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New tree-climbing crab species found

Scientists have discovered a new species of tiny terrestrial crabs in Hong Kong that can climb trees. The new species named Haberma tingkok have been placed in a small genus, which contains merely three members. All specimens of the species were collected at ... Business Standard, 7 hours ago

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'Internet of Things, cloud computing hold the future'

Union government's efforts to promote information, science and technology should be appreciated and professionals should utilise the opportunities offered by the Centre, Computer Society of India (CSI) president Anirban Basu said. Basu inaugurated an ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago
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Heard of the new repairable bullet-proof armour?

Scientists have developed a new transparent bullet-proof armour that is lighter in weight and can easily be repaired on the field. Thermoplastic elastomers are soft, rubbery polymers converted by physical means, rather than a chemical process, to a solid. The solidification is reversible and enables damaged armor surfaces to be repaired 'on-the-fly' in the field. "Heating the material above the softening point, around 100 degrees Celsius, melts the small crystallites, enabling the fracture ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago Light, reparable bullet-proof armour developed  Business Standard1 week ago Origami shield that can block bullets developed  Business Standard1 month ago

Smoking marijuana may up stroke, heart failure risk

Smoking marijuana may significantly raise the risk of stroke and heart failure, scientists including one of Indian origin have found. While previous marijuana research has focused mostly on pulmonary and psychiatric complications, the new study is one of only ...
 Business Standard1 week ago New computer method to predict time of body clock  Business Standard3 weeks ago New method to predict blood clot risk in heart patients  Business Standard1 month ago
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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

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 Bhaskar3 weeks ago People Want To Move To The Newly Found Planets To Escape Donald Trump  Huffington Post4 weeks ago Seven Earth-like planets discovered  MSN India4 weeks ago The moon may become a planet  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Pune scientists discover three new microbes that thrive on your filthy smartphones

The two bacteria have named Lysinbacillus telephonicus and Microbacterium telephonicum and the new species of fungi is named Pyrenochaeta telephoni. The post Pune scientists discover three new microbes that thrive on your filthy smartphones appeared first on ...
 Tech22 weeks ago Pune scientists discover new germs on cell phones  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Car Tires Can be Made From Waste Tomatoes and Eggs: Research

Future automobile tires could come from the farm as much as the factory, thanks to a new way developed by scientists to convert waste tomato peels and eggshells into petroleum-based filler for sustainable rubber. Researchers at The Ohio State University in ...
 Asia Net India2 weeks ago 'Waste tomatoes can be used to make car tires'  Business Standard2 weeks ago Car tires made from trees, grasses in the offing  Business Standard1 month ago Turning food waste into tires  Science Daily2 weeks ago

New low-cost 'nanodote' can neutralise snake venom

Scientists have developed a 'nanodote' - a low-cost, molecular gel to counter deadly snake bites more effectively than existing anti-venoms, an advance that may save thousands of lives in rural parts of India.
 DNA2 weeks ago Low-cost "lab on a chip" to detect cancer developed  Business Standard1 month ago
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Mind-reading system can correct robot's errors in real time

Scientists have developed a new brain-computer interface that can read a person's thoughts in real time to correct a robot's errors, an advance that may lead to safer self driving cars. Most existing brain-computer interface (BCI) require people to train with ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago New mind-reading system can correct robot's errors  Business Standard2 weeks ago This mind-reading system can correct a robot's error!  DNA2 weeks ago Brain-computer interface lets paralysed people communicate  Business Standard1 month ago
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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 month ago Now, smartphone app to measure railway ride quality  Business Standard1 month ago
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