Tuesday, 12 November 2019

Tag Archives: Researchers

Researchers send bacteria for mining rocks in space

LONDON: Other than sending animals and robots up to International Space Station, researchers have also sent bacteria aimed to mine space rocks for future missions. Scientists have recently sent 18 various strains of bacteria to the ISS in order to determine if the mineral-leaching microbes could benefit astronauts mine space ...

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Eat Almond and stay away from fats

Eat almonds and stay away from fats, yes we are not saying this,  it is proved in a research by American specialist that almonds not only make our brain sharp but also help in reducing weight.  After the research the experts of America University said every person to eat 40 ...

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Lovelorn fish turn gloomy when separated: Study

PARIS: The tiny Central American convict cichlid may only be a few centimeters long but it’s a fish with a big heart. Researchers in France found that the tropical fish – known to be a loyal and monogamous partner – suffers from heartache when separated from its lover. Even more ...

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Scientists discover way to turn copper into gold

BEIJING – Alchemists have been struggling for ages to create the legendary philosopher’s stone capable of, among other things, turning base metals into precious ones, and specifically – into gold. Modern day Chinese scientists seem to have finally come close to performing such a transformation. A group of Chinese scientists ...

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Bees with tiny sensor backpacks might replace farm drones

LONDON: Field monitoring can be a difficult task for farmers, for which they have now started using drone technology but that too has limits. Now, researchers might have developed a smarter way by equipping bees with tiny electronic, sensor backpacks. Researchers from the University of Washington have developed sensor backpacks ...

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Mars likely to have enough oxygen to support life

PARIS: Salty water just below the surface of Mars could hold enough oxygen to support the kind of microbial life that emerged and flourished on Earth billions of years ago, researchers reported Monday. In some locations, the amount of oxygen available could even keep alive a primitive, multicellular animal such ...

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Being unsocial may boost your creativity

Everyone needs an occasional break from the social ramble, but sometimes unsociability or distancing yourself from people may help improve creativity, reveals a study. According to researchers from the University at Buffalo in New York, some people withdraw themselves due to non-fearful preferences for solitude. Lead study author Julie Bowker ...

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