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Controversy Over Claimed Discovery of Oldest Snake With Four Legs

The accidental discovery of a fossil of what looks like a snake with four legs has created ripples among historians and scientists. Named Tetrapodophis amplectus, which in Greek means a “four-footed serpent”, the fossil is believed to have come from Brazil. If the claims of the scientists, who...

Jamaicans To Restore The Dying Coral Coastline Of The Country

The dying coral reefs of Jamaica have pushed the citizens, scientists, executives and common men alike to take initiative into coral restoration project. As per the experts, the collaborative attempt will bring about a positive result soon. Kingston – 23 July 2015 – In order to cope with rapid...

Take a Selfie to Verify Credit Card Purchase: MasterCard

Your latest selfie can be your security password to your credit card if MasterCard has its way. MasterCard has developed a technology for its mobile apps that can transform a selfie form a mere ‘like-it’ picture on social media to a security password for their credit cards. Customers can use a...

A Town for Testing Unmanned Vehicles is Built In the United States

A model city designed for testing of unmanned vehicles has been built on the territory of the University of Michigan. This was reported on the website of TV channel CBS San Francisco. Few blocks built on 13 acres are called Mcity and, in fact, are a combination of typical road intersections with...

S.A.C.N Says Reduce Sugar Intake While Retailers Defend The Present Sugar Balance

The recommendation of S.A.C.N to deduct carbohydrate percentage from regular diet, has meet with opposition from the retailers. Retailers have been forced to “defend” the decision of a report which urges the sugar allowance made by the “British” to reduce into half. Moreover, the report has been...

New Act Proposed in US to Stop Car Hacking

While the car manufacturers seem not so concerned with hackers making the modern modern vehicles vulnerable, to United States senators have taken up the cause for them The Security and Privacy in Your Car Act, abbreviated as the SPY Car Act 2015, proposed by the two senators Ed Markey...

Night Drive on Solar Cells Now a Possibility

Nanowire Makes Possible Compact Solar Fuel Cells Solar powered cars running at night or even on cloudy days can be a reality after all. Scientists discovered a way to create compact fuel cells that use the power of the sun to generate hydrogen. This, according to scientists would help increase the...

New Horizon Reveals Mountains On Pluto – Leading To The Possibilities Of On-Going Geological Activities

The icy planet of solar system, situated at the farthest end of it, which was considered to be a dead object, is not all that dead after all. The recent close-ups of Pluto taken by the spacecraft named New Horizon has shocked the scientists as it showed a mountain range on the surface of Pluto,...

The Advent of High-Tech Exoskeletons

This high-tech suit might not have the features of the Tony Stark in the film series ‘Iron Man’, but it certainly has the ability to enhance the natural abilities. Exoskeleton suits are slowly but surely gaining a foothold in the real world. Many companies are not resorting to the use of...

Molecular fuel catalysts promises higher efficiency for fuel cell technologies

By replacing precious metals with molecular cells, researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison have made a remarkable breakthrough in fuel cell technology. The battery industry has not seen a revolutionary change in the basic way a battery operates until now. Since long have researchers...
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