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SpaceX launches ISS Resupply mission using Reusable Falcon 9 Rocket
Early Human Migration from Africa Could Have Started Much Earlier than Estimates: Research
‘Mermaid Baby’ Dies Four Hours After Birth in Indian Hospital
New Research Links Canola Oil Consumption with Memory Issues in Mice Model
Nearly 60% of People trying Cigarette for First Time turn into Regular Smokers

Many people try cigarettes during teenage just as an experiment but a new study suggests that nearly 60 percent of those turn into regular smokers. Survey results were analyzed by a team of researchers from Queen Mary University of London.

Weight Loss Patch Showcases Impressive Reduction in weight and body fat

Researchers in Singapore have witnessed success in laboratory test with a weight loss patch that converts energy-storing white fat into energy-burning brown fat. The patch delivers medicine using microneedles smaller than a human hair.

August 2017 Solar Eclipse Left Ripples in Ionosphere: Research

The August 2017 Solar Eclipse left waves in our planet’s ionosphere, the ionized section of earth’s upper atmosphere, as per a new research conducted by astronomers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Haystack Observatory and researchers at the University of Tromsø in Norway.

Bulgarian Mystic Baba Vanga’s Predictions for 2018

Bulgarian mystic Baba Vanga made a few predictions and she was having a strong following in the Balkans. As per people who followed the Bulgarian mystic, some of the predictions made by Baba Vanga have come true. Some people have even called her the “Nostradamus from the Balkans”.

SpaceX Rocket Launch Lights up California Sky and some residents thought it was UFO

SpaceX launched Falcon 9 rocket and the launch event was witnessed by many Californians as an amazing light show in the sky. While some people found the images spectacular, some were freaked out as they thought of the rocket as an unidentified flying object (UFO).

Two-Layer Graphene Turns into Strong Material on Impact

Researchers at City University of New York (CUNY) have created diamene, a flexible material using two layers of Graphene. Diamene can become harder than diamond during impact and offers protection even against a bullet, the research team claims.