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China's new plan to find 'Earth 2.0 ET'

The Chinese mission statement claimed that the 'transit and the microlensing telescopes will revolutionise our understandings of terrestrial planets across a large swath of orbital distances and…

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Getting at least 7 hours of sleep is good for your heart: American Heart Association

The American Heart Association has recommended that devices like phones should be set to dim mode to ensure the brightness doesn't mess with the body clock and ensure notifications are turned off…

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Ancient alien life is likely buried deep under Mars’ surface: NASA study

According to the experiment, the Rovers will have to dig at least 6.6 feet or more under the surface of Mars to find any traces of life.

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Covid virus fattens body cells to initiate its takeover, says study

The effect of SARS-CoV-2 was studied by these experts on over 400 lipids in two different human cell lines. A massive shift in the lipid levels was witnessed by the scientists. Some fats increased…

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Catch a glimpse of ‘mysterious markings’ on Mars surface. Find out what it is

The polygons form when the water ice, which is frozen in the soil, splits it apart. In spring, the edges of these polygons crack as the surface ice transforms into gas due to sublimation, as per…

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Fossilised remains of humanity's oldest ancestors one million years older than thought

Previously, experts estimated that Mrs Ples and other fossils found at a similar depth of the cave were between 2.1 and 2.6 million years old 

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In a first, ISRO's 'POEM' will remain stable in space and facilitate science experiments

In the 2019 mission, ISRO used the PS4 or final stage of the rocket as an orbital platform to conduct science experiments in space 

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Scientists develop AI that can gauge distress signals of baby chickens

Researchers claim that the AI can correctly pick up distress calls from of baby chicks with 97 per cent accuracy

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Research tells how online searches can predict cases of domestic violence

The study mentions that the scholars previously didn't have reliable data sources to track the phenomenon 

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WATCH | UK medical students train with life-like holographic patients in world-first

Simultaneously, the medical instructors are able to change patient responses, introduce complications and record observations and discussions 

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Fireballs in Thailand's Mekong River: The unexplained phenomena

The mysterious phenomenon appears between late October and early November each year. It has also become a tourist attraction as people gather to witness the "fireball phenomenon"

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Mystery deepens as spacecraft crashes into Moon, creating a double crater

A double-crater formed due to crash of a mystery spacecraft has piqued scientific interest. This crater has been found on the Moon. The eastern crater measures 59 feet (18 metres) across and a…

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Viruses can stay alive in fresh water for three days by attaching to microplastics, says study

The research, which has been published in the journal ‘Environmental Pollution’, is a part of a £1.85m project funded by the Natural Environment Research Council. The study said that microplastics…

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Australia's space economy projected to triple by 2030, sees India as important international partner

Speaking at the event, Mr Michael Costa, Australia's Deputy Consul General to South India said that Australia welcomes Indian space start-up partnerships 

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A chip will detect early signs of heart attack and stroke, says report

A report noted that scientists have developed a chip, that will apparently warn heart and stroke patients of high attack risk 

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