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Nine in 10 people would kill one to save more lives: Study

Would you choose to kill someone to save the lives of several others? Well, nine out of 10 people say "yes", a new study has found. In the morality study by researchers from the Michigan State......

Leaked video suggests 'God Particle' was found

As the world eagerly waits for an announcement on the finding of elusive Higgs boson particle, a leaked video suggests that the scientists have indeed found evidence for a new particle, possibly......

The earth is heading towards a point of NO RETURN

Rising populations are driving the earth towards a catastrophic breakdown where species we depend on would die out, an international team of scientists has claimed, blaming the crisis on over use......

Oceans get warmer as climate change WORSENS

It is believed that global warming is quite a recent phenomenon, but a new study has suggested that the world's oceans began warming more than 100 years ago, much earlier than previously believed.......

Fukushima radiation tracked 600km away

Scientists have found radioactive material from the crippled Fukushima nuclear reactor in tiny sea creatures and ocean water some 600 km off the coast of Japan, revealing the extent of the release......

Lost gold city may be hiding in Honduras rain forest

Archaeologists have discovered ruins of an ancient civilisation that may belong to the lost golden city of Ciudad Blanca -- a never-confirmed legendary metropolis -- hidden in the Honduran rain......

Smell tracking robots to help in environmental spills

Emulating the scent-tracking behaviour of a silkmoth could help scientists develop robots that are able to sense environmental spills and leaks by smell.Researchers put a silkmoth in the driver's......

Facebook posts more memorable than faces

People are much more likely to remember 'spontaneous' Facebook posts than human faces and text from books, according to a new study."Facebook is updated roughly 30 million times an hour so it's......

Why do top bosses feel lonely?

It's lonely at the top, and your boss may be knowing it better than you, says a new study which has found that high-ranking positions are often accompanied by isolation. The CEO Snapshot Survey......

Want a stress-free vacation? Stay away from email!

A small trip to a hill station or a beach may help you unwind, but a new study has suggested all that you really need to destress yourself is to take a break from your email. Researchers from......
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Lionfish have invaded the Mediterranean - here's why it matters

A lionfish (Pterois miles) The Mediterranean is being invaded by a new alien species: the lionfish. According to a new study, published in... ...

http://www.businessinsider.in/Lionfish-have-invaded-the-Mediterranean-heres-why-it-matters/articleshow/52974729.cms
Brain tumour risk linked to higher education

Researchers found that women who completed at least three years of university courses were 23 per cent more likely to develop a type of cancerous... ...

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/lifestyle/health-and-wellbeing/260616/brain-tumour-risk-linked-to-higher-education.html
Centuries-Old Shipwreck Recreated with 3D Printing

The seabed holds some fascinating historical secrets, but unlike monuments on land, they’re largely hidden from view. Now, archaeologists in the... ...

http://www.msn.com/en-in/news/techandscience/centuries-old-shipwreck-recreated-with-3d-printing/ar-AAhecO4?srcref=rss
Mysterious Earthen Mounds Discovered in Ancient Cambodian Cities

Using airborne laser-scanning equipment, archaeologists have discovered vast fields of dome-shaped earthen mounds, arranged into gridded patterns,... ...

http://www.msn.com/en-in/news/techandscience/mysterious-earthen-mounds-discovered-in-ancient-cambodian-cities/ar-AAh7j0u?srcref=rss
The size of your glass affects your drink

A larger glass of wine — not the amount in the glass, but the size of the glassware itself — might make you drink more. In a new study,... ...

http://www.deccanchronicle.com/lifestyle/viral-and-trending/190616/the-size-of-your-glass-affects-your-drink.html

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