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NASA's Discovery Of Seven New Planets Is Being Discussed On Twitter And It's A Bit Too Funny For The Scientists
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hat three of could be habitalble meaning they could host liquid water. The discovery of the star system named Trappist-1 that houses these seven planets could be the biggest breakthrough in proving that there's life beyond our planet Earth. While the news ... Daily Bhaskar, 3 hours ago
Seven Earth-like planets discovered MSN India, 1 day ago

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PSLV can even launch 400 nano satellites: G Madhavan Nair

Noted space scientist G Madhavan Nair today said ISRO's feat of launch of 104 satellites in one go was achieved by proven technology, and the rocket has the capability to launch even 400 nano spacecraft. "This is no new technology. We (Indian Space Research ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Launching 103 satellites in single mission no big deal: Nair  Business Standard1 month ago

Scientists develop app that measures quality of railway ride; records vibration data

Scientists have developed a new app that can allow railway passengers to measure ride comfort using their smartphones, and record vibration data from a running train to detect track faults and indicate which sections are in need of maintenance. The post ...
 Tech21 week ago Now, smartphone app to measure railway ride quality  Business Standard1 week ago

The Fake News Epidemic

'So potent is the menace of false news that scientists have now devised a psychological vaccine to target it,' says Veena Sandhu.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/ A phrase that reflects a worrisome reality has beaten other contenders to be chosen the 2016 Word of the Year by the Australian Macquarie Dictionary. A post on the dictionary's Twitter handle, @MacqDictionary, read: 'We are proud to have "fake news" as our committee's Word of the Year.' That is an odd choice of words for a term ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago Now, a 'vaccine' against fake news  Rediff.com1 month ago Now, 'vaccine' to help immunise people against fake news  Business Standard1 month ago

In a first, scientists discover banned toxic chemicals in deepest reaches of ocean

New Delhi: High levels of human-made pollutants, including chemicals that were banned in the 1970s, have been found lingering in the tissues of marine creatures that dwell in the deepest oceans of the Earth.
 Zee News1 week ago

PIO Muslim scientist detained in US, forced to unlock phone

An Indian-origin Muslim National Aeronautics and Space Administration scientist has said he was detained and forced to unlock his PIN-protected work phone at the United States border by custom officials. Sidd Bikkannavar, 35, said in a post on social media that US Customs and Border Protection officers wanted his cell phone and password -- before they would let him through at Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport. ‘On my way home to the US last weekend, I was detained by ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago US-born Muslim NASA scientist detained, forced to unlock phone  Deccan Herald1 week ago

Smart power grid technology may be prone to hacking: study

Smart grid technology - such as management systems in power plants - may be prone to hacking, say scientists who delved into "nightmare" scenarios where hackers exploit security weaknesses and execute a disruptive plan of cyberattacks. Reliability measures of ...
 Business Standard1 week ago

Metallic hydrogen, once theory, becomes a reality!

Nearly a century after it was theorised, Harvard scientists claim to have succeeded in creating the rarest and potentially one of the most valuable materials on the planet -- atomic metallic hydrogen. In addition to helping scientists answer fundamental questions about the nature of matter, the material is theorised to have a wide range of applications, including as a room-temperature superconductor. "This is the holy grail of high-pressure physics," said Professor Isaac Silvera from Harvard ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago A new material, metallic hydrogen, could be the superconductor of the future  DNA4 weeks ago U.S. scientists create metallic hydrogen, a possible superconductor, ending quest  Reuters4 weeks ago US scientists create metallic hydrogen, a possible superconductor, ending quest  Himalayan times4 weeks ago

New method to predict blood clot risk in heart patients

Scientists, including one of Indian origin, have discovered a new method to predict people at risk of developing blood clots in the heart, by using a supercomputer to create patient-specific models of the organ. The critical factor is the degree to which the ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Blood test may predict survival outcome in Ebola patients  Business Standard1 month ago

World's oldest emoji discovered

Scientists have found what they believe is the world's oldest emoji - a smiley face scrawled in a legal document dating back to 1635. A lawyer reviewing municipal account documents in a village next to the Strazov Mountains of Slovakia, signed his go-ahead by ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago World's oldest water found, may hold clues to alien life  Rediff.com2 months ago
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