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Vandals render most e-toilets in city unusable

CCHENNAI: Nearly 40% of the 183 e-toilet units installed in February this year have been vandalised, according to Eram Scientific Solution Pvt Ltd, the Thiruvananthapuram-based firm which installed the units in Chennai. With automatic sensors ... Times of India, 17 minutes ago

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New planet may help Silicon Valley live its cliché

The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own. It's not every day scientists discover a feasibly Earth-like planet at a distance that just might allow a round trip within a human lifetime. That's the ...
 Reuters UK52 minutes ago

Genetic Research Has Been Compromised Because Scientists Suck At Excel

Scientists don't know how to stop the Microsoft program from autoformatting gene names into dates Some of our greatest scientific minds don't know how to use Microsoft Excel, compromising their research and introducing time-consuming errors, ...
 Vocativ2 hours ago
Huffington Post

The Sexist Reason Your Period Cramps Are So Damn Savage

Find out why scientists still haven't found a cure for PMS symptoms like period cramps. Nine in 10 women experience premenstrual syndrome (PMS), and we still haven't found a cure. Why? There's a massive discrepancy when it comes to research on ...
 Huffington Post2 hours ago
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This CNN Meteorologist Was A Climate Change Skeptic, But Now He's A Believer

A CNN meteorologist is speaking out about how he went from questioning climate change to siding with the 97 percent of scientists who acknowledge human activities are warming the planet beyond repair. As I tell my 11-year-old, It's OK to be wrong ...
 Huffington Post2 hours ago Why Brexit is bad news for climate change  catchnews.com2 months ago
United News of India

Businesses spent $341 billion on R&D performed in US in 2014

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 service of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. ...
 EurekAlert!6 minutes ago Focused attention on research is crucial to unearth greater scientific understanding of Homoeopathy: Prez  United News of India3 days ago Pranab suggests 9 sutras to make innovation a way of life  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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Career day drums up interest in science and technology

The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research's (CSIR's) career day, part of the Department of Science and Technology's national science week, garnered significant interest from schoolchildren and undergraduate students, says CSIR human capital ...
 Engineering News27 minutes ago Centre for Cellular and Molecular Biology, NIMS form tie-up  Business Line2 weeks ago CSIR-CFTRI Develops Nutrice Cream  PIB2 weeks ago ‘The Central Institute of Mining and Fuel Research (CSIR-CIMFR), Dhanbad has taken a giant step for ensuring the quality of coal for power generation’, says Dr. Harsh Vardhan.  PIB1 month ago

Five outstanding scientists join the LUNGevity Foundation Scientific Advisory Board

WASHINGTON , Aug. 25, 2016 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- LUNGevity Foundation, the nation's preeminent lung cancer research foundation, today announced five new members of its Scientific Advisory Board, a group of 18 world-renowned scientists and ...
 Minyanville2 hours ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Marathon runner Jaisha in Bengaluru, tests positive for H1N1

Mr Shyam Sunder, Regional Director, SAI, said Jaisha would be admitted to a hospital in the city. Our Senior Scientific Officer is in communication with the hospital. Jaisha will be treated there, he said. Bengaluru: India's sporting talents who ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 hour ago Jaisha tests positive for H1N1  The Hindu2 hours ago Jaisha tests positive for H1NI  The Hindu3 hours ago Rio Olympics Marathon Runner OP Jaisha Tests Positive For Swine Flu  NDTV3 hours ago
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Den of New Zealand's most famous scientist ready for grand opening

The first run-through of the Rutherford's Den education programme in Christchurch has been deemed a success, ahead of the heritage space reopening to the public tomorrow. Rutherford's Den new-age den revealed tomorrow 02:00 The first ...
 ONE News1 hour ago
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