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Asteroid Sharing Orbital Path With Jupiter Revolves The Giant Plamrt The Wrong Way

Apr 01, 2017 PM EDT NASA alongside researchers from Hawaii and Arizona have discovered a peculiar asteroid sharing its orbital path with Jupiter but in a retrogade orbit.

#MakeWhatsNext campaign by Microsoft

Microsoft Campaign #MakeWhatsNext Inspires More Girls to Pursue STEM

Mar 31, 2017 PM EDT In support of the International Women's Day celebration in March 8, Microsoft launched their #MakeWhatsNext Campaign which aims to encourage more Girls to Pursue careers in STEM.

Blue Origin New Shepard Space Capsule

Amazon's Jeff Bezos: A Sneak Peak Of Blue Origin’s New Shepard Passenger Capsule

Mar 31, 2017 AM EDT Blue Origin and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos released images of the company's New Shepard space capsule last Wednesday. The company touts it has the largest windows in space.

Black Holes is now Used to Locate Dark Matter

Researchers Take Bold Aim at Finding Dark Matter

Mar 31, 2017 AM EDT Gravitational waves from black holes can now be sued to find axions, dark matter's main component.

Genetics And Obesity

Genetics And Obesity: How Some Genes Make People Fat

Mar 30, 2017 AM EDT Scientists have found that around 79 types of obesity are genetically caused and not just because of poor lifestyle habits and inactivity

Stentors are visible even without a microscope

Stentor: Unraveling Its Secrets Might Make Humans Regenerate Like ‘Wolverine’

Mar 30, 2017 AM EDT The single-celled microbe visible without a microscope has fascinating regenerative abilities that is being studied by scientists at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), hoping that one ...

Cancer Cells

Harvard Researchers Make Laser-Fired Tiny Gold Pyramids to Deliver Directly Drugs to Cells

Mar 30, 2017 PM EDT Direct delivery of drugs to cells cannot be done using intravenous injection. However, Harvard SEAS Ph.D candidates designed one that could make this possible without damaging the cells.

Tetris Therapy

XMoving On Becomes Easier By Playing Tetris, Oxford University & Karolinska Institute Reveal

Mar 30, 2017 AM EDT Oxford University and Karolinska Institute recommend playing Tetris to move one from a traumatic experience.

Aerial view of the Namib Desert where fairy circles are located

Indiana University Researchers Examine Namibian Fairy Circles

Mar 30, 2017 AM EDT The fairy circles may have been created due to the scarcity of water in the Namib Desert.

Primate Brain Development

Fruit For Thought:University Study Unveils How A Diet Of Fruits Paved The Evolution Of Our Brains

Mar 30, 2017 AM EDT A new study reports that primates evolved larger brains due to a diet that consisted primarily of fruit.

Five Astronauts Chosen For Future NASA Missions

NASA Selects Astronauts For Future Space Missions [VIDEO]

Mar 30, 2017 AM EDT The mission aims to undertake more complex research activities, which will in turn prepare NASA for the journey to Mars, unearth new markets for research in microgravity and deliver benefits back to ...

How This Quadriplegic Man Can Feed Himself For The First Time In 8 Years

Case Western Reserve University Reveals How To Move Paralytic Arm Using The Mind

Mar 30, 2017 AM EDT A paralyzed man was able to feed himself after eight long years with the help of the brain implant from the Case Western Reserve University.

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