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Messi could be cloned using current techniques, genetic scientist claims

The footballing world may see a genetic double of the 31-year-old in the future, with scientists claiming it's a possibility with current practices
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Scientists develop robotic swarm for medical use

Chinese scientists have developed a robotic system inspired by a colony of ants that can collectively achieve complex tasks like gathering large prey.
Sify - Published

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How Bees Can Tell Us How Dirty Our Air Is [Video]How Bees Can Tell Us How Dirty Our Air Is

A new study shows bees could help scientists understand urban pollution.

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Asteroid Bennu Already Providing NASA Scientists With Unexpected Findings [Video]Asteroid Bennu Already Providing NASA Scientists With Unexpected Findings

According to a report by Digital Trends, NASA's mission to collect a sample from asteroid Bennu and return it to Earth will provide valuable information about the early solar system, but has already..

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Scientists Reveal How Colorful Male Fish Get Their Color [Video]Scientists Reveal How Colorful Male Fish Get Their Color

Scientists recently revealed how some especially vivid male fish get their splendid colors.

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Dead Trigger Movie - Dolph Lundgren [Video]Dead Trigger Movie - Dolph Lundgren

Dead Trigger Movie trailer HD https://teaser-trailer.com/movie/dead-trigger/ Plot synopsis: Set in a world where a mysterious virus has killed billions and turned many others into bloodthirsty zombies...

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Shaking Aspen Leaves Could Extend Life of Future Mars Rovers [Video]Shaking Aspen Leaves Could Extend Life of Future Mars Rovers

Tech on Mars apparently needs some help from Mother Nature. Scientists are using aspen leaf motion as inspiration for a backup power source for rovers.

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Scientists Develop World's First 'Walkie Talkie' for Bees and Fish [Video]Scientists Develop World's First 'Walkie Talkie' for Bees and Fish

No, you didn't read that wrong and the discovery is pretty amazing. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

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Great Lakes cause extreme weather [Video]Great Lakes cause extreme weather

The Great Lakes region is warming faster than the rest of the U.S., a trend likely to bring more extreme storms while also degrading water quality, worsening erosion and posing tougher challenges for..

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Scientists Say Climate Change Led To Midwest Flooding [Video]Scientists Say Climate Change Led To Midwest Flooding

Reuters reports scientists said Thursday that climate change was a leading cause of the deadly floods in the U.S. upper Midwest.

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Jupiter's Moon Might Have An Oceanic Jet Stream Like Our Gulf Stream [Video]Jupiter's Moon Might Have An Oceanic Jet Stream Like Our Gulf Stream

French scientists think Jupiter’s pesky magnetic field might be making waves, literally, in Europa’s subsurface ocean.

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The Most Dangerous Year - Trans Rights Documentary movie trailer [Video]The Most Dangerous Year - Trans Rights Documentary movie trailer

The Most Dangerous Year Documentary movie trailer HD - In early 2016, when a dark wave of anti-transgender “bathroom bills” began sweeping across the nation, The Human Rights Campaign published a..

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Scientists Made Bees And Fish 'Talk' To Each Other Using Robots [Video]Scientists Made Bees And Fish 'Talk' To Each Other Using Robots

Scientists develop a new interface for fish and bees to "talk" to each other.

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Scientists Document Exact Facial Mimicry In World's Smallest Bears [Video]Scientists Document Exact Facial Mimicry In World's Smallest Bears

Scientists have documented exact facial mimicry in the world’s smallest bears.

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New study links exposure to algal blooms to neurotoxin BMAA [Video]New study links exposure to algal blooms to neurotoxin BMAA

After years of research, scientists and doctors out of the University of Miami say high levels of a neurotoxin, BMAA, has been found in deceased dolphins off the coast of Florida that were exposed to..

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Report: US Needs New Strategy to Deal With North Korea Nukes [Video]Report: US Needs New Strategy to Deal With North Korea Nukes

A new report says the Trump administration shouldn't focus on forcing North Korea to immediately disarm its nuclear weapons program.

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Alzheimer's Symptoms Reversed by Compounds Found in Green Tea and Carrots [Video]Alzheimer's Symptoms Reversed by Compounds Found in Green Tea and Carrots

According to the Alzheimer's Association, an estimated 5.8 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer's disease. Scientists have spent years looking, but so far there is no cure. However, new research..

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NASA’s Thinking About Sending a Tiny Satellite to the Massive Asteroid Pallas [Video]NASA’s Thinking About Sending a Tiny Satellite to the Massive Asteroid Pallas

Out there in the asteroid belt is a monster asteroid called Pallas, and NASA is thinking about sending a satellite the size of a mini-fridge out there to check it out.

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A Mysterious Seismic Event that Shook Earth May Have Just Been Solved [Video]A Mysterious Seismic Event that Shook Earth May Have Just Been Solved

Remember those mysterious seismic waves that were picked up around the world last November? Scientists may have finally figure out what caused it.

