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Martian gems could point to evidence of life

Martian gems could point to evidence of life

Valles Marineris, Mars. Credit: NASA Scientists have discovered for the first time direct physical evidence of the existence of opals on Mars. The traces of the precious stone, which were found in a Martian meteorite, could help future ..., 6 hours ago

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Dr Harsh Vardhan Inspires IIT Students to Embrace the Yoga LifeSays-“Yoga is Necessary to Achieve Complete Health –Physical, Mental, Social”

The Union Minister for Science and Technology and Earth Sciences, Dr Harsh Vardhan, appealed to the country’s youth to embrace the “Yoga life” for ensuring themselves a lifetime of mental and physical fitness. Addressing students of Indian Institute of ...
 PIB2 weeks ago What is Yoga Therapy?  Huffington Post22 hours ago Harsh Vardhan inspires IIT students to embrace yoga life  Business Standard2 weeks ago Minister Harsh Vardhan launches physical education centre  Economic Times1 month ago

Graphene microphone and ultrasonic radio [Applied Physical Sciences]

Humans and other animals effectively use acoustic waves to communicate with each other. Ultrasonic acoustic waves are intriguing because they do not interfere with normal voice communication and can be highly directional with long range. Therefore, ...
 PNAS12 hours ago
Huffington Post

Keeping A Secret 'Physically' Weighs You Down, According To Science

Keeping a secret is a bigger burden than you might imagine. In fact, new research suggests that keeping a secret makes you feel weighed down -- literally -- and even limits your ability to get things done. "Spending effort to keep your secret leads you to ...
 Huffington Post2 months ago Has science cracked secret of eternal ...  IOL13 hours ago
Pakistan Observer

Medical treatments benefit from the contribution of accelerator physics and engineering

2015 AACR Annual Meeting April 18-22, 2015 Philadelphia, PA EurekAlert! provides embargoed and breaking science news you can't afford to miss. EurekAlert! offers a one-stop science news distribution service you can trust. EurekAlert! is a ...
 EurekAlert!5 hours ago Nutritional supplement boosts muscle stamina in animal studies  EurekAlert!2 hours ago Down to the quantum dot  EurekAlert!5 hours ago Back to the basics of pattern recognition and machine learning  EurekAlert!5 hours ago
Scientific Computing

Transitioning infrared imaging into clinical use: an interview with Dr Matthew Baker

published about 1 hour ago The CLIRSPEC network is a UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC EP/L012952/1) funded network in clinical infrared and Raman spectroscopy. Infrared and Raman spectroscopy can identify the ...
 NewsOnFeeds.com12 hours ago Advanced Computation Plays Key Role in Accelerating Life Sciences Research  Scientific Computing2 hours ago Scientists develop spectrometer that fits inside smartphones  DNA1 day ago Scientific Research and Development (R&D) Industry, in Physics, Engineering, Life Sciences, Drugs, Telecommunications and Electronics Industry (U.S.): Analytics, Extensive Financial Benchmarks, Metrics and Revenue Forecasts to 2022, NAIC 541710  MarketResearch.com5 days ago
Spaceflight Now

Technical problem pauses Pluto probe's science operations

File photo of the New Horizons control center at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory on Laurel, Maryland. Credit: NASA/JHUAPL NASA's New Horizons space probe, 10 days from a one-shot encounter with enigmatic Pluto, stopped ...
 Spaceflight Now2 days ago New Horizons hiccup won't affect Pluto mission science  New Scientist1 day ago NASA's New Horizons closing in on Pluto despite 'speed bump'  CTV News15 hours ago Spacecraft closing in on Pluto hits speed bump, but rebounds  NewsListOnline20 hours ago
Mother Jones

There Are Things That Erode Public Trust in Science. Primordial Gravity Waves Aren't One of Them.

I had to laugh just a little when I read this last night: Jan Conrad, an astroparticle physicist, claims that "The field has cried wolf too many times and lost credibility," and he worries that false discoveries are undermining public trust in ...
 Mother Jones1 day ago
Indian Express

First time in India: 46th International Physics Olympiad gets under way

Over 400 students from 86 countries are participating in the event being held at Homi Bhabha Centre for Science Education . Scientists on Sunday exhorted young minds to think what they can do for their country. They were speaking at the 46th ...
 Indian Express2 days ago International Physics Olympiad tomorrow  Indian Express3 days ago Companies show interest in hiring pure science students  Deccan Herald4 weeks ago Baku to Host the International Chemistry Olympiad  OnIslam.net9 hours ago

The cells that flock together [Applied Physical Sciences]

Physicists and biologists are teaming up to model the intricate dance of cells in the body. Flesh really does crawl. Crowds of cells can surge forward together, form gyrating swirls and waves, segregate into types, ...
 PNAS6 days ago
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