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How Technology Could Possibly Be The Best Future Investment

It only took two decades for the world to have a superior communications technology that is cost-effective and powerful. The internet is the epicentre of all communication activities, and according to technology experts, it has opened a wide range of information and development for further technological studies. For businessmen, this is probably the best time [...]

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India’s Government Cuts on Science Causes Great Protest


India’s Eminent Scientist CNR Rao said that he was frustrated with the great cuts the Indian government had allocated for science and research in the country. He called politicians “idiots” for the lower research grants. He spoke about policymakers in his residence at the Indian Institute of Science. The cuts in funding had been approved [...]

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Dogs Could Possibly Tell More About Owner’s Health

A dog’s physical and emotional dependence on their owner is likely a good sign about the entire well-being of the owner’s health. The obvious signs of irregular feeding schedule, less walks and play, and general unhappy behaviour could mean the owner needs help. In the UK, scientists have begun to study dog behaviour by use [...]

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iGene’s Digital Autopsy Services Show Great Potential

Instead of severing corpses physically, a less messier and more convenient way for investigators and authorities to investigate corpses would be through scanners and computers. In Singapore, Malaysian businessman Matt Chandran sees the wave of technology as a tool to speed up the justice system of any country. Chandran is confident in digital autopsy, which [...]

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From 1988 to 2013: The Predictions That Came True

The Los Angeles Times Magazine published an article about their outlook of LA’s future by the year 2013. A renowned professor of USC, Jerry Lockenour is using the articles of the periodical dated in 1988 to teach in a graduate engineering class. The magazine issue, which was labelled a “special report” by Nicole Yorkin of [...]

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Dennis Tito Unveils Plans for Private Mars Voyage Today

Dennis Tito, an American businessman who visited the International Space Station as one of the few “Space Tourists” in the world, will unveil his plans for a Mars Voyage care of his Inspiration Mars Foundation. His press conference, which would be held at the Washington, D.C.’s national Press Club today, will include the businessman, the [...]

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Scotch-Tape The New Smart Material for Capturing Bacteria


Doctoral student Manuel Ochoa of Purdue university found another good use for the scotch tape instead of just having paper and gift-wrapping stick properly; he finds the scotch tape useful for getting bacteria and pollen samples. An experiment was performed by a team of researchers using the scotch tape, which reveals it to make a [...]

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Flickering Advanced Stone Age Technologies Show Historical Modern Human Evolution


Researchers working at the south coast of South Africa uncovered evidence for an advanced stone age technology that is around 71,000 years old at Pinnacle Point near the Mossel Bay. The weapon’s development allowed projectiles to be catapulted at great distance with minimal danger and greater killing power. More than the development of the weapon, [...]

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Science and Existence: What Mars Curiosity’s Success Might Mean to Humanity


The science community has made a great feat this year by landing the Mars Curiosity rover successfully into Martian soil. Curiosity is a rover designed to collect samples, observe the climate in Mars and try to find microbiological life forms in the planet, if any. Recently, it has sent images of the Martian terrain as [...]

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The Emerging Possibilities for Light Propulsion


The success of NASA’s Curiosity Rover stunned the entire world after using unmanned means of delivering the exploration rover into the planet Mars unattended for 8 months. While unmanned delivery of robots on the planet was achieved before, carrying a larger load, in the form of the Curiosity Rover, meant utilization of new technologies. One [...]

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