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Scientists have created a 'venom chilli sauce' [Video]Scientists have created a 'venom chilli sauce'

Scientists have created a 'venom chilli sauce' A group of scientists have decided to create a hot sauce that feels venomous: and it apparently gives the same feeling as a spider bite! Experts at..

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Bears Really Do Communicate With Each Other [Video]Bears Really Do Communicate With Each Other

These bears are communicating at a much higher level than scientists previously thought! Keri Lumm reports.

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Ocean circulation patterns foretold abrupt climate change by four centuries [Video]Ocean circulation patterns foretold abrupt climate change by four centuries

A new study has provided insight into how quickly changes in Atlantic Ocean circulation could affect major climate changes.

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Changes in ocean conveyor belt foretold major climate shifts [Video]Changes in ocean conveyor belt foretold major climate shifts

NEW YORK — In the Atlantic Ocean, a giant 'conveyor belt' carries warm waters from the tropics into the North Atlantic, where they cool and sink and then return south to the deep ocean. Ocean..

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Prosecutor Describes Efforts By Bayer's Monsanto To Influence Scientists & Regulators [Video]Prosecutor Describes Efforts By Bayer's Monsanto To Influence Scientists & Regulators

According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, a lawyer for a man suing Bayer's Monsanto after developing cancer, told a jury about the company's alleged efforts to influence scientists and..

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Scientists have developed organ-like robots based on biological cells [Video]Scientists have developed organ-like robots based on biological cells

Scientists have developed 'single cell' robots that can work together to perform complex tasks - like organs. The robots are made up of computationally simple parts which, like cells..

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Scientists grow bacon on blades of grass [Video]Scientists grow bacon on blades of grass

A team of researchers from the University of Bath have developed bacon fibers using pig stem cells and blades of grass, reports the BBC.

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Artificial meat: Scientists make bacon on blades of grass [Video]Artificial meat: Scientists make bacon on blades of grass

BATH, ENGLAND — A team of researchers from the University of Bath have developed bacon fibers using pig stem cells and blades of grass, reports the BBC. First, they take a tissue sample from a pig..

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Climate change's fingerprints are on U.S. Midwest floods: scientists

Climate change played a hand in the deadly floods in the U.S. upper Midwest that have damaged crops and drowned livestock, scientists said on Thursday, while a Trump administration official said more..
Reuters India - Published

U.S. jury hears more evidence as second phase of Roundup cancer trial begins

A lawyer for a man who sued Bayer AG unit Monsanto after developing cancer on Wednesday told a jury about the company's alleged efforts to influence scientists and regulators, a day after the jury..
Reuters India - Published

Study finds key details about 'punch drunk syndrome' and Alzheimer's

Scientists studying damaged brains of boxers and other sports people have found key details about a head injury-linked disease called "punch drunk syndrome" that could help the development of new..
Reuters India - Published

NASA probe finds water-bearing minerals on Bennu

A team of scientists from NASA have discovered the evidence of abundant water-bearing minerals on the surface of the near-Earth asteroid Bennu.
Sify - Published

China clones 'Sherlock Holmes' police dog to cut training times - state media

Scientists in southwest China's Yunnan province have cloned what they called the "Sherlock Holmes of police dogs" in a programme they hope will help cut training times and costs for police dogs, state..
Reuters India - Published

How silence can unlock the power of spiritual gene

Modern scientists are intrigued by the connection between leadership and spirituality and they are resorting to facts found only in the ancient texts of India.
DNA - Published

Daily cannabis and skunk users run higher psychosis risk

People who use cannabis every day run a significantly higher risk of developing the serious mental illness psychosis, especially if they use more potent forms of the drug, such as skunk, scientists..
Reuters India - Published

Corrected - Special Report: Online activists are silencing us, scientists say

(This 13th March story has been refilled to edit 31st paragraph to remove reference to website)
Reuters India - Published

131 CAs debunk allegations of economists over poor economic growth numbers

As many as 131 chartered accountants Monday stressed that India is poised to move on a higher growth trajectory and countered the concerns expressed by some economists and social scientists that..
DNA - Published

Govt committed to maintain credibility of statistical organisations; NSSO employment data to be released by month-end: Official

The senior government official's comments come against the backdrop of as many as 108 economists and social scientists alleged "political interference" in statistical data
Firstpost - Published Also reported by •IndiaTimes

NASA's rover mission to Mars explored edges of ancient Martian sea, say scientists

Nearly half a century ago the Mariner 9 spacecraft returned images of some of the largest channels in the Solar System.
DNA - Published

16 scientists, 30 others saved after ship catches fire

"I was serving food at a get-together around 8.15pm.Suddenly we saw a huge fire in the forward area in the accommodation space of the vessel and thought the end had come.Everyone rushed to a safer..
IndiaTimes - Published

Research ship catches fire, 16 scientists, 30 others saved

"I was serving food at a get-together around 8.15pm.Suddenly we saw a huge fire in the forward area in the accommodation space of the vessel and thought the end had come.Everyone rushed to a safer..
IndiaTimes - Published

Is Modi govt hiding bad data?

