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Frequent flyers rejoice: Scientists design way to treat jet lag and other sleeping disorders
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Frequent flyers rejoice: Scientists design way to treat jet la...

Scientists have designed new molecules which can modify the sleep/wake cycle, Paving the way for improved treatments for jet lag and sleep disorders. The post Frequent flyers rejoice: Scientists design way to treat jet lag and other sleeping disorders ... First Post.com, 52 minutes ago
Scientists devise a new method to deal with jet lag Times of India, 52 minutes ago

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New gatekeeper for light discovered

Scientists have known that periodic materials have special qualities when it comes to light. (PTI) Scientists have discovered a way to manipulate light, which could lead to a device that is selectively transparent to various wavelengths at one ...
 Financial Express2 hours ago Scientists discover new gatekeeper for light  Economic Times3 hours ago
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One-third of Barrier Reef corals are dead or dying — scientists

, by the Catlin Seaview Survey shows Australian scientists mapping the iconic Great Barrier Reef with a custom-built underwater camera. Scientists said on May 30, 2016, that about 35 percent of the 2,300-kilometer long reef are dead or dying due to ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer8 hours ago Many corals dead or dying on Barrier Reef: scientists  Breitbart.com10 hours ago
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Silicon Republic

Dozens of budding scientists celebrated at Trinity Walton Club

Alpha One Group, awarded the Trinity Walton Club Perpetual Trophy, winners of the Alpha Group League, via Paul Sharp An event to celebrate Ireland's future scientists and their array of new ideas saw 71 secondary students descend on Trinity ...
 Silicon Republic10 minutes ago
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57 years later, mercury at Grassy Narrows must be cleaned up, new report says

Evidence points to new sources of contamination of fish and water, research scientist John Rudd says It is feasible to clean up some of the decades-old mercury contamination in Ontario's English-Wabigoon River system near Grassy Narrows First ...
 CBC1 hour ago
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New critically endangered silver boa discovered by scientists in a remote corner of the Bahamas

Dr. Graham Reynolds from the University of North Carolina Asheville led a team of researchers into the Bahamian Archipelago only to discover a new species of boa in the remote Conception Island Bank. The new species of non-venomous boid snake has ...
 International Business Times Australia3 hours ago Silver Boa: Scientists Discover New Snake Species in Bahamas  Sci-News.com18 hours ago
International Business Times India

'Pakistan can launch nuclear attack on Delhi in 5 minutes,' says disgraced Pak nuclear scientist AQ Khan

Pakistan is capable of launching a nuclear attack on New Delhi in five minutes, Dr AQ Khan, father of Pakistan's nuclear programme who was disgraced for proliferation, said on Saturday. He also said that Pakistan could have become a nuclear power in ...
 International Business Times India4 hours ago Pakistan can target New Delhi from Kahuta in 5 minutes: nuclear scientist  Deccan Chronicle1 day ago 'Pakistan had ability to conduct nuclear test in 1984'  Sify1 day ago Pakistan can target Delhi from Kahuta in 5 minutes  catchnews.com1 day ago
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Washington Post

Scientists find 35 percent coral death in parts of the Great Barrier Reef

We knew this was coming. For months, coral reef experts have been loudly, and sometimes mournfully , announcing that much of the treasured Great Barrier Reef has been hit by severe coral bleaching, thanks to abnormally warm ocean waters. ...
 Washington Post8 hours ago Scientists estimate 35 percent of coral has died in parts of Great Barrier Reef  Washington Post14 hours ago A whole new ballgame: Scientists find 35 percent coral death in parts of the Great Barrier Reef  EnvironmentGuru.com8 hours ago Coal spill may harm Australia's Great Barrier Reef: study  Asian Age1 week ago
Times of India

Scientists develop world's fastest circuits to drive Internet of Things

WASHINGTON: Scientists have created the world's fastest stretchable, wearable integrated circuits, an advance that could drive the Internet of Things and lead to a much more connected, high-speed wireless planet. The platform developed by University ...
 Times of India5 hours ago Scientists create world's fastest wearable circuits to revolutionise Internet of Things - The Indian Express  Drag Plus1 day ago Scientists create world's fastest stretchable, wearable integrated circuit  Deccan Chronicle1 day ago
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Two years of Narendra Modi government: More hits than misses in support to science

New Delhi: Is the glass of science half-full or half empty by way of support for science and technology related activities in the first two years of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi government? Half full would be a more appropriate phrase but holes due to a ...
 Sify6 hours ago
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