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Electric eels can jump; 200-year-old theory proved right! – Watch video

Electric eels can jump; 200-year-old theory proved right! – Watch video

A new revelation has come to the fore that can make their defensive actions sound a lot more scarier than people thought.

Former Vanderbilt football player convicted of raping unconscious woman

Former Vanderbilt football player convicted of raping unconscious woman

A former Vanderbilt University football player was found guilty on Friday of raping an unconscious female student in a dorm room three years ago.

US sports broadcaster Erin Andrews tells of shock after nude video posted

US sports broadcaster Erin Andrews tells of shock after nude video posted

Andrews, who also has appeared on the "Dancing With the Stars" television show.

World's first artificial kidney built using microchip - Watch how the device works!

The device may in the near future help kidney patients avoid dialysis.

Early ecosystems were more complex than previously believed

Early ecosystems were more complex than previously believed

Using a computer modelling approach called computational fluid dynamics, they were able to show that Tribrachidium fed by collecting particles suspended in water.  

Musicians not only hear in tune, they also have 'tuney-vision'

Musicians not only hear in tune, they also have 'tuney-vision'

Musicians don't just hear in tune, they also see in tune, according to a new research.

Scientists identify reset button for circadian clock

Scientists have found the new reset button for our circadian clock, which could open lot of treatment options for seasonal affective disorder, adverse health effects of working the night shift, or even cure jet lag.

Fast & furious! These stars escaping our galaxy

Astronomers have discovered a new class of `hypervelocity stars` - solitary stars moving fast enough to escape the gravitational grasp of the Milky Way galaxy.

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.

Soon, cell phones that recharge themselves in seconds

Scientists have designed a novel super-capacitor that could help develop cell phones that recharge themselves in seconds and work for weeks.

Soon, cell phones that recharge themselves in seconds

Scientists have designed a novel super-capacitor that could help develop cell phones that recharge themselves in seconds and work for weeks.

Soon, mobiles that can charge in seconds and work for weeks

Researchers have invented a novel supercapacitor design which raised the possibilities of developing solar cells that produce electricity 24 by 7, not just when the sun is shining and mobile phones with built-in power cells that recharge in seconds and work for weeks between charges.

Brain damage `very common` after intensive care: Study

Many people hospitalized in intensive care for conditions like a heart attack face lasting mental deficits similar to traumatic brain injury.

Now, track gunfire with your smartphone

Researchers have developed a new device which helps users track gunfire with their smartphones, popping a map of the neighbourhood on its screen pointing in the direction the shot came from.

New programming process lets cochlear implant users hear better

Cochlear implants provide hearing restoration to people with severe-to-profound hearing loss.

`Large lunch and small dinner` key to slim body

Researchers have claimed that if a person wants to keep his body slim then his lunch should be the biggest meal of the day while dinner should be the lightest.

Spinach nearly triples efficiency of solar cells

Spinach, which has been made popular for its energy-boosting powers by Popeye the Sailor Man, could be placed into solar panels to create a much greater supply of electricity, researchers say.