that every astronomer so have tried to detect. Is this for real? The pictures also disclose some unobservable facts. Scientists are of the opinion that all these images are the…

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According to the study published Thursday in the journal Cell researchers have found out that gene CRY1 is key to determining a person’s sleep or wake. We wake up in the morning and sleep at night this is our everyday chore but some people have an…
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