108 economists, social scientists said it was imperative that agencies like CSO and NSSO are not subject to political interference.
Rediff.com - Published

Fire on research ship off Karnataka coast; 30 crew members, 16 scientists rescued

A fire broke out on a marine research vessel off Karnataka's New Mangalore coast, following which 30 crew members and 16 scientists were rescued by the coast guard, an official said Saturday.
IndiaTimes - Published Also reported by •DNA

Indian Coast Guards douse major fire on research vessel off Mangaluru coast; rescue 30 crew members, 16 scientists

Two Indian Coast Guard ships doused a major fire on board a ship, carrying around 30 crew members and 16 scientists late last night off the Mangaluru coast in Karnataka.
Firstpost - Published

Congress says Narendra Modi govt hurt India's global reputation after economists express concern over 'political interference' in institutions

Nobody has hurt India's global reputation and credibility more than the Modi government, the Congress alleged on Friday after over 100 economists and social scientists expressed concerns over..
Firstpost - Published

What happened to our women scientists?

More women than men enrol for masters, but only a few go on to pursue careers in science. As a growing economy with global ambitions, India needs to level its playing field, and fast.
Firstpost - Published

Indian statistics undermined by political interference, academics say

More than 100 economists and social scientists have alleged that the Indian government is interfering with the country's statistics-gathering agencies, putting their work "under a cloud".
Reuters India - Published

Modi stopping truth about his 'criminal failure' on employment from becoming public: Rahul Gandhi

"NoMo trying to stop the truth about his criminal failure on employment from becoming public," Gandhi tweeted, tagging a media report on the appeal made by the economists and social scientists.
IndiaTimes - Published

108 economists, social scientists from across the world concerned over 'political interference' in statistical data in India

The experts also called for impressing upon the government authorities, current and future, and at all levels, to restore access and integrity to public statistics,
Firstpost - Published

'Parties should take note of concerns over data'

As many as 108 economists and social scientists from across the world have appealed to all professional economists, statisticians and independent researchers to come together to raise their voice..
IndiaTimes - Published

Experts call for halt to gene editing that results in 'designer babies'

By Julie Steenhuysen CHICAGO (Reuters) - Top scientists and ethicists from seven countries on Wednesday called for a global moratorium on gene editing of human eggs, sperm or embryos that would result..
Firstpost - Published Also reported by •Reuters India

Kerala lynching case: National Commission for Minorities raises concern

...the rise violence is a reflection of lawlessness and loss of moral quotient in the society and the recent trend has baffled social scientists, says George Kurian
DNA - Published

Fresh iceberg ruptures in Chile's Patagonia raise alarm

By Fabian Cambero SANTIAGO (Reuters) - Two new icebergs have broken off the Grey Glacier in Chile's Patagonia in recent weeks, amid fears that such ruptures are becoming more frequent, scientists told..
Firstpost - Published Also reported by •Reuters India

'Combat drugs' to reduce terror attack casualties

With 90 per cent of gravely wounded security personnel succumbing to injuries within a few hours, DRDO's medical laboratory has come up with a range of 'combat casualty drugs' that can extend the..
IndiaTimes - Published

Indian defence lab develops 'combat drugs' to reduce casualties in Pulwama type attacks, warfare

With 90 per cent of gravely wounded security personnel succumbing to injuries within a few hours, DRDO's medical laboratory has come up with a range of 'combat casualty drugs' that can extend the..
IndiaTimes - Published

NASA orbiter spots water molecules moving around on Moon

Up until the last decade, scientists thought the Moon was arid, with any water existing mainly as pockets of ice in permanently shaded craters near the poles.
Zee News - Published

Hungarian scientists fear for academic freedom with new government interference

Staff members of the historic Hungarian Academy of Sciences said their academic freedom has been threatened by a new deal giving the nationalist government influence over its research institutions.
Reuters India - Published

UK, Japan scientists study radioactive Fukushima particles

By Reuters Staff OXFORD, England (Reuters) - Eight years after the Fukushima nuclear meltdown in Japan, radioactive particles collected from the site are undergoing new forensic investigation in..
Firstpost - Published Also reported by •Reuters India

Female scientists get smaller first-time grants than men

(Reuters Health) - Women in science receive smaller research grants than men even when they have similar qualifications, a U.S. study suggests.
Reuters India - Published

Russian scientists to make metro tunnels more reliable

[Russia], Mar 4 (ANI): A new study by the National University of Science and Technology MISiS has identified the key factors contributing to the disintegration of underground structures, like metros.
Sify - Published

Isro launches programme for young scientists


IndiaTimes - Published

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