Human Eyes Have In-Built Night Vision: Study

Human Eyes Have In-Built Night Vision- Study

A new study finds human eyes have in-built night vision mode as the retina changes the hardware as well as software of light sensing cells to make comfortable seeing under starlight and moonlight. Earlier it was believed retinal circuits does not change and are programmed for specific tasks. Now it is found the retina reprograms itself for low light More...

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Genetic Expression and Youth Violence
By Paul Linus On Saturday, June 23rd, 2018
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Genetic Expression and Youth Violence

A study of 1100 adolescent boys in grades 7-12 makes a direct link between genetic variations and teen delinquency. Examining three gene variations affecting neurotransmitters in the brain that regulate behaviour More...

AI Could End Human Race - Stephen Hawking
By Paul Linus On Wednesday, March 14th, 2018
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AI Could End Human Race: Stephen Hawking

Artificial intelligence (AI) could end human race, said cosmology’s brightest star Stephen Hawking, who died today at the age of 76 in his home in Cambridge, England, leaving three children. The eminent astrophysicist More...

Starlink Satellites Launched; SpaceX Hopes Providing Broadband Internet Worldwide By 2024
By Paul Linus On Thursday, February 22nd, 2018
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Starlink Satellites Launched; SpaceX Hopes Providing Broadband Internet Worldwide By 2024

Probably by the year 2024 we all will be able to get the access of worldwide internet broadband, if believed to SpaceX, the rocket company which successfully launched two test satellites for Starlink little while More...

Is Mercury's Magnetic Field Very Old
By Paul Linus On Thursday, November 23rd, 2017
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Is Mercury’s Magnetic Field Very Old

In one of the studies of NASA from its Messenger spacecraft earlier it was revealed the closest planet of our solar system to sun has very old magnetic field. In 2015 the Messenger encountered a devastating crash, More...

Cape Verde Volcano Set Off 800 Ft. Mega-Tsunami 73,000 Yrs Ago- Study
By Paul Linus On Thursday, October 19th, 2017
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Cape Verde Volcano Set Off 800 Ft. Mega-Tsunami 73,000 Yrs Ago: Study

It is well known oceanic volcanoes pose major tsunami threat to coastal regions, but could it set off 800 feet waves is something of concern for scientists. Scientists have uncovered evidence of a massive tsunami More...

US Athletes Using Brain Stimulation Technology At Rio
By Paul Linus On Sunday, August 7th, 2016
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US Athletes Using Brain Stimulation Technology At Rio

The Rio 2016 Olympic Games has begun and athletes are competing for Gold, Silver and Bronze in different sports. To win the medals it is reported a number of athletes are using an unconventional technology which More...

Toyota Developing Wheelchair That Can Climb Stairs
By Paul Linus On Sunday, May 22nd, 2016
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Toyota Developing Wheelchair That Can Climb Stairs

Can a wheelchair climb a stair? Of course yes if you remember Dean Kamen’s iBot wheelchair, which is designed with unique adjustable wheel orientation to help the device climb and stand upright. The Dean Kamen’s More...

Google Brings Science Journal App For Budding Scientists On Android
By Paul Linus On Saturday, May 21st, 2016
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Google Brings Science Journal App For Budding Scientists On Android

Now budding scientists too got an official Google app. It is called Science Journal. It aims to bring out the inner scientists in all of us. Announcing in a blog post, the search giant said the Science Journal Android More...

PROTECT YOUR INVENTION
By Sameer Goel On Saturday, May 21st, 2016
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How to Protect Your Invention – The Process

The world is full of inventions and each invention solves a problem. An invention is a unique or novel device, method, composition or process. An invention can serve many purposes. An invention, or a further-developed More...