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Your Cellphone Usage May Reveal Your Brain Dominance

Your Cellphone Usage May Reveal Your Brain Dominance

You’re probably aware of the fact that your gestures and postures, that is your body language, reveals a lot about you. The same goes for your handedness. Recently, researchers at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit have found that to which ear you hold your cell phone may reveal your brain dominance.

By On May 18, 2013 1 Response
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Brain Discerns Grammar Mistakes Even When You Don’t

Brain Discerns Grammar Mistakes Even When You Don’t

A new study at the University of Oregon suggests that our brain is able to discern grammatical mistakes, even when we don’t consciously register them. This revelation can be very significant in devising new ways of learning a given language.

By On May 14, 2013 Respond
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Carbon Dioxide Levels In Atmosphere Reach Record High In 3 Million Years

Carbon Dioxide Levels In Atmosphere Reach Record High In 3 Million Years

Scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has reported on Friday that carbon dioxide, the prime heat trapping gas on Earth, has reached record levels. This amount of carbon dioxide in atmosphere has not been seen in 3 million years.

By On May 11, 2013 1 Response
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New Medical Breakthrough Can Cure Back Pain Without An Operation

New Medical Breakthrough Can Cure Back Pain Without An Operation

Back pain is one of the major medical issues around the globe. A huge portion of populace in all countries around the globe suffer from it in its varying degrees of severity. While acute back pain is conventionally cured with an operation, scientists have now discovered that it can also be possibly cured with the help of antibiotics.

By On May 8, 2013 Respond
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Number Of Cracks In Glass Can Reveal A Bullet’s Velocity, Says Researchers

Number Of Cracks In Glass Can Reveal A Bullet’s Velocity, Says Researchers

Is it possible to measure the speed of an object which it hits by counting the number of cracks? Yes, it is. Cracks in glass can help scientists determine the speed of the object that hit it.

By On May 8, 2013 Respond
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Digital Tattoos And Mind-reading Headphones May Come In Near Future

Digital Tattoos And Mind-reading Headphones May Come In Near Future

Science and technology are deeply inter-related with each other. Although prediction is more of an art than a science, based on science and technology scientists and researchers have been predicting new devices or new technology. In the current world as both the technology and science have advanced tremendously and these two will be advancing continuously, so what new things we may see in near future? According to scientists and researchers, in near future we may see digital tattoos and mind-reading headphones!

By On May 6, 2013 Respond
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Researchers Discovered Fossils Of Baby Dinosaur In China

Researchers Discovered Fossils Of Baby Dinosaur In China

Recently, an international team of researchers have discovered a new dinosaur species located in China. According to the researchers, the dinosaur died before reaching adulthood.

By On May 5, 2013 Respond
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Researchers Working On Printing A 3D Kidney

Researchers Working On Printing A 3D Kidney

Organ transplants are a vital part of medical treatment all around the world. In many cases of major organ failures, these transplants turn out to be the sole hope for the patients. Researchers are now working on printing an actual 3D kidney, an effort which may eventually lead them to ‘create’ organs which could be used for transplants.

By On May 1, 2013 Respond
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Researchers Grow Glowing Plants To Provide Natural Lighting Without Electricity

Researchers Grow Glowing Plants To Provide Natural Lighting Without Electricity

We have already seen sheep that can glow in the dark. We have found a similar story now, only this time it is about glowing plants. A team of researchers has launched a crowdsourcing campaign to grow glowing plants!

By On April 29, 2013 Respond
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Gene Modification Makes Sheep Glow In The Dark

Gene Modification Makes Sheep Glow In The Dark

Have you ever thought that one day you would be reading a news of an animal that can glow in the dark? Yes, it’s true. Nine sheep have born that can glow in the dark!

By On April 28, 2013 Respond
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Higgs Data Casts Doubts On Mainstream Big Bang Theory

Higgs Data Casts Doubts On Mainstream Big Bang Theory

The best thing about scientific discovery is that it is always an evolving, ongoing endeavor. Recently, the European Space Agency’s Planck mission provided very detailed data regarding microwave background which was produced in the aftermath of Big Bang. Combined with LHC’s recent findings, this data may cast doubts on the mainstream theory explaining Big Bang.

By On April 19, 2013 Respond
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Scientists Created Artificial Kidney In Laboratory

Scientists Created Artificial Kidney In Laboratory

Earlier, you might have read some researchers creating artificial nose and heart in lab. This time, we have found another exciting news; some scientists have produced kidneys for rats in laboratory and when the kidneys were transplanted into the rats, they started working fine!

By On April 15, 2013 Respond
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Scientists Believe Green Meteorite Found In Morocco Is From Mercury

Scientists Believe Green Meteorite Found In Morocco Is From Mercury

Few days ago, we read that a meteorite that may reveal the Martian secrets. Now some scientists believe that they might have discovered another meteorite which possibly have come to the Earth from the planet, Mercury.

By On April 1, 2013 Respond
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Human Brain Cells Implanted In Mice Boost Their Learning Ability!

Human Brain Cells Implanted In Mice Boost Their Learning Ability!

Researchers and scientists have always wanted to know how a human brain cell works to increase intelligence? To find the answer to that question, some researchers injected human brain cells into the brains of mice to see how it would affect the mice. Interestingly, researchers found that the mice got smarter and human brain cells implanted in mice boosted their learning ability.

By On March 31, 2013 2 Responses
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After Creating Artificial Nose, Researchers Heading To Make Artificial Heart In Lab

After Creating Artificial Nose, Researchers Heading To Make Artificial Heart In Lab

Along with the developing medical science and technology, medical researchers have already made artificial heart in the laboratory. Now other medical researchers are busy in creating more artificial parts of human body in laboratory. London researcher Alex Seifalian, has made an artificial nose and he expects to transplant it later this year in a man who lost his nose to skin cancer.

By On March 24, 2013 Respond
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