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Soyuz Launches to International Space Station for Russian Supply

Soyuz Launches to International Space Station for Russian Supply

A Russian Soyuz mission booster is currently headed for the ISS with 6000 pounds worth of supplies that include water, fuel and...

3 days ago, 5:21am CST

Frogs Smaller than Human Thumbnail have been Discovered in India

Frogs Smaller than Human Thumbnail have been Discovered in India

Four out of seven of the new species are miniature frogs which can comfortably sit on a coin or a thumbnail...

3 days ago, 4:26am CST

India's Only Live Volcano in Barren Island is Active Again

India's Only Live Volcano in Barren Island is Active Again

An island on Indian soil is home to a volcano that just recently became active again....

3 days ago, 4:26am CST

Tully Monster Mystery is Not Yet Solved

Tully Monster Mystery is Not Yet Solved

An ancient marine animal that was monstrous apparently had no spinal cord....

3 days ago, 4:11am CST

Epilepsy linked to Stress based on Results of EpiWatch App

Epilepsy linked to Stress based on Results of EpiWatch App

Stress and lack of proper sleep are the major reasons for seizures in people with epilepsy, a study conducted using an Apple Wa...

3 days ago, 4:08am CST

Brightest, Furthest Pulsar Ever Found in the Universe

Brightest, Furthest Pulsar Ever Found in the Universe

ESA's XMM-Newton discovered the brightest and farthest ever pulsar. A pulsar is actually the spinning remains of a once-ma...

3 days ago, 3:05am CST

Megamovie Project Wants You to Help Scientists Learn About the Solar Eclipse

Megamovie Project Wants You to Help Scientists Learn About the Solar Eclipse

Scientists want public to assist in Eclipse MegaMovie Project...

3 days ago, 2:51am CST

Mars' Moon may be Creating Rings around the Planet

Mars' Moons may be Creating Rings around the Planet

New research suggests that debris from two of the Mars moons might already be building rings around the planet...

3 days ago, 12:41am CST

Alien Particles From Space are Wreaking Havoc on Your Smartphones

Alien Particles From Space are Wreaking Havoc on Your Smartphones

According to the experts, strange surreal particles from outer space are causing issues to arise in personal electronic items....

3 days ago, 12:58pm CST

Child's Obesity could be 35 to 40 Percent Inherited from Parents: Study

Child Obesity could be 35 to 40 Percent Inherited from Parents: Study

More than half of a child's tendency towards obesity is determined by genetics and family environment...

3 days ago, 12:48pm CST

Alien Bugs Could Attack Humans

Alien Bugs Could Attack Humans

Researchers warned that Alien bugs could reach Earth on spacecraft and could hit humans...

3 days ago, 11:15am CST

SpaceX Delays Red Dragon Mars Landing Till 2020

SpaceX Delays Red Dragon Mars Landing Till 2020

Red Dragon, the SpaceX mission to mars delays till 2020...

3 days ago, 10:57am CST

New Stem Cell Transplant May Halt Multiple Sclerosis

New Stem Cell Transplant May Halt Multiple Sclerosis

It is being said that multiple sclerosis may be halted in its tracks thanks to the latest stem cell research....

3 days ago, 10:15am CST

NASA Scientists Want to Redefine Planets

NASA Scientists Want to Redefine Planets

NASA scientists give a new definition to the planet...

3 days ago, 10:06am CST

Satellite Tracking Gives Insight into Basking Shark’s Behavior

Satellite Tracking Gives Insight into Basking Shark’s Behavior

Contrary to the popular belief basking sharks do not hibernate in winters...

3 days ago, 9:30am CST

France Slaughtering 600000 More Ducks due to Bird Flu

France Slaughtering 600000 More Ducks due to Bird Flu

The French as a nation are to slaughter ducks in massive quantities in order to prevent the bird flu virus from spreading in th...

3 days ago, 8:49am CST

Record Number of Manatees Spotted in Florida's Waters

Record Number of Manatees Spotted in Florida's Waters

A recent study found large amounts of manatees off the coast of the State of Florida....

3 days ago, 8:42am CST

Tribes Bury Remains of Ancient One known as Kennewick Man

Tribes Bury Remains of Ancient One known as Kennewick Man

The tribal elders of five Native American people have put the relics of Ancient One or Kennewick Man in their right place....

3 days ago, 8:36am CST

UK Scientists Will Soon could Conduct Medical Experiments in Space

UK Scientists Will Soon could Conduct Medical Experiments in Space

U.K is planning to build spaceports for future satellites’ launches...

4 days ago, 8:01am CST

New Definition of Planets Could Bring Pluto Back

New Definition of Planets Could Bring Pluto Back

Pluto, our moon, and many other celestial bodies could be come planets if the new definition is adopted...

