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Scientists discover inhibitor to treat Sepsis: Study


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AI system can predict treatment effectiveness

Scientists have developed a new artificial intelligence (AI) technology that can compare different treatments and identify the most suitable alternative for a patient. Traditionally, the..
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China's China's "Artificial Sun"hotter than the Sun  01:14

CHINA — China's artificial sun is hotter than THE ACTUAL SUN. Researchers from China's Hefei Institutes of Physical Science reported its fusion reactor has reached 100 million degrees celsius in..

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China's China's "artificial sun" marks development in nuclear fusion  01:00

Researchers from China's Hefei Institutes of Physical Science reported its fusion reactor reached 100 million degrees Celsius, over six times the temperature of the sun's core.

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Scientists Say Overflowing Lakes May Have Carved Martian Canyons [Video]Scientists Say Overflowing Lakes May Have Carved Martian Canyons  00:47

Scientists say overflowing lakes may have led to the creation of canyons on Mars.

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Cold snaps play small role in combating red tide, scientists say [Video]Cold snaps play small role in combating red tide, scientists say  01:52

The toxic red tide plaguing more than 150 miles of Florida coastline is a disaster that just won’t go away.

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Scientists Vote To Redefine The Kilogram [Video]Scientists Vote To Redefine The Kilogram  00:51

The mass of a kilogram has been unchanged since 1889.

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Scientists Vote to Redefine The Kilogram [Video]Scientists Vote to Redefine The Kilogram  00:50

The mass of a kilogram has been unchanged since 1889.

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NASA's Juno Mission unveils stunning image of Jupiter's moon lo rising

NASA has unveiled a stunning image of Jupiter's moon Io rising off the gas giant's horizon, captured by the Juno spacecraft. Slightly larger than Earth's moon, Io is the most volcanically active..
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Scientists make robots more expressive

Japanese scientists have found way to make faces of human-like robots more expressive, paving the way for machines to show a greater range of emotions, and ultimately have deeper interaction with..
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Isro’s GSAT-29 reaches its final orbit

Three days after GSLV-MkIII lifted off with GSAT-29, the heaviest satellite to be launched from Indian soil, Indian Space Research Organisation (Isro) scientists moved the throughput communication..
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How much does a kilogram weigh? Depends on your 'Planck constant'

It may not change how you buy bananas, but scientists have voted to redefine the value of a kilogram, in what they called a landmark decision that will boost the accuracy of scientific measurements.
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Shrinking Swiss glacier gets a climate-change postcard

Switzerland's Aletsch glacier is western Europe's largest expanse of ice, but Swiss scientists say it's receding at an unprecedented pace, losing up to 12 metres (13 yards) of ice a year.
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North Korea tests 'ultramodern tactical weapon', Kim Jong- Un makes inspection

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has overseen the testing of a "newly developed ultramodern tactical weapon", Pyongyang's state media reported Friday, in a move that will raise the temperature over..
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Trusted interactions critical to growth and innovation for enterprises and governments: Forcepoint

Forcepoint has launched its 2019 Forcepoint Cybersecurity Predictions Report, with security specialists, behavioural intelligence researchers and data scientists providing guidance on the sophisticated..
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Arecibo Message: Google Doodle celebrates 44th anniversary of the first interstellar message by humans; All you need to know

Google is celebrating the 44th anniversary of the Arecibo message with its Google Doodle. It was the first message that humans sent out in the space. According to the details, it was the first attempt..
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Scientists using US intel pic to restore Ganga


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Indian scientists using declassified US military intel images to reconstruct Ganga river basin of the past


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'Super-Earth' discovered orbiting Sun's nearest single star

Astronomers have discovered a frozen planet with a mass over three times that of the Earth, orbiting the closest solitary star to the Sun. The potentially rocky planet, known as Barnard's star b, is..
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'Massive meteorite impact crater discovered in Greenland'

Scientists have discovered a 31-kilometre wide meteorite impact crater buried beneath the ice-sheet in the northern Greenland. This is the first time that a crater of any size has been found under one..
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NASA to invite designs for AI lunar robot

NASA is planning to launch a challenge for the public and scientific community to design a self-assembling robot with artificial intelligence that can explore the surface of the Moon, William Harris,..
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Scientists develop new way to boost mobile battery life up to 60%

Computer scientists at Aston University in Birmingham UK have developed a new way to drastically improve battery-life of mobile devices as much as 60 percent. The new research journal ‘Transactions..
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UNESCO MGIEP Conducts a High-level Policy Forum as a Prelude to TECH 2018

unesco mgiep conducts a high-level policy forum as a prelude to tech 2018
*UNESCO MGIEP* (Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development) in association with Government of Andhra Pradesh conducted a High-level Policy Forum on 14th November 2018...
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California wildfire: Death toll rises to 56, over 130 still missing

National Guard troops joined the grim search on Wednesday for more victims in the ruins of an incinerated northern California town while the death toll climbed to 56 in the most deadly and destructive..
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GSLV-MKIII-D2 blasts off, decks clear for Chandrayaan-2

India's heaviest rocket, GSLV-MKIII-D2, successfully launched a 3,423-kilogram communication satellite GSAT-29 into orbit on Wednesday after blasting off from the Sriharikota spaceport. The satellite..
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Massive 'ghost' galaxy spotted hiding next to Milky Way

A massive but extremely faint galaxy has been discovered hiding near the Milky Way by scientists trawling through data from the European Space Agency's Gaia satellite. Despite its size, the galaxy has..
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