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A step closer to making Hydrogen Fuel

Making hydrogen fuel has got a little bit of easier. This may lead to production of hydrogen fuel that will be all clean and will be used to run cars and power generators.

16 November 2012
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A step closer to making Hydrogen Fuel

Titan is the world's most powerful supercomputer ever

A computer named Titan, is about 10 times more faster and powerful than the lab machine, has claimed the title of the world's most powerful supercomputer. This supercomputer uses microchips more usually used for video gaming to crunch numbers for climatic studies.

13 November 2012
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Titan is the world's most powerful supercomputer ever

A planet called Super Earth maybe habitable nearby

A planet named the Super Earth has been discovered by an international team of astronomers that is Earth like planet that might be suitable for life to survive.

08 November 2012
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A planet called Super Earth maybe habitable nearby

ISS crew lifts off successfully

A space rocket named Soyuz has successfully launched a Russian-US crew to the International Space Station. It is expected that the craft will dock with the Station in two days. The craft successfully blasted at 2:51pm Moscow time from Baikonur Space Center in Kazakhistan.

23 October 2012
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ISS crew lifts off successfully

Haroche, Wineland awarded a Noble prize in Physics

Recently two scientists cited by the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences on Tuesday for a ground breaking experimental methods that enable measuring and manipulation of individual quantum systems.

09 October 2012
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Haroche, Wineland awarded a Noble prize in Physics

An intact carcass of 300k year old woolly mammoth founded by a Russian kid

A Russian kid 11 year old came across something that hadn't been seen in more than 100 years while just exploring his neighborhood a nearly intact woolly mammoth.

05 October 2012
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An intact carcass of 300k year old woolly mammoth founded by a Russian kid

Synthesis of element 113 claimed by Japanese scientists

This Wednesday a group of Japanese scientists announced that they have finally synthesized the elusive element 113 named ununtrium. Its for the first time that Japanese scientists have been able to synthesize an element of periodic table.

28 September 2012
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Synthesis of element 113 claimed by Japanese scientists

New technology of converting waste heat to electricity by a thermoelectric material

Recently, scientists have found out a way to convert waste heat to electricity by some sort of a thermoelectric material which is said to be the best in the world. This material could signify a paradigm shift, as inefficiency of current thermoelectric materials has limited their commercial use.

20 September 2012
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New technology of converting waste heat to electricity by a thermoelectric material

Zambia's efforts for ozone layer recognized by ZEMA

Zambia's efforts on protecting the ozone layer have been recognized by the Zambia Environmental Management Agency(ZEMA). The ozone layer that is located in the stratosphere filters out all the harmful sun rays before they can reach the Earth.

17 September 2012
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Zambia's efforts for ozone layer recognized by ZEMA

Astronauts take another chance to fix up the power unit of space station

Astronauts with some brushes and other homemade equipment's attempted to install a power switching unit and ran through a problem due to which the amount of electrical power was cut off and they had to turn it off.

05 September 2012
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Astronauts take another chance to fix up the power unit of space station