4 days ago, 6:11am CST

Poaching Drives Huge 80% Decline in Elephant Population in Gabon

Poaching Drives Huge 80% Decline in Elephant Population in Gabon

More than 25,000 elephants have been killed in one of Central Africa's largest and most important preserves in the last de...

4 days ago, 1:51am CST

NASA to Reveal new Exciting Exoplanet Discovery this Week

NASA to Reveal new Exciting Exoplanet Discovery this Week

NASA has hinted at discovery of something exciting related to planets that orbit stars other than our sun, known as exoplanets....

4 days ago, 12:45am CST

Hair Havoc No More with Dr. Marder Scalp Therapy

Hair Havoc No More with Dr. Marder Scalp Therapy

Winter weather, and the subsequent use of indoor heat to stay warm, can have an extreme drying effect on the skin—and this most...

4 days ago, 7:30pm CST

Scientists are Ready to Capture the First Ever Image of Black Hole

Scientists are Ready to Capture the First Ever Image of Black Hole

It could take until the beginning of 2018 before we see the first real photo of a black hole...

4 days ago, 2:55pm CST

Scientists Invent Technique to Carry Protein Instructions into a Cell

Scientists Invent Technique to Carry Protein Instructions into a Cell

Researchers at Stanford University have been refining compounds that would carry instructions for assembling the protein that...

4 days ago, 10:45am CST

Giving Up Smartphone may Trigger PTSD Symptoms in Youngsters

Giving Up Smartphone may Trigger PTSD Symptoms in Youngsters

Three of four young adults are likely to exhibit symptoms such as fidgeting and scratching of stress similar to those seen in p...

4 days ago, 10:26am CST

These Six Foods Can Make You Thinner and Younger

These Six Foods Can Make You Thinner and Younger

Here are half a dozen foods for optimum digestion, weight loss and rejuvenation. A good diet is indeed the fountain of youth....

4 days ago, 10:12am CST

Cosmic Rays can Crash your Computer or Mobile Devices

Cosmic Rays can Crash your Computer or Mobile Devices

Alien particles from outer space are wreaking low-grade havoc on your smartphones, computers and other personal electronic devi...

4 days ago, 10:09am CST

Fifth Crop Harvested Aboard the International Space Station

Fifth Crop Harvested Aboard the International Space Station

NASA astronauts will now eat Chinese cabbage...

4 days ago, 10:01am CST

Six UFOs Fly Past the ISS

Six UFOs Fly Past the ISS

Six UFOs appear to fly past ISS, claimed conspiracy theorists....

4 days ago, 9:53am CST

Gluten-free Diet Increases the Risk of Toxic Metal Exposure According to Study

Gluten-free Diet Increases the Risk of Toxic Metal Exposure According to Study

Increased exposure to toxic metals like arsenic and mercury can lead to heart disease, cancer and other neurological problems....

4 days ago, 9:38am CST

New Medical Breakthrough Could Soon Delete Your Bad Memories for Good

New Medical Breakthrough Could Soon Delete Your Bad Memories for Good

It so happens to be the case that the erasure of nasty memories from the human brain may become a reality soon....

5 days ago, 7:41am CST

US Wild Bee Decline Threatens Crop Production

US Wild Bee Decline Threatens Crop Production

The honey bee crisis which is still extant has posed serious questions for US crop yield....

5 days ago, 7:34am CST

Food Additive Found in Everything From Candy, Gum to Bread Could Harm Digestive System

Food Additive Found in Everything From Candy, Gum to Bread Could Harm Digestive System

A common food additive could end up harming the digestive system. This food ingredient is found in many items such as chewing g...

5 days ago, 6:59am CST

Scientists discover cell in retina that responds to light

Scientists discover cell in retina that responds to light

Future research will build on what the team has learned...

5 days ago, 6:40am CST

Russian Scientists Slows Down Aging

Russian Scientists Slows Down Aging

Russian experts have developed a special synthetic compound that can actually retard aging in mice....

5 days ago, 6:07am CST

Sensational tweets more popular than substantive content: Study

Sensational tweets more popular than substantive content: Study

Sensational content have more staying power than substantive posts on the microblogging platform Twitter, says a study.In other...

5 days ago, 5:48am CST

SpaceX Successfully Launches First Rocket from Historic NASA Pad

SpaceX Successfully Launches First Rocket from Historic NASA Pad

SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket will open a New Era for Premier, Multi-user Spaceport...

5 days ago, 5:47am CST

SpaceX successfully launches Dragon capsule from Launch complex 39A

SpaceX successfully launches Dragon capsule from Launch complex 39A

SpaceX was able to successfully land the Falcon 9 first stage...

5 days ago, 5:43am CST

Congo River Fish are Evolving due to Intense Rapids

Congo River Fish are Evolving due to Intense Rapids

In lower Congo, the genetic diversification is happening over extremely small scales, over distances as small as 1.5 kilometers...

5 days ago, 5:41am CST

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