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Is the world approaching a sixth mass extinction event? Scientists confirm signs!

Is the world approaching a sixth mass extinction event? Scientists confirm signs!

Authors of the study are shocked because this kind of pattern hasn't been seen before in the half billion years of the animal fossil record.

Worried about aggressive teen kids? Living near nature may help – Here’s how

Worried about aggressive teen kids? Living near nature may help – Here’s how

The findings showed that increasing greenery levels like parks, golf courses or fields, might lead to a 12 per cent decrease in clinical cases of aggressive behaviour. 

Shocking! Cancer may be contagious, says study

The basis for this shocking revelation, is a study carried out on mussels, cockles and clams, collected off the coasts of Canada and Spain, that had been infected with tumours which originated in another individual.

Bizarre: Study compares Octopuses with aliens for weird DNA!

Bizarre: Study compares Octopuses with aliens for weird DNA!

This is not the first study to single out octopuses as a rare creature. 

The more you click photos, the more you enjoy

The more you click photos, the more you enjoy

You may want to start photographing your experiences as a recent study has found that every click brings you closer to happy times.

Mice experiments show how Zika invades placenta, fetus

In one of the experiments, researchers used pregnant mice that were genetically engineered to lack the ability fight off Zika.

Ashes from supernova explosions littered Earth's ocean floor

Ashes from supernova explosions littered Earth's ocean floor

Some theories suggest cosmic rays from the supernovae could have increased cloud cover.

Chinese face growing cancer risk from dioxin

It said increasing dioxin emissions from the iron and steel and thermal power industries as well as cremation of wastes were also to blame for higher cancer risk from dioxin.

Ocean acidification already taking toll on coral reef growth

Ocean acidification already taking toll on coral reef growth

The research was conducted in a lagoon on the southern Great Barrier Reef in Australia in 2014.  

Kick-start your mornings with the divinity of 'Surya Namaskar'!

Kick-start your mornings with the divinity of 'Surya Namaskar'!

The biggest blob of energy of the universe, running the existence-- Sun, rises everyday to bless and complete the cycle of nature.

Now, an `ultrafast` processor capable of transmitting data using light

Now, an `ultrafast` processor capable of transmitting data using light

Further down the road, this research could be used in applications such as LIDAR, the light radar technology used to guide self-driving vehicles and the eyes of a robot; brain ultrasound imaging; and new environmental biosensors.

Pneumonia 'finger clip' could save thousands of lives

For example, current diagnostic tests for malaria involve just a blood finger-prick and can therefore be used to identify those carrying the malaria parasite.

Astronomers measure 'heartbeats' of distant stars

Astronomers measure 'heartbeats' of distant stars

Analysis of the Hubble data showed that the average pixel varies on a timescale of approximately 270 days. 

Low fat diets no better than high fat ones in the long-term!

For any weight-loss program what matters most is that more calories are burnt than what are consumed and towards this exercising regularly is the best option with restrained intake of food.

Earth's inner core was formed 1-1.5 billion years ago

Earth's inner core was formed 1-1.5 billion years ago

Scientists have estimated the formation of planet Earth's inner core.

Here`s how our soft palates help flu to spread

A new study has revealed how flu viruses gain the ability to spread.

Stone tools existed 800,000 years earlier than thought

Stone tools existed 800,000 years earlier than thought

Marks on two 3.4 million-year-old animal bones found at an Ethiopian site were not caused by trampling but by tools made of stone.

Mission to bring students closer to nature

 A unique initiative to help students forge a lifelong bonding with nature by growing saplings at the school nursery and creating a green canopy was launched here today, covering 1000 schools in the first phase.

Watch: Nature's unique spectacles in Minnesota and Netherlands

Nature's unique views in Minnesota and Netherlands. These are really wonderful.

Kennewick Man closely related to Native Americans

The 8,500-year-old skeleton of Kennewick Man is more closely related to the Native Americans than to any other population in the world, says recent DNA analysis by an international team of scientists.