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Early humans lived in Indonesian rainforests 70,000 years ago
Jakarta, Aug 10 (IANS) A team of researchers announced on Thursday that early humans were living in the rainforests of Indonesia over 70,000 years ago   Read More..
Australian scientists make breakthrough over miscarriage prevention
Sydney, Aug 10 (IANS) Australian researchers have discovered a dietary supplement which can prevent miscarriages, and many different types of birth de   Read More..
Cassini set to embark on final five orbits around Saturn
The spacecraft's point of closest approach to Saturn during these passes will be between about 1,630 and 1,710 kilometres above Saturn's cloud tops.   Read More..
Now water used as propellant for tiny satellites
Bengaluru, Aug 10 (IANS) Engineers at Purdue University in the US have designed and tested a micropropulsion system that uses liquid water as the prop   Read More..
India's women geologists are rocking it (Gender Feature)
Kolkata, Aug 10 (IANS) A hammer and compass in hand, India's women geologists are literally rocking it. Notwithstanding the dangers of remote environm   Read More..
China uses a quantum satellite to transmit potentially unhackable data
Quantum key technology is used in quantum communications to make eavesdropping impossible and to perfectly secure the communication.   Read More..
India to launch spare navigation satellite August-end
Bengaluru, Aug 10 (IANS) India will launch its eighth navigation satellite this month-end as a spare or back-up for its constellation in the geo-orbit   Read More..
New technique to make heat pass through plastic
Chicago, Aug 11 (IANS) Researchers in materials science and mechanical engineering at the University of Michigan (UM) have developed a new technique t   Read More..
Curiosity sends 'most clearly visible' images of Martian clouds
Washington, Aug 11 (IANS) NASA's Curiosity rover has sent "the most clearly visible" images of Martian clouds that resemble Earth's ice-crystal cirrus   Read More..
How did dinosaurs 'proto fly'? Possibly like this
Tiny parrotlets take wing like Archaeopteryx might have, and how future robots still could More at https://www.nsf.go   Read More..
World Environment Day: What does the future hold for Earth's ecosystems?
From coast to coast, signs of pressure -- and of hope More at   Read More..
World Oceans Day: Marine diseases hidden beneath the waves incur high economic, ecological costs
Researchers work to better understand neglected field of marine infectious diseases More at   Read More..
World Oceans Day: How do snook survive cold spells in Everglades waters? By heading for the depths
An animal's location at any given moment could be the difference between life and death More at   Read More..
Corn better used as food than biofuel, study finds
Scientists obtain comprehensive view of agricultural ecosystems More at   Read More..
Light-scattering tool peers into pancreas to find cancer
NSF-funded basic research leads to technique that could identify potentially cancerous cells with greater accuracy More at    Read More..
Study reveals America's most flood-vulnerable communities
Inland flood zones often overlooked, leading to need for more risk awareness More at   Read More..
Q&A: Robert Hazen on studying 'deep carbon'
Finding out what's happening below Earth's surface requires multidisciplinary collaboration More at https://www.nsf.g   Read More..
Video: Biologist Sean B. Carroll on ecosystem resilience
Nature can recover from damage, and some species can have 'cascading effects' on others More at   Read More..
Can an ancient ocean shoreline set the stage for a tropical forest of today?
Researchers at NSF Critical Zone Observatory and Long-Term Ecological Research sites are finding out. More at https:/   Read More..
The Rhythms of Sign Language
Brain activity in the visual cortex aligns to rhythms of hands in sign language, new research shows More at https://w   Read More..
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