Pterodactyl fossil reconstitution

Researchers discover ancient creature to be able to fly right after...

A recent breakthrough has found that pterodactyl which is an extinct flying reptile which is also known as pterosaurs has been found to have...
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Study reveals everyday technology helps fight loneliness

The research, co-produced by the University of York and the loneliness charity WaveLength, looked at data collected from 445 people over two years and...
Purple sea urchin

New research shows why Noah’s ark would not work

A first of a kind study has illuminated that marine species will survive even though in a world where the temperatures are rising and...
human picornavirus b3

Researchers detect vulnerability in major human viruses

Medical science and research is moving ahead at a huge pace. A new feature in a large class of pathogenic viruses was discovered recently...
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Hitting the snooze button to get some extra sleep may not...

Every morning it is a fight to wake up early for many of us. Whether to snooze the alarm or to sleep for some...
Pitcher Plant

Scientists discover meat eating plants in Canada

Biologists at the University of Guelph have recently discovered a meat-eating pitcher plant in the Ontario's Algonquin Park. A typical pitcher plant feeds only...
Red reporter cells showing the change in edited cells on the right.

Scientists demonstrate genetic editing of stem cells inside the body of...

Researchers have been successful in genetic modification of stem cells inside the body of mice for the first time ever. This feat can unlock...
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Scientists get a grip on sloth family tree

Scientists have solved the evolutionary puzzle of how sloth went from enormous ground-dwelling giants to the small, famously-laidback tree-climbers of the modern day. The study,...
neuron dendrites

Neurons’ “antennae” are unexpectedly active in neural computation

Most neurons have many branching extensions called dendrites that receive input from thousands of other neurons. Dendrites aren’t just passive information-carriers, however. According to...
The two 31,000-year-old milk teeth

DNA from 31,000-year-old milk teeth leads to discovery of new group...

The finding was part of a wider study which also discovered 10,000-year-old human remains in another site in Siberia are genetically related to Native...

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