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Earth may have ‘hairy’ dark matter, says NASA

Earth may have ‘hairy’ dark matter, says NASA

Dark matter is an invisible, mysterious substance that makes up about 27 percent of all matter and energy in the universe.

Thanks to the squid, soldiers may now be invisible

Ancient organisms like squids, cephalopods, octopus and cuttlefish could hold the key to making soldiers of the future invisible, US scientists say.

Watch: Invisible Emraan, bold Amyra in 'Mr X' title track!

Watch: Invisible Emraan, bold Amyra in 'Mr X' title track!

B-Town's famous serial kisser, Emraan Hashmi is ready to entice the audiences with his yet another Bhatt camp venture titled 'Mr X'. This 3D sci-fi project stars Amyra Dastur in the lead opposite Emraan.

U2 to premiere new charity single during Super Bowl

U2 will premiere their new single `Invisible` during Super Bowl XLVIII on February 2.

Gifted children might be invisible in class: Study

A study says the exceptionally smart are often the invisible in a classroom and miss teacher input and external motivation.

Beyonce wants to be invisible

R&B star Beyonce would love to have the superpower of "invisibility" so she can spy on people without being noticed.

Emraan Hashmi-Mahesh Bhatt reunite for `Invisible`

‘Invisible’ is the film that Mahesh Bhatt and Mukesh Bhatt`s most successful protege Emraan Hashmi will star in, thereby ending media speculation that the actor has been in two minds about doing a project for the banner that kick-started his career.

`Invisible` hearing aid makes UK debut

The 16-mm-long device can be worn for 24 hours up to four months at a time.

`Invisible` hearing aid makes UK debut

The 16-mm-long device can be worn for 24 hours up to four months at a time.

Soon, camera that makes seeing the `invisible` possible

Researchers developed a handheld camera to non-intrusively peek inside structures in real time.

Soon, camera that makes seeing the `invisible` possible

Researchers developed a handheld camera to non-intrusively peek inside structures in real time.

Coming soon: camera that ‘sees the invisible’

Chemists are developing a camera that has the ability to see the invisible.

New camera uses microwave signals to bring “invisible” into view

A group of researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology in the US has developed a handheld camera that uses microwave signals to non-destructively peek inside materials and structures in real time.

New camera uses microwave signals to bring “invisible” into view

A group of researchers at Missouri University of Science and Technology in the US has developed a handheld camera that uses microwave signals to non-destructively peek inside materials and structures in real time.