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How smartphone batteries can last longer

At a time when scientists the world over are looking for ways to extend smartphone battery life, a new study suggests that rapid charging and draining does not damage lithium ion electrodes as much as earlier thought. The results challenge the prevailing view ... Business Standard, 12 minutes ago

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Asian monsoon's pattern started 40 million years ago, scientists find

NEW DELHI: The Asian monsoon, which brings life-giving rain to India and many other Asian countries already existed 40 million years ago, an international team of scientists has found. This has pushed back the currently estimated period of the ...
 Times of India1 hour ago India, UK Join Hand for ×Research on South Asian Monsoon  Current News India2 weeks ago Asian monsoon almost 40 million years old  Business Standard12 minutes ago

Kiwi scientists to examine intact colossal squid

A colossal squid fished up in the Ross Sea in 2007 was then the largest found anywhere in the world. Photo / File Scientists will soon examine an intact colossal squid for the first time in six years. The giant animal's life cycle and diet ...
 New Zealand Herald2 hours ago

Patients Vulnerable When Cash-Strapped Scientists Cut Corners

There's a funding crunch for biomedical research in the United States — and it's not just causing pain for scientists and universities. It's also creating incentives for researchers to cut corners — and that's affecting people who are seriously ...
 WJCT30 minutes ago

Nasa to launch giant balloon fitted with telescope to spot black holes

A giant balloon fitted with a new NASA telescope to spot black holes is set to take off this month. Scientists at the Washington University in St Louis and NASA's Columbia Scientific Balloon Facility (CSBF) in Texas will launch the balloon, inflated with high ...
 First Post.com3 hours ago NASA telescope aboard giant balloon set for take off  One India3 hours ago

Eppendorf's new epMotion 96 improves productivity and efficiency when working with 96 well plates

Eppendorf, a leading life science company that develops and sells instruments, consumables, and services for liquid-, sample-, and cell handling in laboratories worldwide, announced that its new epMotion 96 provides an ideal, time-saving solution ...
 PharmaBiz3 hours ago

ISRO Scientist Suresh Kumar Travels To The Edge Of Space

BANGALORE: A senior scientist, TN Suresh Kumar working with Indian Space Research Organization, is the first Indian to visit the stratosphere, also called the edge of space which is the second layer of the earth's atmosphere, reports Delhi daily ...
 Silicon India6 hours ago Isro scientist becomes first Indian tourist to go to edge of space  Hindustan Times4 days ago
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Device to cleanse blood

New Delhi, Sept. 14: Scientists have developed a novel blood-cleansing device that they say may in future be used to continuously remove bacteria and toxic substances from the blood of patients with sepsis, a life-threatening condition caused by bloodstream ...
 The Telegraph11 hours ago 'Halo-like- device' could soon effectively treat strokes  Sify3 weeks ago New Device Developed to Treat Strokes  Med India3 weeks ago

Aboard the Amundsen: Ship's scientists probe the future of Western Arctic

Ivan Semeniuk, The Globe's science reporter, is based on the Amundsen through September as it journeys across the Western Arctic. This is his first dispatch. It's 1 a.m. and the Beaufort Sea is frigid and dark. But on the Amundsen, a Canadian Coast ...
 Globe and Mail7 hours ago

New scientific discoveries during search for missing Malaysia Airlines plane

Sept. 14 (UPI) -- Using sonar, radar and satellite data, investigator still haven't been able to find missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. What they have found are " seamounts and volcanoes " previously not known to exist. The investigators will ...
 UPI10 hours ago
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